A BEAUTY enthusiast has shared her latest Primark finds with heaps of skincare dupes for high-end brands.
Over the years, Primark has become the go-to for those looking for budget beauty bargains, and if you're running low on skincare bits then best plan a trip to the nearest store.
One of the fans who recently popped into her nearby Primark was Amy, better known to her 48k followers on TikTok as @skin_vestment.
Whilst browsing around the retailer, Amy stumbled upon loads of skincare dupes, including a copy for the £34 Paula's Choice anti-ageing eye cream.
''My FYP [For You Page] lately is absolutely of Primark skincare,'' she said in her video.
After being intrigued by all the goodies and positive reviews, the beauty fan decided to check it out for herself – and it's safe to say, she was pleasantly surprised.
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''You will not believe the amount of dupes that I got for high-end products.
''I think the best thing about Primark skincare is that it's so affordable, especially if you've got sensitive skin or acne prone skin.''
One of the bargain buys she bagged was a £2 micellar cleansing water, a 500ml bottle she reckoned was a cheaper version for Bioderma Sensibio Cleansing Micellar Water (£11 for 250ml).
Next, amongst the piles of items she also spotted PS… Hot Cloth cleaner that's Primark's copy of Liz Earle Hot Cloth cleaner.
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Unlike the posh version, Primark's dupe retails for £4.50, saving you £15.
Once you've done cleansing your skin, it's time to apply toner – and at just £5, Primark's Ceramide toner is a must-have.
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Sharing her thoughts, Amy reckoned this was an inexpensive alternative to Dr. Jart+ Ceramidin liquid, a small bottle of which will set you back by £27.
If you're a fan of Paula's Choice daily soothing treatment but don't want to spend a fortune, fear not, as PS… range has got a dupe for this too.
Their Future's Bright 5 per cent glycolic toner promotes radiant skin and costs under a fiver.
Primark's range has also come out with a cheaper alternative to Paula's Choice daily anti-ageing eye gel that can be bagged at £4.
''You're not spending the earth on a product only for it to not work or clog your pores, break you out or give you some hypersensitivity.
''I mean, Primark did not come to play with their ingredients list – everything is really, really well thought out,'' Amy had nothing but positive comments.
''I absolutely love that they've got such a focus on self-care as well.''
One of the best bargains Amy managed to get her hands on was a dupe for the pricey Oskia super C capsules.
Unlike the high-end version which retails for a whopping £70, Primark's own copy is just £2.50 and comes in cute packaging.
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''They've got a ton of bath sets. Now my Primark even has like a whole section for teeth whitening,'' she said, adding there were also heaps of goodies for tanning.
''It really does just go to show that you don't need to spend the earth to get decent products that provide decent results.''
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