Splurging on expensive make-up and facial creams can sometimes feel a little too indulgent, but did you know you can pick up some serious beauty bargains at Asda?
The supermarket stocks it’s very own make-up collection and nspa skin range, both of which could rivals some of the more expensive brands on the market.
Here, we take a look at Asda’s best-selling products and prove how you can really save your pennies when it comes to stocking up on beauty must-haves.
Top nspa products:
1. nspa Hot Cloth Polish, £7
This 2-in-1 cleanser and polisher is the perfect way to start any beauty ritual. Compared to Liz Earle’s Hot Cloth Cleanser, £16.50, this formula of ginseng, cocoa butter and sweet almond is sure to leave your face glowing – but at just £7, it’s a fraction of the price.
A muslin cloth is included and when used to polish your face, will remove dead skin cells and impurities. The nspa Hot Cloth Polish is also enriched with a blend of Vitamin A, Vitamin E and Pro-Vitamin B5.
2. nspa Deep cleansing facial oil, £5
This dermatologically tested facial oil from nspa melts away your make up and leaves your skin feeling nourished. Suitable for all skin types this facial oil clarifies skin and will help smooth your complexion. Compared to premium brand DHC’s deep cleansing oil priced at £25, this budget buy offers you a £19 saving!
3. nspa Daily Rejuvenate Cream, £10
This cream has an SPF of 30, making it perfect for the summer months. It aims to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and is fortified with Crocus Chrysanthus Bulb extract, which is proven to help reduce the appearance of ageing skin and provide a smoother, more supple complexion. Asda compare this cream to the Crème de la Mer Moisturising Cream, which is priced at £120 for a 30ml tub.
4. nspa Radiance Skin glow mud mask, £7
This deep cleansing mud mask draws out impurities and leaves your skin looking and feeling fresh. At £7 it’s an absolute steal, especially compared to other more expensive items o the market such as the Glam Glow Super Clearing Mud Mask Treatment which costs £42!
5. nspa Firm and smooth double action serum, £7
Enriched with Ginseng and a nourishing complex of anti-oxidant rich Vitamin A, E and Pro-Vitamin B5, Asda say that this serum will leave skin feeling intensely moisturised and more youthful. It’s vegan-friendly and could be compared to Clarins Double Action Serum which retails at £57 for a 30ml tube. That’s a £50 saving!
Top George by Asda make up products:
1. George va va volume volumising mascara, £4
Give your lashes some loving without killing your bank balance. Asda’s £4 mascara is a great budget beauty buy and it’s perfect for taking to festivals and on holiday if you’re worried about losing your more expensive items.
2. George matte primer, £5.50
Using a primer helps to create a smooth surface for your foundation and this one from George helps to blur any blemishes leaving a matte finish. It controls excess oils while smoothing your skin’s texture – it’s worth giving a go for just over a fiver.
3. George by Asda’s Matte lipstick, £3
This lipstick comes in several different shade including: nude, wine, orange red, pink nude and a Flame On barbie pink. At just £3, you can’t really go wrong.
4. George Cover Up Concealer, £3
If you’re constantly on the go and want something small and convenient for your handbag this is perfect. It offers medium coverage and is best applied with a damp beauty blender.
5. George Shadow cream, £3
This high pigment eye shadow cream is much more affordable than Charlotte Tilbury’s equivalent which comes in at £22! The shadow cream comes in three colours, peacock, chrome or vintage.
Which products do you like the look of? Do you already use some of the nspa products or Asda makeup that we haven’t included? We’d love to hear your thoughts – head over to out Facebook page to get involved!