Long time readers will know that I am the biggest fan of Omorovicza, it is definitely one of my favourite brands.
And today I want to tell you about my personal hero product from them – Omoroessence.
You may think why on Earth would you need an extra step for £68? But hear me out.
The brand describe it as a product which is “halfway between a toner and a serum”, and I would agree. It is like that extra layer that instantly makes your skin feeling and looking plump and radiant. Even the driest skin feels soothed and soft, it is, quite frankly, a miracle in a bottle.
And what a bottle it is! A beautiful
Omorovicza is as luxurious as it gets. I am a big fan of the brand in general, and especially of this cream.
I discovered it two winters ago when nothing would help my skin at all. Then I’ve decided to try a little sachet I was given with one of my purchases, and couldn’t believe what happened. My skin was literally transformed. From dull and extremely dry skin, with some rough patches, it was the “dream skin”.
I have now used up two bottles of this, and with it being priced at £87, it definitely says how much I rate it. It may be the best moisturiser I have ever used.
It comes in a glass bottle with a pump which is chic and hygienic. The formula is not heavy but yet very effective (vitamin C and E, Hungarian Thermal Water, among other things). I am also a fan of the herbal scent, it is not heavy or heady but just
To celebrate Easter Omorovicza kindly offered my readers a 15% discount until the end of month with the code makeup4all.
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Omorovicza Gold Shimmer Oil (review and swatches)
The best beauty investment! I am extremely happy with this purchase. It is expensive but it totally worth the money, gives the skin a gorgeous glow and subtle shimmer, plus it is
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
Here is an update for those who love luxury beauty products.
First of all, Omorovicza are launching the new Perfecting Lip Balm to celebrate the 6th anniversary of the brand. It is not yet available but you can get as a gift with purchase when you spend $100/£65/€80 at Omorovicza’s website. The offer is valid until 10th August.
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