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Shoppers are scrambling to get their hands on Aldi’s Drunk Elephant dupes on offer for just £2.99 | The Sun

ALDI shoppers are desperate to snap up the retailer’s dupe products of popular skincare brand Drunk Elephant, starting at just £2.99.

The chain is known for its brilliant copycat ranges of beauty favourites from the likes of Olaplex, Liz Earle and Pixi. 


But fans of Aldi are currently obsessed with their dupes of Drunk Elephant that are even cheaper than usual. 

An Aldi shopper on TikTok shared the three skincare bits she managed to pick up in her local store. 

TikTok user @monapreppy was delighted to get her hands on Aldi’s own brand Lacura’s Multi-Peptide Moisturiser, as well as the Pineapple Microdermabrasion Scrub and Exfoliating Glycolic Treatment.

Mona told shoppers the much-loved dupe products are currently on offer. 

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Asked about the price of the Multi-Peptide Moisturiser, she said: “Mine was one offer for £2.99 but they’re normally £6.99.”

This is regarded by fans as a dupe of the Drunk Elephant protini polypeptide cream, on the other hand, is a whopping £82. 

Saving you a huge £79.01, this intensely moisturising cream will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth, for a bargain price. 

Not only this but it also helps to keep skin plump, smooth and soft and improves the appearance of skin tone, texture and elasticity. 

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The whole range is currently on offer in Aldi, with around a third off of all the products. 

The Pineapple based product has some similar qualities to Drunk Elephant’s B-Hydra Serum, which is priced at £42.

They both use the fruit as one of their core ingredients. 

She confirmed the products were genuinely good, responding with her top pick to a viewer: “Yeah! Especially the moisturiser.”

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Fans in the comments shared how keen they were to get their hands on the products themselves. 

One person said: “Omg u was just in Aldi I wish I see this vid before I went!”

Another replied: “I’ll go get some soon.”

“I literally said the other day they will come out with something like that,” someone else shared. 

Mona helped viewers out further by telling them she’d bought the products in an Aldi store on the Welsh border. 

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