Aldi is selling an £8.99 dupe for FOREO’s £139 cult cleansing gadget - The Mirror

Summary

One Aldi shopper said the vibrating facial cleanser is "just as good as the expensive ones"

When it comes to dupes of luxury beauty products, Aldi's bargain offerings are hard to beat. Whether you're after a dupe of Jo Malone's iconic candle range or Liz Earle's Hot Cloth Cleanser, the supermarket giant has got it all covered, but without the expensive price tag.

One Aldi shopper said the vibrating facial cleanser is "just as good as the expensive ones"

When it comes to dupes of luxury beauty products, Aldi's bargain offerings are hard to beat. Whether you're after a dupe of Jo Malone's iconic candle range or Liz Earle's Hot Cloth Cleanser, the supermarket giant has got it all covered, but without the expensive price tag.

And skincare fans will be pleased to hear that Aldi is doing an incredible dupe for FOREO’s much-loved range of cleansing gadgets. The FOREO cleansing brushes feature tiny silicone bristles that vibrate to provide a gentle yet deep cleanse, helping to remove impurities for a clear complexion.

They're pretty expensive, though, with prices for the FOREO LUNA starting from £79 and going up to £139.

However, Aldi's much more affordable 'Skin Facial Cleanser' will cost you only £8.99 - a saving of more than £130. Great or what?

Aldi Sensitive Skin Facial Cleanser, £8.99 (was £11.99) Aldi Sensitive Skin Facial Cleanser, £8.99 (was £11.99) This vibrating facial device is specially designed for sensitive skin, featuring one side designed for cleansing and another side for massaging. The silicone-based cleanser has 14 different intensity levels you can choose from depending on your preference. A great dupe for Foreo's Luna Mini 3. From £ 8.99 Aldi View deal

Many shoppers have been raving about the bargain cleansing device online and some claim it's just as good as pricey versions.

There are two devices to choose from in Aldi’s range, with one designed for sensitive skin and the other for normal skin. The water-resistant device delivers 14 different intensity levels to thoroughly remove dirt, oils and make-up and boost blood circulation.

Usually £11.99, the clever products have been reduced to £8.99 in the supermarket's sale - saving shoppers 25%.

The Aldi FOREO dupes are currently available online, but be quick if you want to get your hands on one, as they're likely to sell out soon.

Calling it "easy to use" in a five-star review, one person was super impressed at the gadget's cleansing abilities. "This is so easy to use and does a great job at cleaning the face," the shopper said.

"The different sides and part for the nose are great at getting into the grooves".

Another person said: "Have been using this for over a week now & I love it! Leaves my face so smooth. Its easy to charge, easy to use, easy to clean. Can't believe the price of this compared to more expensive brands."

While a third penned: "This is a brilliant product and it is excellent value for money I’m so glad Aldi had this as it stopped me buying a much dearer one from elsewhere, honestly this product is fantastic. Well done Aldi!!!"

Aldi is selling an £8.99 dupe for FOREO’s £139 cult cleansing gadget - The Mirror
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