Friday, 15 August 2014

Things I've Finished - Omorvicza Queen Of Hungary Mist and Deep Cleansing Mask

There are some products which enter my life that I can never make my mind up about and I put off writing a review or always feel like I need to try it one more time until I have completely used it up and forgot to write about it so I have decided to create the "Things I've Finished" post so that I can give a review of products I have completed.


Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask - £57

The Deep Cleansing Mask is hands down the most expensive face mask I have ever purchased. It is cased in beautiful, luxurious glass packaging. The products itself contains their famous Hungarian Thermal Water, it also contains the very common clay Kaolin and also Hungarian Mud. The mask is quite thin and cooling which feels comforting and soothing on the skin. It works like most masks, apply a thin layer over the skin, leave it to dry then wipe off with warm water. My first few uses underwhelmed me, a clay mask costing £57 should wow but I wasn't incredibly impressed. With consistent use, comparing it to other masks and getting to know this products, I began to really like it. It works to clean out impurities and bring any dirt out from the skin without stripping the skin. It is packed with brightening and hydrating ingredients so really helps the overall complexion of your skin look better. I can not say much wrong about this product... except for the price. Kaolin is a cheap (yet effective) ingredient and is the second listed ingredient so the price of the mask doesn't correspond. Yes, this is a lovely mask but I don't think it is worth the price as for £57 you can buy an even more effective clay mask - my favourite is the Borghese Fango Active Mud Mask, alongside buying a hydrating and soothing mask. Yes, it was a good product but I would be much happier if they packaged it in a tube (more hygienic) and therefore would cost less (as glass packaging isn't cheap).

Who would I recommend this to? - Mature/dry skin that can't tolerate any strong clay/mud masks as this is very effective but not in the slightest bit stripping.

Will I re-purchase this... honestly, probably not.


Ingredients
Aqua (Hungarian Thermal Water), Kaolin, Glycerin, Cetearyl Alcohol, Silt (Hungarian Mud), Stearic Acid, Cetearyl Olivate, Sorbitan Oilivate, Zinc Oxide, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Malpighia Punicifolia (Acerola) Fruit Extract, Mannitol, Yeast Extract, Zinc gluconate, Magnesium aspartate, Copper gluconate, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Parfum (Natural Fragrance), Rosa Damascena (Rose Otto) Flower Oil, Geranium Maculatum Oil, Citrus nobilis (Mandarin Orange) Peel Oil, Linalool, Limonene, Citronellol, Sodium Hydroxide Transitional Skin Care

Omorovicza Queen of Hungary Mist - £46

This product, admittedly, is pure luxury. It comes in a beautiful, frosted glass bottle and smells fresh and rosey. It contains Omorovicza's cult ingredient: Hungarian Thermal Water which was historically the first perfume but also claims to rejuvenate and revitalise the skin. I did enjoy using this mist but I didn't enjoy using this any more or any less than all the other spritz' I have tried. Yes the ingredients are nice but I don't believe that this made any difference to my skin. I applied it day and night after cleansing the skin and sometimes throughout the day but I didn't feel or see any difference in my skin. If you want a treat and love facial mists then you would love this.

Who would I recommend this to? - Very dehydrated and thirsty skin/those who want to treat themselves.

Will I re-purchase this? No. It was a lovely product to use but I don't find it any better than the Boots Botanics Rose Water Toning Spritz.

Ingredients
Aqua (Hungarian Thermal Water), Rosa Damascena Flower Water, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Flower Water, Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Leaf Water, Polysorbate 20, Phenoxyethanol, Glycerin, Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract, Pectin, Chlorella Vulgaris/Lupinus Albus Protein Ferment, Malpighia Punicifolia (Acerola) Fruit Extract, Ethylhexylglycerin, Mannitol, Yeast Extract. (Summer heat)
Have you tried anything from Omorovicza, what were your thoughts?

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