Aldi's new tanning range rivals Isle of Paradise with budget-friendly prices starting at £3

Supermarket chain Aldi store in Dalston on 8th May 2024 in London, United Kingdom. Aldi is the common brand of two German family-owned discount supermarket chains with over 10,000 stores in 20 countries. With its low price, discount approach, Aldi is rapidly becomming serious competition to the big four supermarkets in the UK. (photo by Mike Kemp/In Pictures via Getty Images)
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Beauty enthusiasts are buzzing over Aldi's latest skincare release, a new range of tanning products that have been likened to the popular Isle of Paradise brand.

Shoppers are eagerly awaiting the launch after the budget-friendly supermarket teased its latest beauty additions on social media with a video preview.

The upcoming tanning collection is expected to hit UK stores soon, but as with all Specialbuys, they're predicted to fly off the shelves quickly. Included in Aldi's line-up are the Lacura Day Glimmer Tanning Mist (£2.99), Lacura Night Shine Tanning Mist (£2.99), and Gradual Tan Body Butter (£3.99), offering savvy customers the chance to enjoy significant savings compared to the sought-after tanning and body care brand Isle of Paradise, reports Wales Online.

Aldi excitedly shared the news on social media, posting: "Achieve that sun-kissed healthy-looking tan with our new Lacura tanning range! These products are about to become your summer must-haves."

For those looking to add a radiant glow to their morning routine, the Lacura Day Glimmer Tanning Mist promises a refreshing and moisturising experience, elevating daily skincare with a hint of indulgence. The mist is crafted with nourishing ingredients like glycerine, hyaluronic acid, and invigorating rosemary oil.

The Lacura Day Glimmer Tanning Mist also presents a potential saving of £13.96 when compared to the Isle of Paradise Day Dew Self Tan Face Mist, which retails at £16.95. Meanwhile, for a nocturnal skin enhancement, the Lacura Night Shine Tanning Mist integrates seamlessly with an evening beauty regimen.

The product, infused with hydrating glycerine, hyaluronic acid, ylang ylang and lavandin, will help you wake up with a glowing tan. This purse-friendly find could save you a solid £13.96 on the Isle of Paradise Night Glow Self Tan Face Mist, which retails for £16.95.

The Lacura Gradual Tan Body Butter offers a buildable formula designed to help you achieve that desired summer tan throughout the year. It promises to keep skin super hydrated thanks to its composition of avocado and peppermint oil.

Indulge in some home luxury while both tanning and keeping your skin ultra-soft. While Isle of Paradise's Gradual Self-Tan Lotion typically sells for £9.99, you can currently find it reduced to just £8.99 at Boots.

Thrilled Aldi shoppers have been quick to praise the new collection, with Gillyboyle stating: "We need these!"

Another enthusiast, kaciewalker4, asked: "When will the dark tanning mousse be back in stores? That's the best!!" To which Bodobetti responded: "Love these."

In agreement was Felt_iperator who commented: "That face mist is mwah *chefs kiss*." Another shopper playing with puns, Its_yorkshire_shel mentioned: "You guys really missed the opportunity for a play on words isle of Aldi / aisle of Aldi."

One dedicated Aldi beauty fan even put this request to the German global discount supermarket chain: "Can we get a permanent Lacura cosmetics stand in all stores? So many great skincare products but have to swap and change depending on when they are on special buy."