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Monday 24 October 2022

Omorovicza Face Masks Review and discount code!

Omorovicza Face Masks Review and discount code

If you're one of my OG blog readers, you'll know that I've been a huge fan of the brand Omorovicza since I first bought some products in 2015. Once I find a brand that suits my skin, I tend to stay pretty loyal to it and will always have some products in my stash, despite trying other brands and products both out of curiosity and for my blog. I know that some people are using masks less frequently than they used to, but for me, they are part of a ritual where I unwind, it's self-care, but also I love the effect they have on my skin. Of all brands that I have tried, Omorovicza is the one that I repurchase products from most often. They have five masks in total, all of which I have tried and I have repurchased several times. I only have four in my collection at the moment, which I am going to share my thoughts on with you today, and the fifth is reviewed here. What's even better is that I have a discount code to share with you all! SIOBHAN10 will get you a 10% discount code at checkout on all full priced items (apart from gift sets).

Deep Cleansing Mask: Who doesn't need a good clay cleansing mask every now and then, as most of us will have congested pores at some point? I particularly love using one after a holiday or if I've been wearing makeup regularly, just to really ensure that my pores are deeply clean and decongested. Unlike most clay masks, this one doesn't leave you feeling like you can't move your face as it dries, however by the end of the 15/20 minutes, I feel like every pore on my face is visible, and therefore deeply cleansed and when it's removed, my pores appear more refined and my skin is gleaming.  Oily and combination skin will love using this mask weekly, but I think that all types need a clay mask every now and then, plus it's brilliant to use if you can feel a spot brewing, as you can just dab it on to that area and leave it overnight to reduce the inflammation, and hopefully the spot from coming to a head!

Ultramoor Mud Mask: When I first tried this over 6 years ago, I described it as Spanx for the face! I can't tell you how many times I have repurchased it since then because it really does work wonders at lifting and firming the skin, but it also gives the skin a radiant finish. It's like a facial in a jar! Given the name, you won't be surprised to hear that it contains Hungarian Moor Mud, which contains a number of acids, but it also contains Hectorite Clay, and this combination draws out impurities, but also nourish the skin rather than leaving it feeling dried out. It also contains Marine Exopolysaccharides (I hadn't heard of it previously either), which is what gives the lifting effect to the skin, as it plumps fine lines and tightens collagen fibres. It really is a miracle worker, as it does all of this in just 15 minutes! This is a mask that I think all skin types would benefit from, but particularly those who have dull skin that is beginning to show signs of ageing. I have to mention that it's a bit whiffy but I can get past that for the results it gives!

Midnight Radiance Mask: This mask is one that I know will guarantee me better skin the morning after use! It is an overnight gel mask, which is a little sticky initially so I tie my hair back and then when it has dried down a bit, I take my hair down. I sleep on my front but my face still doesn't stick to my pillow! It contains Salicylic Acid, which can penetrate the pores deeply to cleanse them, and exfoliate, which reveals brighter skin and helps to tackle pigmentation. It also contains Sand Lily, which also reduces pigmentation by helping to prevent the production of melanin. What I love most about this mask is how clear my skin looks the morning after use - almost translucent, and it doesn't feel at all tight - if anything, it's calm, comfortable and clear. I think all skin types would benefit from this mask.

Gold Hydralifting Mask: I love everything in the Gold Collection, as the products are perfect for my dry, sensitive and dehydrated skin. First of all, it has a beautiful rich texture that applies so evenly and beautifully to the skin. It also smells of roses, so it really is a beautiful sensory experience, which is sometimes what I want from a pamper - sometimes, it's functional, other times sensory, but actually, I would describe this as both! Colloidal Gold is said to soothe and strengthen the skin - perfect for those with sensitive skin, or whose skin barrier is often compromised in winter. It obviously contains Hyaluronic Acid, and the brand's Patented Healing Concentrate™ (which is what I think makes the brand particularly suitable for reactive skin), Glycerin and various emulsifiers, which make this a very nourishing and plumping mask. It is applied to clean, dry skin and left for around 15 minutes before removing any excess, however I often leave it on overnight if my skin is in particular need of plumping. I find that this mask really does help to intensely nourish my skin (without leaving it greasy), my skin also look fresh, plump and radiant. It's perfect as a quick fix mask if your skin is looking a bit dull, drab and slack. Expensive, but a little goes a long way and the 10% saving with SIOBHAN10 really helps. When used in conjunction with the other gold products in the range, skin is honestly transformed - lifted, firm and looks younger. Definitely worth the investment, which is why I'm on my third tub!

If you were to choose just one mask, which would you go for? Don't forget that you can save 10% on the Omorovicza site by using the code SIOBHAN10.

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