Review: Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask

I caved. I’ve been reading too much about Omorovicza and I’ve been telling myself for over a year that I have to try this brand, and I finally have. I got this and the Thermal Cleansing Balm from Cult Beauty and I now beat myself for not trying this sooner! Don’t want to read the whole review? Let me tell you now. Get this. It’s great!

 

Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask

 

I love masks. I mask at least once a week and instead of sticking to just 1 mask, I use different masks for different occasions. Did you watch Lisa Eldriedge’s latest video on face masks? We share similar sentiments. Omorovicza is a brand of luxury skincare from Budapest, Hungary. Now, I don’t profess to be very familiar with the brand, because I haven’t spoken to anyone directly from the brand before, but from the raving reviews I read, I started to believe :-P Here’s something I cut and paste directly from Cult Beauty… Omorovicza combined Hungary’s 2,000-year-old tradition of using their unique healing thermal waters and mineral-rich mud with using technological advances so cutting-edge the lab they use has a Nobel prize! The beauty of this brand is not just the perfect mix of naturally occuring minerals in the muds and waters they use, but their “Mineral Cosmetology”, a patented delivery system that maximises the impact on your skin.

 

Omorovicza logo Deep Cleansing Mask

 

The Deep Cleansing Mask is said to be a skin purifier. It mattifies the skin, evens out skin tone and draws out impurities. It is advised not to use this mask the day before a big event. Truthfully, this disclaimer held me back. I do not want to purchase an expensive mask just to have it break me out because it’s drawing out impurities. I like my skin’s impurities drawn out MINUS the bumps, thank you very much. Who’s with me? Well, let me just ease your mind a little. I’ve used this mask for 3 weeks, twice a week (so that’s 6 times – at the time of writing anyway. This post is scheduled to be posted 10 days later), and there is no pimple in sight. I have oily T-zone, and I have comedones on my nose. I find that when my fingers itch terribly and I start to pinch my soft round nose I squeeze my nose, those blackheads actually come off very easily. No forceful pinching necessary. My nose has been quite smooth and clean – never mind the TMI here.

The Deep Cleansing Mask looks like purified mud (it probably is) and the texture is actually quite soft. I half expected it to be grainy for some reason, but no, the mask is very fine and smooth. It applies beautifully, and a thin layer gets the job done. After cleansing, I apply it all over the face (avoiding the eyes), let it dry, then wipe it off using a warm face towel. My skin is smooth like a baby’s buttocks (butts without rashes please) and it is simply divine to touch. Hard to explain, but this self loving is better kept to myself >_<

 

mask ingredients

 

Do I like this mask, you ask? Erm, hello? Were you reading or wondering if I was nekkid in that last photo? Short recap: Yup, it’s good :-)

 

xoxo Lily

 

 

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  • http://makeupmorsels.wordpress.com Makeup Morsels

    LOL my mind completely filled in clothes until I read that last sentence, I am hallucinating! This mask sounds sooo good, I’ve heard nothing about raves about this brand & starting to get quite curious. And is it just me, or does that mud almost look like a yummy pudding hahaha? Might be hallucinating again…

    • Lily

      That mud, if brown, will look like chocolate mousse :-P And it IS good. You gotta try it one day!

  • http://www.beautycabby.com/ lyn

    OMG, what’s this Cult Beauty thing? I must go there now! This mask sounds awesome but I really ought to finish the stuff in my stash before getting another one. But I will definitely keep in mind when I’m getting a new mask.

    • Lily

      Hey Lyn, I get my luxury skin care treats from Cult Beauty. It’s cultbeauty.co.uk and they sometimes offer free shipping and promos too! The best part is, we get VAT discount :-)

  • http://www.glambunctious.com/ Kristen / Glambunctious

    Ha! I was thinking you had a towel wrapped around you post-shower in the shot above! Softer than a non-rashy baby’s buttocks and no breakouts? Hmmm…sign me up! Highly intrigued…

    • Lily

      And you’d be right – towel and all, but it’s pre shower so I can wash off my mask when I’m in the shower. Sometimes I do that, instead of using a face towel. Intrigued? A must try!

  • 38noodles

    I’m currently loving Omorovicza’s copper peel thing, which I use very sparingly and it still leaves my skin baby-bum smooth! Been salivating to try their thermal cleansing balm, but it was sold out during their double pengo point thing and at my local stockist too ;(
    Now this mask is def on top of the wish list too!

    • Lily

      Oh, I’ve read good reviews about that too! The Thermal Cleansing Balm is also awesome. I bought the mask and the balm as a duo, saved a bit of money there :-)

  • TracyBeautyReflections

    LOL AHAHAHAHA. I want to try this brand too, but DANG it’s so much monies! Soon! I believe you!

    • Lily

      Not as much as Tata Harper!! But hey, if it works, it’s totally worth it :-)

  • http://mostlysunnyblog.com/ Sunny @Mostly Sunny

    I’m glad you like it as much as I do! I have pretty much the same experience. It has never caused any breakouts, but all the blackheads do surface after this. Pure love!

    • Lily

      Definitely, Sunny. I love it!!

  • http://www.lenallure.com/ Lena L

    LOL. I know that you were naked.
    Gosh, that mask in the jar looks more appealing than Nutella. :o

    • Lily

      ZOMG Nutella. My weakness!!

  • http://eyeheartit.blogspot.com Larie

    LOL. LOL at Lena, too. I’ve heard so many good things about this brand, but holy cow is it $$$$$$ here. I can’t, lol! It’ll be a dream purchase, Lily :P

    • Lily

      And may your dream come true, Larie :-)

  • http://beautyreductionista.blogspot.ca/ Liz

    LOL at Lena and Larie laughing at Lena! I also want to smother my face into that delectable looking jar. I can’t be looking at this Omoroafjdklafjdka; stuff but that open jar makes me want to throw money at it. Glad you indulged, Lily!

    • Lily

      Yup, I literally LOL-ed. Lena is darn funny. I’m glad I indulged too… my skin is happy!

  • Icaria

    Oh that mask looks so yummy and smooth! But oh the price! Glad your splurge was so worth it! :)

    • Lily

      Hey Helene, I think this mask and cleansing balm duo came to about GBP68 after tax deduction, so it’s actually quite affordable for me. A mask from Dior comes to about the same price – and that’s mask only. It’s a good investment indeed!

  • http://makeuptricksandtips.blogspot.com/ fiona furtado

    Hey lily.., This seems to be a lovely mask to give it a shot. Omorovicza is a relatively new brand for me but will definitely try this.

    • Lily

      This and the cleansing balm – both work great together.