Last Thursday my mother, best friend and I went on another one of our annual Germany shopping trips. We went to DM drogerie, Kaufland, Rossmann and back to DM. As some of you might remember I always went a bit crazy on these trips. Since I have to save up money for my vacations this summer I had to hold back a little this time, but I still got some really amazing stuff. If you’re interested in finding out what I got, make sure you continue reading!
Okay let’s start this haul off with some of with some of the things I got at DM. First of all I stocked up on some shaving foam. I really like this one by Balea and since it’s very affordable I definitely think it’s worth stocking up on. I ended up getting two cans since they do last quite long and it should probably be enough for now.
I also bought a tube of toothpaste. I know how boring this may look, but toothpaste is a lot more affordable in Germany. I bought a tube of my favourite toothpaste ever, this Signal White Now toothpaste. It makes my mouth feel fresh, clean and it makes my teeth look pearly white.
The Balea Rasier Schaum costs €0,75.
The Signal White Now Toothpaste costs €1,95.
Moving on to something a little more exciting. This is the Balea Verwohndusche Perlen Zauber. This is a shower smelling like pearls and it’s absolutely incredible. Aside from the amazing smell I think the packaging looks really pretty and therefore I decided to just go for it.
I also bought a new bodylotion. This is a limited edition one by Nivea smelling like roses. I absolutely love the scent of roses so this is pretty much right up my alley.
The last thing I bought at the first DM we went to is this Herbal Essences Shampoo. The packaging looks really old and pretty and it smells really good as well. When I saw it didn’t have silicones in it I was sold and I bought it. I really hope it works for me!
The Balea Verwohndusche costs €1,45.
The Nivea Bodylotion costs €2,95.
The Herbal Essences Shampoo costs €1,75.
After we went to DM, we went to Kaufland. At Kaufland they have a ton of stuff. It’s basically a huge supermarket with tons of foods but also other stuff like DVD’s, clothing, you name it. They already had their Easter chocolate collection out and as a chocolate lover I obviously couldn’t resist. I ended up buying quite a few chocolate bunnies and I also got myself a pack of 24 Kinder chocolates. Those are too good!
Aside from the chocolate I also got something really exciting. We all know Haribo Gummy Bears. Well, I got them but in the shape of bunnies! How adorable is that?!
When we finished our shopping at Kaufland we went ahead and ate something and then we went to Deichmann. Deichmann is a shoe store that sells both very affordable shoes as well as some Nike, Adidas and New Balance shoes. Every time we go there my best friend and I end up buying something there and this time wasn’t an exception to that.
The shoes I ended up buying are these matte black ankle booths with silver detailing. My friend actually has these shoes already, she bought them back when we went there two years ago. I really like them and since I really needed some new boots I’m really glad I ended up getting them!
The Deichmann Boots cost €39,90.
When we were done shopping at Deichmann we stepped into the car and drove off to Rossmann. Rossmann is another drugstore in Germany that I really like. The first thing I picked up at Rossmann is this Bebe shower gel. Bebe already is a very affordable brand (a shower gel costs about 95 cents) but they had a 25% sale going on which made it even more affordable. I have been meaning to try the Bebe shower gels for a while now so this was the perfect time to finally do that.
I also got a backup of my favourite Isana shower gel ever. This is in the scent Pearl and it’s incredible. I’ve gone through almost two bottles of these already which is pretty exceptional for me this I hardly ever finish a bottle of showergel!
The Bebe Smoothie Shower Gel costs €0,95 (was on sale for €0,71).
The Isana Pearl Shower Gel costs €0,55 (was on sale for 0,49).
At Rossmann I also bought two more limited edition Nivea bodylotions. The main reason why I decided to buy these is because they were on sale for 50% less than at DM. In other words: I paid double the price when I bought the one that smells like roses. So, this who story might not clarify why I ended up buying the other two scents from the range, but in short: I just wanted them and it was a very great deal and for that price, you better get both of them. Right?!
The Nivea Sensual Bodylotions cost €2,95 (on sale for €1,40).
Onto the next purchase. This is actually one of the things I’m most excited about. This is a cleansing gel-cream by L’Oreal from their new Delicate Flower collection. I actually hadn’t heard of it yet, but because it looked so immensely pretty I just had to give one of the products from the range a try.
When I came home I found out that this range has a different name in pretty much every country, so if you want to give it a try yourself, keep that in mind!
The L’Oreal Delicate Flower Cleansing Gel-cream costs €4,95.
Lastly we went back to DM and I ended up buying only two things. It was pretty crowded in there, we were tired and I just wanted to leave that building so I quickly grabbed two more things I really wanted to have and that was it. First of all I got this moisturiser by Garnier. It’s from their Hautklar collection and it feels and smells very refreshing.
The other thing I got is a shower gel by Balea. It’s in the scent Sweet Wonderland and it smells absolutely amazing. I really like it!
The Garnier Hautklar Moisturiser costs €2,75.
The Balea Sweet Wonderland Shower Gel costs €0,55.
And that concludes today’s post. I hope you enjoyed reading what I got in Germany and be sure which products you want me to review! Also let me know which products you always get when you go to the German drugstore!