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It’s no secret my love for Omorovicza knows no bounds; it’s consistently in my top skincare brands.

One of my all time favourite products from their range is the Queen of Hungary Mist – not only the perfect purifying, hydrating toner as part of my skincare, but also as an on-the-go reviver, adding much needed freshness and hydration throughout the day, especially as the summer beckons (it’s coming, I promise!)

The regular size bottle is a little big for my handbag, so I’m loving the new 50ml travel size; so much easier to pack into my cabin luggage too for my upcoming holiday.

So I just wanted to let you know about the new 50ml size that’s launching to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the brand (I know, doesn’t it feel like it’s been around for a whole lot longer?) And did you see that gorgeous limited edition packaging? That intricate and delicate design is inspired by the peacock feather that’s been a decorative motif in Art Nouveau architecture in Budapest.

Also, to celebrate the launch, Omoroviza has partnered with Dawson flowers to create a specially created bouquet inspired by the floral ingredients in the mist: Avalanche roses, white garden stocks, wild sage, white hydrangea and more. Every time you order one of these specially created bouquets, the recipient will receive a 50ml limited edition of the mist.

If you ever needed an excuse to order some flowers for yourself, well here it is! I can think of no better reason! The bouquets come in three different sizes, priced £35, £75 and £95, plus delivery, from (while stocks last), but if you just wanted to get your hands on the LE 50ml bottle for yourself, that’s £25 and available now.

It’s so pretty (and works so well) that it’s gone straight into my makeup bag.


Shop Omorovicza Skincare here




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