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  • SPRING POP UP AT CLIFTON NURSERIES

    April 26th, 2016

    Omorovicza and Clifton Nurseries May 2016

    We are thrilled to be launching our third Pop Up Spa at Clifton Nurseries this May.

    We have created a radiating and illuminating treatment for the event, to ensure your skin is in tip-top condition for spring. Beginning with a stimulating cleanse and polish, a rose infused serum lifts and tightens the complexion. The new Ultramoor Mud Mask detoxifies and draws out impurities and the nourishing Miracle Facial Oil boosts elasticity, lifts and firms. The orange blossom and lavender fragrances from the iconic Queen of Hungary Mist uplifts the spirits and calms the mind.

    The treatment will last for thirty minutes and is suitable for all skin types. The booking fee £25, is redeemable with any Omorovicza purchase.

    The Omorovicza Pop Up Spa is open from the 13th – 14th of March between 11am – 4pm. The booking system will be live soon, so keep your eyes peeled on how to book your appointment..

    Clifton Nurseries, 5A, Clifton Villas, London, W9 2PH
    0207 289 6851


  • AUSTIN FASHION WEEK

    April 25th, 2016

    Omorovicza Austin Fashion Week 2016

    Last Thursday, Omorovicza was an official sponsor at Austin Fashion Week. Going into its 8th year, Austin Fashion Week is the largest fashion event in Texas. A number of runway shows are held throughout the event to showcase independent and emerging local designers.

    The make-up team used a selection of Omorovicza products on the models backstage. This varied from the Queen of Hungary Mist, to the Rejuvenating Night Cream, Blue Diamond Eye Cream, and the Balancing Moisturiser. The products ensured each model had a glowing and radiant complexion whilst walking down the runway.


  • Hydro Mineral Transference™

    April 22nd, 2016

    Did you know we developed a delivery system to enable the absorption of minerals into the epidermis? Learn more about how Hydro Mineral Transference™ works in our video.

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  • Spring in Hungary

    April 22nd, 2016

    Spring Budapest guide by Omorovicza

    Most travellers never venture further than the city of Budapest when visiting Hungary, missing a number of cultural and historical sights elsewhere. From wine tasting in Tokaj, to bathing in Lake Heviz, we recommend our favourite things to do in Hungary in spring.

    Esztergom
    This historical town is the birthplace of the country’s first king, St Stephen. It is also home to a number of beautiful palaces and churches, including the Neo Classical Esztergom Basilica – the seat of the Hungarian Catholic Church.

    Lake Heviz
    Lake Heviz is the largest thermal lake in Europe and the waters here are a toasty 38.5°C. We source the Hungarian Moor Mud for our products from this very location.

    Tokaj
    Hungary is becoming increasingly renowned for its sweet wine, primarily from the wine region Tokaj. Make the most of the warmer weather and visit this stunning area for a wine tasting tour.

    Hollókő
    This UNESCO World Heritage-listed village gives visitors a glimpse into Hungarian life in the 17th and 18th centuries. The village has been preserved as a traditional rural Palócz settlement and is a unique experience you won’t forget!

    Pécs
    This university town is located on the slopes of the Mecsek mountains. Full of cultural monuments and sights, Pécs is regularly on traveller’s ‘must-see’ list!


  • Facial Events in London

    April 20th, 2016

    Omorovicza Facial Events April 2016

    Omorovicza facials and body treatments are the perfect complement to your daily skincare regime. They combine a unique Hungarian massage technique with our award winning skincare, leaving skin lifted, rejuvenated and luminous for days afterwards. During April we will be hosting facials events in Liberty. Read below for more information.

    Liberty
    A selection of facial treatments is available at Liberty. The booking fee for all facials is £85 and is fully redeemable against two Omorovicza purchases on the day.

    In addition, during this period we will be offering our new and exclusive ‘Back, Shoulder and Neck’ treatment which lasts for 45 minutes. The booking fee is £50 and redeemable against two Omorovicza purchases on the day.

    Call 0207 5739402 or email Cynthia Vanzella on Cynthia@omorovicza.com to make a booking.

    You can see all our events dates here


  • Minerals - Healing Waters
    part II

    April 19th, 2016

    Master the Science of Beauty - Healing Waters

    Today we are highlighting the benefits of Magnesium, Manganese, Zinc, Copper and Selenium in our latest post in the 'Master The Science of Beauty' series

    Magnesium
    Magnesium has the capacity to detoxify the epidermis and cleanse the skin. It is very effective in treating areas that are prone to have allergic reactions. Additionally the mineral helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Magnesium also balances the skin, reducing the production of sebum and thus reducing pore size.

    Manganese
    Manganese is a required co-factor for an exzyme called prolidase, which in turn is necessary to produce collagen as a structural component of the skin. The mineral is subsequently essential to youthful and stronger skin. In addition, manganese functions as an antioxidant in skin cells. It helps to protect the skin against oxygen-related damage and also against UV ray damage.

    Zinc
    Zinc is found in all cells of our body and as a result our skin cells are particularly dependent on its powerful properties. This mineral keeps skin healthy and glowing from the inside. It works as an antioxidant by reducing the formation of damaging free radicals and increasing collagen production. It also helps heal and rejuvenate skin by increasing the production of new cells. Finally, it helps to clear clogged pores and regulates sebum production.

    Copper
    Copper plays an important role in maintaining healthy skin. It increases the production of collagen and elastin, which maintains skin’s strength, reducing fine lines and wrinkles for smoother, younger-looking skin. In addition, it helps to heal and hydrate the skin as copper ions stimulates its regeneration over time.

    Selenium
    Selenium is an antioxidant mineral responsible for tissue elasticity. This essential mineral neutralizes free radicals and other skin-damaging compounds before they can lead to wrinkles. It also protects against UV-induced cell damage, skin inflammation and pigmentation. As a result skin stays healthy, smooth and radiant.


  • The Third Annual Fashion Forward Fund Gala

    April 18th, 2016

    Omorovicza Nashville Fashion Week 2016

    Last week we partnered with the Third Annual Fashion Forward Fund Gala in Nashville. The event was held to close Nashville Fashion Week. The weeklong runway and trunk shows came to an end with a cocktail party, dinner and awards presentation. The Nashville Fashion Forward Fund award was also announced during the evening. For the event we donated a Thermal Cleansing Balm for all guests who attended the gala.

    Omorovicza can be located in Private Edition, Nashville.


  • Minerals – Healing waters

    April 15th, 2016

    Mineral rich waters and Omorovicza

    As we explained in the last blog post of our ‘Master The Science of Beauty’ series, the main point of difference of Omorovicza is the mineral rich waters we use in all our products. Each mineral in these waters has targeted benefits for the skin. Today we are highlighting the benefits of Sulphide, Potassium and Calcium.

    Sulphide
    Sulphide has an extremely soothing effect on the skin, helping to treat dry and peeling skin (e.g. in psoriasis and dermatitis). As a result it is perfect for sensitive skin. Sulphide also increases cellular renewal, facilitating the regeneration of dry and cracked skin. The mineral is especially important for body care as it tones up and firms the skin, reducing the appearance of stretch marks and cellulite.

    Potassium
    One of the reasons why many people suffer from dry skin is due to a deficiency in potassium. Potassium keeps the skin moisturised and hydrated internally and externally. In addition, potassium also increases the production of new skin cells; as a result it improves lacklustre and dull skin. Finally, it acts as a pH level balancer for the skin, helping to regulate sebum production, reducing blemishes and fading scars away.

    Calcium
    Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the human body and as a result benefits include cell renewal, lipid barrier functions and antioxidant protection from DNA damage. Calcium in the epidermis increases the generation of skin cells to replace old ones. The mineral subsequently slow downs the ageing process, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

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  • Meet the Master at Space NK

    April 15th, 2016

    Meet the founder Margaret at Space NK Bath

    Our co-founder Margaret de Heinrich de Omorovicza will be talking about the origins and inspirations behind the brand at Space NK Bath on the 21st of April between 12 to 4pm. Margaret will be sharing her knowledge on skincare and giving personal consultations on the day. Plus there will be champagne and chocolates a plenty.

    The event is being held to celebrate Space NK’s participation in Bath in Fashion. Please visit or contact the Bath store to reserve your place:

    Address: 10 New Bond Street, Bath, BA1 1BE
    Telephone: 01225 482 804

    The £40 booking fee is fully redeemable against any purchases made on the day and includes a rather generous goody bag!


  • Master The Science of Beauty – The Healing Waters

    April 13th, 2016

    Master the Science of Beauty - Omorovicza

    The main point of difference between Omorovicza and other skincare brands lies in the water we use. The majority of skincare products contain between 50% and 80% of water. Each and every product within the Omorovicza range (excluding oils) contains not only water, but mineral rich water from Budapest, Hungary. This city has the largest number of thermal springs in the world.

    These Hungarian waters are unique as a result of the abundance of minerals within them. Here the earth’s crust is thinner, so waters gather more beneficial minerals as they journey to the surface. There are upwards of twenty minerals and trace elements within the waters we extract. These minerals have a number of beneficial effects on the skin including anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and rejuvenating properties.

    To ensure these beneficial minerals can be absorbed effectively into the epidermis, we developed and patented a mineral delivery system called Hydro Mineral Transference™. This delivery system transforms the minerals into complex compounds to ensure they can penetrate the skin.

    #masterthescienceofbeauty


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