Aldi have made a name for themselves with their beauty duping, where they create copies of higher end products. One of the more impressive Aldi launches is the Aldi Overnight Repair Concentrate, which looks like a very promising Aldi Kiehls Midnight Recovery Concentrate dupe.
The Kiehls Midnight Recovery Concentrate is a eye watering £40, whereas the Aldi Overnight Repair Concentrate is just £4.99 which is incredible.
What is the Kiehls Midnight Recovery Concentrate?
A replenishing nighttime facial oil with distilled botanicals that visibly restores the appearance of skin by morning. Midnight Recovery Concentrate replenishes skin as you sleep, supplementing its natural overnight recovery process, to reveal a rested and restored appearance by morning.
What is the Aldi Overnight Repair Concentrate?
Perfect for dry skin, put this gorgeous Lacura Overnight Repair Oil on before bed and the hard work will be done whilst you sleep! Curated with a concentrate of essential oils and botanicals, this oil helps reduce fine lines and regenerates skin.
- Repair the appearance of skin by morning
- Concentrate of essential oils and botanicals
- Helps reduce fine lines and regenerates skin
- Ideal for dry skin
- Contains Rosehip, Jojoba, Hemp and Chia oils
From the claims, this really does sound like an Aldi Kiehls Midnight Recovery Concentrate and the packaging is very similar. Both products have a dark blue glass bottle, with a pipette dispenser, and they both contain 30ml of product.
The original Kiehls version has a lavender scent, but the Aldi Kiehls Midnight Recovery Concentrate dupe is said to have a rose scent which is something that’s sligthly different.
There are some amazing reviews of this serum, and for under £5 it’s incredible so it’s well worth a try if you have wanted to try the Kiehls version for a long time. It’s available both on the Aldi website, and also instore too.
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