Supermarket Beauty Buys: The Best-Sellers

From sell-out skincare to must-have make-up, there’s a lot of bargain beauty in our trusty supermarket aisles...

You might not think Supermarket Beauty is necessarily something to shout about, but this winning lot have proved you don’t have to be the most expensive to be the most in-demand. Meet the best-selling, wait-list worthy products up and down supermarkets near you…

The Best Selling Supermarket Beauty Buys

Waitrose

The Best-Seller: Waitrose Pure Shampoo, £1
An affordable paraben and chemical free shampoo. The lack of SLS (foaming agent) means it doesn’t lather up as much as other shampoos, but also means that it’s kinder on your scalp and hair. Hurrah!

Marks & Spencer’s

The Best-Seller: Formula Absolute Ultimate Sleep Cream, £22
There’s a reason this night-cream had a wait list of over 7,500 people: because it’s basically 9 hours of beauty sleep in a tub. It plumps fine lines, hydrates and leaves your skin looking more radiant and well rested by morning.
FYI: There’s 9 tubs sold of sleep cream every hour!

Tesco

The Best-Seller: Scosmetics Anti-Wrinkle Face Cream, £5
This hydrating anti-wrinkle cream is packed with hyaluronic acid and melts into your skin leaving it plump, super soft and smooth. At a FIVER, you can’t go wrong.

Aldi

The Best-Seller: Lacura Caviar Night Cream, £6.99
A copycat of an (ahem) super luxe Caviar cream, the world went mad when this budget buy first launched with tubs popping up on eBay for three times the price! Containing Pro-Vitamin B5 to help soothe and repair skin, and hyaluronic acid to rehydrate – we’ve gotta admit, we’re sold.
FYI: ALDI sold 60,000 jars of caviar cream on the first day it launched

Asda

The Best-Seller: NSPA Hot Cloth Polish, £6.40
This 2-in-1 cleanser is rich in moisturising Ginseng and Vitamin E to hydrate skin whilst the cocoa and shea butter dissolve make-up and impurities. Plus, when used together with a muslin cloth you get the added benefit of gentle exfoliation. Get ready for dreamy skin!