A cleanser mainstay

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

omorovicza 775

We all have those moments, where we decided to stray from favourites and flirt with new beauty bits, ones you've read on blogs, seen in magazines and so on. I know I certainly do. Looking at my beauty cupboard, I have four cleansers. FOUR. Well, four and the tiny remnants of a tube.

There is only one however that I refuse to be without, and that's the Omorovicza Thermal Cleansing Balm. Luxurious and rich in skin-goodness, it is packed with minerals and mud from Hungarian thermal waters which help decongest and purify your skin while still dealing out some moisture. Not only does it have mud that draws out impurities, it's got jojoba and sweet almond oil, both of which I have found in the past really good natural healers for any blemishes I have.

Now, the kicker is that this is not cheap. Ohh ho ho no. Coming in at £46 a pop, you might very well back away from it altogether. But, considering the quality of its ingredients, and the fact that a little goes a long way, see it as an investment. I would never use it as my first cleanse because of this, and use it as the cleanser I want working on my skin after my day's face has come off. Whenever I have blemishes, I sometimes scoop out the same amount I would normally use, massage it in and leave it to sit for a bit to let it do its thing a bit more.  If you have problems with blemishes or redness, then this is definitely one to try.

The Omorovicza Thermal Cleansing Balm is available at SpaceNK, Cult Beauty and Liberty.

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