Right, as a recent Aldi convert for my weekly shop (exciting insight there!), a few people at work have said they swear by some of Aldi's own beauty products. As I can be a bit of a beauty snob at times I hadn't tried them until recently when I was sent some items to review. None of them are branded as "Aldi's own" which I think is a good move as it means people are more likely to have them on display in their bathroom/on their dressing table. So, on with the review!
The first thing I used was the Miracle Oil with Argan Oil - this is one of the exact products that one of my colleagues swears by - and I'm actually pretty impressed by it. It's not in a squeeze, pump action or open neck bottle so you only get a tiny amount dispensed which is right and means that you don't add too much oil to your hair. It doesn't smell really strongly or anything and actually feels really nourishing on you hair. I'd happily buy this in future as it helps smooth down my damaged ends without totally weighing it down.
The Hand and Nail Cream is pretty good too, very nourishing without being greasy. It absorbs quickly, comes in a squeeze tube and I think it's ideal for carrying in your bag or keeping in your desk at work. It's a pretty good budget option. It's not too heavily scented but I'm not wildly keen on the smell of it, but that's just me.
The Aqua Complete Serum is really light, absorbs well and feels great on the skin. It's a decent enough everyday moisturiser that I'll happily use.
I've also got a moisturiser that I'm getting my boyfriend to test without revealing that it's an Aldi one (I normally buy him pretty high end moisturisers, bless him) - so far his feedback is that it's his favourite moisturiser and feels really good on his skin, albeit quite rich. We'll see what his thoughts continue to be!