Aldi is known for releasing products that rival high-end alternatives.
In recent months, it has delighted shoppers with sprays that look suspiciously like Jo Malone.
The supermarket has also treated customers to £3.99 “Miracle Cream” that looks a lot more luxurious than its £3.99 price-tag suggests.
And it seems that Aldi is at it again.
Consumers can now pick up 65p hand washes that have been compared to £17 Molton Brown ones.
The Abbott and Broome soaps come in four fruity fragrances.
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For those who like the smell of citrus, Lime & Patchouli or Orange & Bergamot would work well.
Meanwhile, shoppers who are more keen on spicy scents may want to opt for the Pomegranate & Ginger option.
Or for fans of floral fragrances, Rhubarb & Rose could be a winner.
The hand washes retail for 65p, which is a steal considering how fancy they look.
Designers chose a bottle silhouette that looks very similar to Molton Brown – and apparently the products work in a similar way too.
In Facebook group B&M Bargains and More, customers have raved about the products.
One commenter posted a snap of the hand washes, adding: "I love Molton Brown smellies and I’ve come across from somebody else posting on Facebook these absolute BARGAINS!
"Aldi’s version: meant to be 75p which is a steal in itself… now down to 65p!
"They smell just like some of the Molton Brown ones!"
Another commenter responded: "The rhubarb and rose is just like the Molton Brown one! Lush!"
And another added: "These are gorgeous the fragrances are sooo good and they don't make your hands dry.
"Win win… without the Molton Brown price tag."
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While bargain hunters are keen on the affordable Aldi items, they won’t perform in exactly the same way.
Molton Brown hand washes are made from more expensive ingredients, including essential oils.
These fragrances are likely to linger for longer because of this reason.
Having said this, those who are strapped for cash could save a fortune by making the swap.
So will you be trying the supermarket scents?
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