You’ve heard me go on about how much I love the Omorovicza Queen of Hungary Mist enough times but what you haven’t heard is how much I love the other skincare from the range too, so I’m here to put that right!
Of course, my holiday beauty bag video (here) featured the travel kit but while the two favourites I’m banging on about today may not be the most glamourous, they’re certainly two of the most hard working in the range. The rather scary-looking Thermal Cleansing Balm may make you wonder how something so dark and murky is going to cleanse your face, but you’ve got to try it to believe it! The black balm turns instantly to an oil in your hands, and melts into the skin to dissolve makeup, dirt, grime and other impurities, all wiped away with the cleansing flannel-mitt. It smells much lovelier than the black-ish colour would have you believe and leaves my skin feels so hydrated, soft, fresh and clean.
And then we come to the Deep Cleansing Mask – oh my! Currently my favourite mask, this is detoxifying, energising, brightening, deep cleansing, decongesting and full of calcium and magnesium. It’s much more hydrating than most clay masks due to the mix of mud with the clay in the formula and it’s literally a joy to use. It smells beautiful, dries on the skin quite quickly – you only need a very thin later for it to be effective so the pot will last for ages – and leaves your skin feeling like it’s had a very expensive spa facial treatment.
Granted these are not the easiest products on the pocket, but sometimes, you get what you pay for. Just be prepared to become addicted!
Omorovicza Thermal Cleansing Balm, £46, here
Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask, £57, here
Omorovicza Queen of Hungary Mist, £46, here