Rose Always Works A Charm | Aldi Lacura Vitamin C Hot Cloth Cleanser, Rose Tonic & Rose Facial Oil

I absolutely love the Aldi Lacura Q10 Renew Anti-Wrinkle Skincare range, but with most of their range being limited edition, it’s been incredibly hard to get my Hands on any more of the range. That’s why when I saw that they had released a Vitamin C Hot Cloth Cleanser, a Rose Tonic, and a Rose Facial Oil whilst I was out Shopping a couple of weeks ago, I obviously had to pick them up. Well i’ve been using them for a little while now, and I thought that I would tell you what I thought of them.

Here’s what Aldi say about all three amazing products.

The Aldi Lacura Vitamin C Hot Cloth Cleanser.

This new Hot Cloth Cleanser with Vitamin C helps to visibly brighten and awaken Skin.

From the sell out Hot Cloth range, this new Hot Cloth Cleanser with Vitamin C helps to visibly brighten and awaken Skin. The perfect pick me up after a long day. Awaken dull and grey Skin with a quick treatment from this Cleanser and watch the compliments roll in.

Accessories included.

  • Muslin Cloth.

Features.

  • Visibly brightens and awakens Skin.
  • Gently cleanses and exfoliates.
  • Leaves Skin looking and feeling refreshed.
  • For all Skin types.
  • Dermatologically tested.
  • Vegan.
  • With Vitamin C, Cocoa Butter, Vitamin E and Thyme Oil.

The Aldi Lacura Rose Tonic.

Remove impurities and brighten Skin with this Lacura Rose Tonic.

This lovely Lacura Rose Tonic is the perfect simple way to brighten your complexion. Smooth over Face morning and evening to remove impurities and leave Skin feeling soft and smooth.

Features.

  • Dermatologically tested.
  • Moisturising and calming.
  • With Hyaluronic Acid, Rose & Elderflower.
  • Suitable for sensitive Skin.

The Aldi Lacura Rose Facial Oil.

An intensely moisturising Oil suitable for sensitive Skin.

Treat your Beauty Regime to a little extra luxury with the Lacura Rose Facial Oil. A perfect way to moisturise sensitive Skin, this delicate Oil will leave you smelling and feeling incredible.

Features.

  • Intensely moisturising Oil.
  • Leaves Skin feeling soft and smooth.
  • Suitable for sensitive Skin.
A tall conical bright orange plastic tube with a bright white lid that has Aldi Lacura Vitamin C Hot Cloth Cleanser written in bold white writing on it next to a tall bright orange cardboard box that has Aldi Lacura Vitamin C Hot Cloth Cleanser written in bold white writing on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Aldi Lacura Vitamin C Hot Cloth Cleanser.

The Aldi Lacura Vitamin C Hot Cloth Cleanser.

It’s scent.

I really liked it’s scent, as even though it contained Cocoa Seed Butter, Glycerin, Ascorbyl Palmitate, and Thyme Oil, I thought that it had a delicious fresh and zesty yet ever so slightly grassy Mandarin scent to it that kind of reminded me of freshly squeezed Mandarin Juice.

It’s consistency.

I really liked it’s consistency, as even though it was called a Hot Cloth Cleanser, I thought that it felt incredibly thick and creamy yet ever so slightly balmy, and was more like an incredibly thick and creamy yet ever so slightly balmy Night Cream rather than a thin and creamy Hot Cloth Cleanser.

What it did when I used it.

I really liked what this did when I used it, as once I had started to massage a little bit of it into my Skin, it turned from an incredibly thick and creamy yet ever so slightly balmy Night Cream into a thin and creamy Hot Cloth Cleanser that spread really easily across my Face, and then when I had started to add a little bit of Water to it, it also turned into a thin and creamy Facial Milk that was really easy to remove.

It’s results.

I absolutely loved it’s results, as not only did this leave my Skin feeling incredibly squeaky clean, silky soft, smooth and intensely moisturised, but it also left it looking extremely glowing, radiant and a little bit brighter for at least ten minutes after I had used it.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a tall cylindrical Plastic Tube with a clickable Lid that looked beautiful sat on my Beauty Shelves.

A tall cylindrical clear plastic bottle full of some translucent pink liquid with a bright green lid that has Aldi Lacura Rose Tonic written in bold black writing on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Aldi Lacura Rose Tonic.

The Aldi Lacura Rose Tonic.

It’s scent.

I really liked it’s scent, as even though it contained Damask Rose Flower Water, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Elderflower Water, Glycerin, and Sodium Hyaluronate, I thought that it had a very overpowering fresh and floral yet ever so slightly synthetic Rose scent to it that kind of reminded me of if someone had poured an entire Bucket of Water over a massive Bouquet of Roses.

It’s consistency.

I really liked it’s consistency, as even though it was called a Tonic, I thought that it felt incredibly thin and watery yet ever so slightly balmy, and was more like an incredibly thin and watery yet ever so slightly balmy Micellar Water rather than a thin and watery Tonic.

What it did when I used it.

I really liked what this did when I used it, as once I had poured some on to a Cotton Wool Round and had swiped it across my Face, it turned from an incredibly thin and watery yet ever so slightly balmy Micellar Water into a thin and watery Tonic that set within a matter of seconds.

It’s results.

I really liked it’s results, as not only did this leave my Skin feeling incredibly silky soft, squeaky clean, smooth and intensely hydrated, but it also left it looking extremely glowing and radiant for at least ten minutes after I had used it.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a tall cylindrical Plastic Bottle with a screw top Lid that looked beautiful sat on my Beauty Shelves.

A short cylindrical bright pink glass bottle with a bright pink pipette lid that has Aldi Lacura Rose Facial Oil written in bold gold writing on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Aldi Lacura Rose Facial Oil.

The Aldi Lacura Rose Facial Oil.

It’s scent.

I really liked it’s scent, as even though it contained Sweet Almond Oil, Jojoba Seed Oil, Pomegranate Seed Oil, Rosehip Fruit Oil, Sweet Orange Peel Extract, Rose Geranium Oil, and Damask Rose Oil, I thought that it had a delicious fresh and floral yet ever so slightly zesty Rose scent to it that kind of reminded me of walking through a Rose Garden on a hot Summer’s Day.

Its consistency.

I absolutely loved it’s consistency, as even though it was called a Facial Oil, I thought that it felt incredibly thick and oily yet ever so slightly creamy, and was more like a thick and oily yet ever so slightly creamy Oil in Cream Moisturiser rather than a thick and greasy Facial Oil.

What it did when I used it.

I really liked what this did when I used it, as once I had started to massage a little bit of it into my Skin, it turned from an incredibly thick and oily yet ever so slightly creamy Oil in Cream Moisturiser into a thick and oily yet ever so slightly balmy Facial Oil that sank into my Skin within a matter of seconds. I however wasn’t a massive fan of that it took a very long time to eventually set though, but as I always used it at Night it wasn’t really that big of a deal.

It’s results.

I absolutely loved it’s results, as not only did this leave my Skin feeling incredibly silky soft, smooth, bouncy, hydrated and intensely moisturised, but it also left it looking extremely glowing and radiant for at least an entire day after I had used it.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a short cylindrical Glass Bottle with a Rubber Pipette Lid that looked beautiful sat on my Beauty Shelves.

My overall thoughts.

Overall I would have to rate the Aldi Lacura Vitamin C Hot Cloth Cleanser an eight point five out of ten, the Aldi Lacura Rose Tonic a nine out of ten, and the Aldi Lacura Rose Facial Oil a nine point five out of ten. I really liked the Aldi Lacura Vitamin C Hot Cloth Cleanser, as I absolutely loved it’s delicious fresh and zesty yet ever so slightly grassy Mandarin scent, it’s consistency, what it did when I used it, it’s results, and it’s packaging, but I just wish that it was a little bit easier to get hold of. I really liked the Aldi Lacura Rose Tonic, as I absolutely loved it’s very overpowering fresh and floral yet ever so slightly synthetic Rose scent, it’s consistency, what it did when I used it, it’s results, and it’s packaging, but I just wish that it’s scent wasn’t so overpowering. I really liked the Aldi Lacura Rose Facial Oil, as I absolutely loved it’s delicious fresh and floral yet ever so slightly zesty Rose scent, it’s consistency, what it did when I used it, it’s results, and it’s packaging, but I just wish that it was a little bit easier to get hold of.

If you would like to check out any of the Aldi Lacura Skincare range for yourselves, then you can either pop into your local Aldi store, or you can find it online here.

Have you checked out any of the Aldi Lacura Skincare range yet? What did you think of it? What’s some of your favourite Budget Skincare? Please let me know down below.

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Luke x

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