I feel like I needed a new kind of post, because all I have prepared are reviews and sometimes I get sick of those. I decided to collect drugstore products that I really like and think that you would too. I have mentioned most of them or did individual reviews, but this is some sort of collection of all the drugstore products that I really love and think you would too.
Balea Med cream oil body lotion
Starting with the Balea Med cream oil body lotion. It contains betaine and it's for sensitive and dry skin. It also has a neutral ph level. This is one of the best lotions that I've tried for my skin. I have a fairly sensitive skin, even on my body, especially the upper part. This is great, because it moisturizes and leaves sort of a shiny layer on the skin. I feel like the sheen locks in the moisture, which really nicely nourishes the skin and prevents any dry patches, therefore itchiness. I also love it, because it smells really subtle and nice and it doesn't irritate my skin as a lot of other body products do. I recommended this to my coworker, who has problems with very dry skin and she also seems to really like it. I have to say the Balea Med range is impressing me and I will surely try some other products. I highly recommend this range for sensitive skin.
It costs only around 2.40 € for 400 ml of product, which is huge (Balea Med is available in Drogerie Markt - DM).
Alverde Clear wash cream
This Alverde Clear wash cream is targeted towards skin with imperfections. It's supposed to contain some sort of healing soil and it should also prevent any further pimples. I'm not sure if it prevents that, but I really like it, because it really cleans the skin and still makes it moisturized enough. This is also a bit of a more natural brand and the soil in it seems really interesting. It does look a bit disturbing at first, because it looks olive brown. May be weird to some. The smell is also specific, but I actually really like it. It's one of those products that would appeal to all skin types. It's even good for sensitive skin.
I think it costs something around 3 € and you get 100 ml of product. I use a really small amount of this as the last step in my cleansing routine, so it lasts me a pretty long time (Alverde is available in Drogerie Markt - DM).
Batiste dry shampoo
What can I say about Batiste dry shampoo? If you haven't yet, do try it. I know you won't be sorry. It's the best dry shampoo in terms of really making the hair look non greasy. I have to admit, I do get some itchiness form Batiste, but that's probably due to the fact that I don't entirely brush it out, after application. I recommend spraying it trough the roots, leaving it on for 5 to 10 minutes and then really brushing through the hair. I also love the wider range of Batiste shampoos. The packaging is always cute and I've had a few and loved all the smells so far. If you're looking for a good dry shampoo, Batiste is the best!
It costs between 4 and 7€, depending on the size. You get 200 ml for around 4€. It's not the cheapest, but it's worth it. (I buy Batiste on Asos).
Detailed review - here.