Fans rave about Poundland’s new skin-soothing range claiming it’s just like Aveeno’s £10 version

SHOPPERS are raving about Poundland’s new oatmeal body range, claiming it’s just like the popular brand Aveeno. 

The foodstuff is known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, and is often used to soothe conditions such as eczema and dry skin, and now you can pick up products featuring the wonder ingredient for just a quid. 

Eagle eyed shoppers spied the new collection in the budget store, which includes moisturising cream and lotion, as well as a soothing bath soak, and eagerly shared snaps online.

Everything costs £1, a fraction of the price of dupe brand Aveeno, which also sells an oatmeal-based range.

A tub of moisturising cream from Aveeno will set you back £10.66, while a tube of lotion will cost you £3.99. 

Meanwhile Poundland’s bath soak contains colloidal oatmeal, made from grinding oats, but Aveeno’s cream featuring the same ingredient will set you back £4.99. 

  • Aveeno Cream, Boots, £10.66 – buy now

  • Aveeno Daily Moisturising Body Lotion, Boots, £3.99 – buy now

  • Aveeno Cream with Natural Colloidal Oatmeal, Boots, £4.99 – buy now

Fans of Poundland’s range have been raving about it online, and compared it to Aveeno.

Commenting on Facebook, one person said: “Same as that Aveeno but a lot cheaper.” 

Another wrote: “It's a copy of Aveeno , really good.”

A third raved: “The bath soak is amazing leaves your skin really soft.”

While this person added: “I just paid a lot for Aveeno. Wish this was in my local store.”

But as Poundland doesn't sell online, you'll need to head to your nearest store to get a bargain.

Meanwhile this mum updated her battered wooden floor for just £5 using stick-on tiles from Poundland and the difference is incredible.

Plus this mum split her kids’ room in half using Ikea buys to give them their own space & the results are incredible.

And this mum transforms dingy spare bedroom into stylish dressing room using bargains from Argos and The Range.

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