Chances are you've seen the pretty pink and aqua blue packaging of Sand and Sky's Australian Pink Clay Porefining Face Mask (although it recently slightly rebranded). It promises to detoxify and brighten skin in only 10 minutes, tightening pores and boosting radiance. It definitely did deliver on results when we tried it, but it will set you back £40, which is not within everyone's budget. However, trusty Aldi has now offered up a more affordable alternative in the Lacura Pink Clay Mask, a £6 bargain that's also cruelty-free.
The mask is packed full of Australian kakadu plum, an ingredient that has the highest vitamin C content of any fruit, and also contains gallic acid, which is supposed to help to restore the skin barrier and brighten the complexion. The mask additionally contains witch hazel to keep the skin blemish-free. It comes with a good quality brush for ease of application as well. If you've been wanting to try the buzzy pink clay ingredient for a while, why not try Aldi's version before splurging on the Instagrammable stuff.