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  • Cleansing balms ABC

    October 02nd, 2015

    Omorovicza Cleansing Balms

    As part of our Cleansing Education series, we couldn’t miss the opportunity to talk about our hero product, the Thermal Cleansing Balm. We reveal exactly what you need to know about cleansing balms…

    Cleansing balms have a thicker, almost solid consistency and unlike industrial face washes, are made from a blend of natural ingredients. They tend to be oil or mud-based and contain numerous minerals, plant oils and antioxidants. Balms are known for their dual-cleansing properties, removing makeup in addition to detoxifying and nourishing the skin.

    We especially recommend cleansing balms for people with sensitive skin because they don’t include harsh chemicals and are full of natural ingredients. Our Thermal Cleansing Balm has been formulated for those with all skin types.

    Cleansing balms need to be the first step in your skincare routine. First, warm up the balm with your hands, apply and massage onto dry skin. It will begin to melt off even the toughest of waterproof mascaras and help to decongest and drain toxins from your skin. This will support natural skin cell regeneration and provide a receptive base for addition skincare products to work at their best. The final step is to wipe thoroughly using a damp cloth or mitt.

  • Korean Skincare

    October 02nd, 2015

    Omorovicza as favourite skincare brand in Korea

    We’re thrilled that the Queen of Hungary Mist was included in a feature on Refinery 29 this week. The article featured twenty four European beauty products that are popular in Korea.

    Unlike the many toners out there that tend to be astringent, the Queen of Hungary mist works more like toners or treatment essences do in Korea. This means that as it refreshes and moisturizes, it also tones and deposits minerals deep into skin.’

    Korean skincare has had a huge influence in the beauty sector within the last year. Their fame as a world destination for beauty innovation started with the BB-Cream craze a couple of years ago. Korean men and women view skincare as the ultimate investment, worthy not only of their money, but even more so their time. In fact, many Koreans perform a 10-step cleansing and moisturising routine every single day. Consequently, they understand their skin and their needs like any other market, focusing mainly on prevention and perfecting the skin, demanding innovation and pure ingredients from national and international brands.

    Omorovicza is currently stocked in numerous locations within Korea and is a firm favourite amongst Korean Beauty Editors. Stockists include Belport, NUselectshop, La Cosmetique and Grand Hyatt. Belport released a video earlier on this year which included none other than ourselves. You can see the video in full here.

  • Cleansing 101

    September 29th, 2015

    Discover how to proper use cleansers

    Cleansers form an essential part of our daily skincare routine. We take cleansing very seriously here at Omorovicza and ensure we follow a couple of rules to maintain healthy glowing skin.

    1. Don’t use a cleanser that leaves your skin feeling tight or dry - many foaming and gel cleansers are formulated with surfactants ingredients, such as Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and Ammonium Laureth Sulfate. These act as cleansing agents which removes natural oils from the skin, leaving it tight and dull. Dehydrated skin will cause dry skin cells to buildup, generating more oil and shine.

    2. Don’t wash with a bar soap - the binders that compose bar soaps have a high pH balance. Switching your regular bar of soap for a mild, sulfate-free cleanser, like the Omorovicza Cleansing Foam will guarantee your skin is gently cleansed without drying or tightening your skin.

    3. Do choose a cleanser made exclusively for your skin needs - the wrong cleanser can actually harm your skin, causing irritation and inflammation. It’s important to remember that not all cleansers are suitable for all skin types.

    4. Avoid cleansers containing synthetic fragrance - We strongly recommend this for those who have sensitive skin. Individuals with sensitive skin can have dryness, itchiness and redness from using a synthetic perfumed cleanser. Before purchasing make sure to check the list of ingredients.

    5. Apply moisturiser after cleansing - even if you are using the gentlest cleanser, make sure you moisturize immediately after as the dry air attracts the moisture out of your skin.

    6. Cleanse twice a day…Morning and night - Our skin has to deal with numerous environmental factors on a daily basis; pollution, air conditioning, dirt and even weather. It is essential that all of these impurities are removed from your face for healthier, glowing skin.

    7. Exfoliate, exfoliate, exfoliate - Exfoliating your skin at least once a week is extremely beneficial. Exfoliators remove dead skin cells and ensures skin is smoother and brighter.

    Stay tuned for the next Cleansing Education blog posts and check all our cleansers here.


    September 29th, 2015

    Omorovicza Pop Up Store London

    We are thrilled to introduce our first Pop Up Urban Spa at Clifton Nurseries this October. For four days only, clients can experience an Omorovicza facial within the beautiful surroundings of London’s oldest garden emporium.

    Omorovicza created The Rose Hydralifting Facial exclusively for the event. Omorovicza facials combine skincare products with a unique and modern interpretation of the traditional Hungarian facial massage that treats face, neck, shoulders and décolleté. The massage increases the muscle tone and improves firmness, stimulating the lymphatic drainage, to eliminate excess fluid and toxins.

    The Rose Hydralifting Facial starts with a stimulating enzymatic cleanse and polish. A rose infused serum lifts and tightens and a rose-scented gold mask deploys hyaluronic acid in three different forms to plump and nourish the skin while bio-available gold repairs micro-damage to strengthen the skin. The nourishing mimosa-scented Miracle Facial Oil used in the traditional Hungarian facial massage boosts elasticity, lifts and firms. The treatment will last for thirty minutes and is suitable for all skin types. The booking fee, £25 is redeemable with any Omorovicza purchase.

    Following the treatment, an immune boosting juice, inspired by the floral ingredients used in Omorovicza products, completes the experience. The juices have been created exclusively for Omorovicza by the award winning Quince Tree Café.

    The Omorovicza Pop Up is open from the 15th – 18th of October between 11am – 4pm.

    To make an appointment please click here.

  • The Apartment
    NYFW and LFW

    September 24th, 2015

    The Apartment London and NY Fashion Week

    Omorovicza was thrilled to be an official Beauty Sponsor of The Apartment at New York and London Fashion Week this month.

    The Apartment was created 7 seasons ago by British beauty blogger Abi Marvel. The venue is a space which bloggers and influencers can use as a working and recreational hub throughout fashion week. Originally launching in London, the space has now expanded to New York and Paris Fashion Week.

    A selection of Omorovicza products were displayed within the bathrooms for guests to try at both New York and London Fashion Week; these included the Illuminating Moisturiser, Complexion Perfector BB Cream, Blue Diamond Concentrate and Gold Flash Firming Serum to name a few.

    Photo credits: Ashley Verse, Tom Martin and Dina Tsesarsky

  • Win VIP tickets to Art Market Budapest

    September 23rd, 2015

    Win VIP Tickets for Art Market Budapest Fair

    To celebrate the upcoming Art Market Budapest, we’ve teamed up with the international art fair to offer two lucky winners a pair of VIP tickets.

    Established in 2011, Art Market Budapest is considered Eastern Europe’s leading contemporary art fair, with a variety of more than 500 artists, from over 20 countries.

    The VIP Program is an inclusive package, which entitles the holder, exclusive access to services and events; backstage tours at numerous museums, entry passes to the VIP lounge and an invite to the official after party. This is in addition to a complimentary membership to the exclusive Brody House during the event, as well as discounts at numerous gastro partners.

    To enter the competition all you have to do is:

    1.Tweet or Instagram @Omorovicza, answering the following question:

    ‘Who is the guest of honour in 2015 at the Art Market Budapest?’ Don’t forget to include the #omartfair

    2.If you’re on Facebook follow our brand page and reply to our post with your answer using #omartfair

    The competition ends on the 3rd of October 2015.

    Good luck!

  • Oils vs Moisturisers

    September 22nd, 2015

    Omorovicza explains the differences between oils and moisturisers

    We’re always looking for ways to maintain healthier younger looking skin. Skin cells are held together by an abundance of oils and as we age, the production of these oils decrease. Skin subsequently becomes dull and dehydrated.

    To maintain a healthy glow, it is essential to give these oils back, by restoring the lipid barrier to help retain the skin’s moisture.

    We’re often asked which products are better to moisturise your skin – cream or oils? The answer is quite simply both; creams and oils can be incorporated into anyone’s skincare routine. Oils protect the skin’s lipid barrier and ensures moisture doesn’t evaporate from your skin. A common misconception is that applying an oil to acne-prone/greasy skin will clog pores, cause breakouts or leave a greasy film. The truth however is that most natural oils are easily absorbed and noncomedogenic (they don’t clog pores).

    Creams on the other hand are designed to penetrate the epidermis, leaving skin softer and hydrated. They contain a number of beneficial ingredients which ensures skin is replenished and damaged skin cells are repaired.

    You can find Omorovicza Moisturisers here and the Miracle Facial Oil here.

  • As seen in...

    September 22nd, 2015

    What Beauty Editors loved this month

    Loved by Beauty Editors this month…

    Grooming Editor Mandy Pang featured the Blue Diamond Eye Cream in last week’s feature on ten unusual ingredients in grooming products.

    ES Magazine Deluxe
    ES Magazine suggested to ‘streamline your morning beauty regime’ with our Complexion Perfector as an ‘all-in-one moisturiser, sunscreen, foundation, concealer and anti-ageing cream.’

    Vogue featured the Queen of Hungary Mist on their Twitter page as a London Fashion Week essential.

    The Metro newspaper described the Blue Diamond Eye Cream as an ‘Eye Cream that works like a gem.’

  • Four Seasons St. Petersburg
    wins as 'Best Russian Spa'

    September 17th, 2015

    Four Seasons St Peterburg Spa

    We’re delighted that Four Seasons St Petersburg won ‘Russian’s Best Hotel Spa’ at the World Spa Awards 2015 last night.

    The Luceo Spa at Four Seasons St Petersburg was constructed within a triangular courtyard of the original Lion Palace, taking inspiration for its name from ‘to be light’ or ‘shine’ in Latin. The spa creates a uniquely rich cultural experience in a refuge of utter relaxation. The spa offers a curated selection of Omorovicza signature treatments.

    To discover what our Omorovicza treatments entail, click here. You can see all Omorovicza Spa locations around the world on our website here.

  • Hot Off NYFW

    September 15th, 2015

    Hot Off New York Fashion Week Omorovicza and Rag&Bone

    It’s show time again… Last night, we went behind the scenes at the Rag&Bone show at New York Fashion Week to preview the trends for Spring 2016. Renowned make-up artist Gucci Westman relied on a selection of Omorovicza products to ensure the essence of the designers' cool, modern woman had the skin to match.

    Our co-founder Margaret de Heinrich unveils her trends highlights from the show: "I loved the hoop earrings and chic mixing of sports shoes with sexy dress".