Five Great Supermarket Beauty Dupes To Save Money in 2023


Good Morning Lovelies, 

Recently, I have been trying to look after myself a lot more. To try and be a bit more gentle. Due to my ED, I don’t love my body at all. But it doesn’t mean that I don’t appreciate it and that I don’t want to look after it! 

However, it can be expensive! Honestly, I look at make up and beauty items, often wondering how they cost so much. Yet, they don’t have to lovelies, because there are so many amazing dupes out there! 

From local supermarket finds to own store beauty finds, I use lots of unbranded items and they do just as much work as other items. Therefore, I wanted to share some of my best finds with you all. Including…

Aldi Apricot Exfoliating Face Scrub, 99p: A relatively new find, this is just like the St Ives scrub but at a fraction of the cost. Unlike the St Ives one though, it has a really nice smell and I actually think it makes my skin softer than the more expensive buy. You don’t need much each time you use it either to make a difference.

Morrisons Kids 2 In 1 Strawberry Shampoo & Conditioner, £1: Due to having really fine hair, I find that using children’s shampoo and condition works better on my hair. This is just like the L’Oreal one, with a gorgeous fresh smell that lasts. It doesn’t leave your hair feeling weighed down and gives a super soft finish. 

Aldi Lacura Coconut & Shea Butter Shower Gel, 55p: I adore anything coconut. It brings summer into my home all year round. The best thing about this is that you can get three bottles of the stuff, which lingers on your skin for ages, given off a super fresh smell, for the price of just one Tropical Source bottle. It lasts for ages, with very little needed to create a lot of suds. I always buy a bottle of this when I need a real shower pamper!

Asda Q10 Radiance Night Cream, £1.50: I don’t use this every night, as sometimes I like to let my skin just breathe, but when I do I find I wake up with super soft skin. It has completely removed the little bit of dry skin I got during winter and saved my face for summer. I’ve paid a lot before for night creams, yet I always find myself coming back to this one.

Aldi Lacura Cotton Women's Roll On, 75p: I decided to stop using aerosols a while ago and this was the deodorant I found because of it. Not sticky or too runny, it rolls on and lasts. From super hot conditions to freezing winters, yours armpits will thank you for this beauty that costs less than its Sure counterpart!

What products do you use that cost very little? Let me know! I find that there are so many great low cost options that make a huge difference! 

Joey X

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