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Aldi brings back its £3.99 Miracle Cream and shoppers say it’s ‘life-changing’ and has even cured their spots

CALLING all beauty fans! Aldi has restocked their cult favourite Miracle Cream - and it's only £3.99.

Available in stores today, the multipurpose product can be used on everything from chapped lips to dry cuticles - and some shoppers have even claimed it's helped with their problem skin.

 Aldi's Miracle Cream is back in stores today
Aldi's Miracle Cream is back in stores todayCredit: Aldi
  • Lacura Miracle Cream, £3.99 for 50 from ALDI -  buy now

The "miracle" moisturiser contains petrolatum which helps skin to retain moisture while salicylic acid soothes the complexion and is often used to treat spots.

In other words, this purse-friendly product is a must regardless of whether you suffer from acne or simply want to protect your skin against the freezing office air conditioning.

And if that wasn't enough to convince you, the moisturiser is cruelty-free and has the Leaping Bunny certification.

However, you'll have to move quick if you want to bag one for yourself as the Miracle Cream falls under Aldi's limited edition Specialbuy range.

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 Customers claim it's helped clear problem skin
Customers claim it's helped clear problem skinCredit: Aldi

Since it was last available in stores, the moisturiser has racked up hundreds of five-star reviews online.

One customer gushed: "Bought this and love it. Feels like a very expensive cream when using. Certainly buy again."

Another added: "So good! I've been using a very thin layer over my face each night and it clears spots. Have bought another one."

Better still, other customers claimed the moisturiser soothed their dry, chapped skin.

"I suffer with psoriasis and this miracle cream is fabulous," one wrote. "It really soothes it and stops the itchiness- it's also great around the eye and lip area too! This needs to be on the shelves at all times."

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 Others have likened it to Elizabeth Arden's 8 Hour Cream
Others have likened it to Elizabeth Arden's 8 Hour CreamCredit: Elizabteh Arden
  • Elizabeth 8 Hour Cream, £25 for 50ml - buy now

What's more, other customers have been likening it to Elizabeth Arden's 8 Hour Cream which costs £25 for 50ml.

Insisting it's "just as good as the 8 hour cream", wrote: "To be honest, I wasn't holding out much hope as I am a massive fan of [Elizabeth Arden's].

"I was wrong. Lacura's Miracle Cream is fab. I use it on chapped lips, cuticles, dry patches from Eczema."

"Very similar to the Elizabeth Arden 8 hour cream but a lot cheaper," another wrote.

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