Omorovicza Queen Of Hungary Mist Review
I really love the Omorovicza Queen Of Hungary Mist which was inspired by the Queen of Hungary Water, which was the world’s first recorded perfume, formulated in the 14th century for Queen Elisabeth of Hungary.
It comes in a luxurious glass bottle and does smell divine (orange blossom, rose and sage). I personally love the strong scent but some people may find it a bit too powerful so keep that in mind.
I like the scent, as it is very uplifting and revitalizing and I always have it on my desk to refresh my face during the day.
Unlike some facial sprays, this one does give a noticeable improvements, I do feel that my face is more hydrated, supple and glowing. It is based on Hungarian thermal waters which are known for their great benefits when it comes to skincare.
I know that this is a favourite facial spray of some people who’s opinion I trust and I totally understand them.
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Queen Of Hungary Mist retails for €65 for 100 ml which is expensive for a mist but, as I see results, I would purchase it when I run out of my sample.Garnier Oil Beauty Oil-Infused Nourishing Scrub Review. Rave