Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask

Omorovicza are a super expensive skincare brand and I have to admit, the prices do put me off trying some of their products as I…

Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask

Omorovicza are a super expensive skincare brand and I have to admit, the prices do put me off trying some of their products as I feel like skincare can be so hit and miss. I like that Omorovicza feature often within beauty boxes, especially from the likes of LookFantastic. I love reading lots of the Omorovicza reviews, as their products are so frequently raved about.

The Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask was featured within a Mankind Christmas gift set collection and I knew I needed this mask as I’ve heard nothing but amazing things, and at a full price of £68 for a 50ml size, it’s very pricey.

Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask

Much more than a deep-cleansing facial treatment, this calcium and magnesium-rich Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask clears congested pores and brightens tone as it draws out impurities. Moor mud purifies the skin without leaving it taut.

  • Deeply cleanse and nourish the skin with Hungarian Moor mud, rich in calcium and magnesium carbonate.
  • Draw out toxins and impurities while naturally absorbing pore-clogging oil with white clay.
  • Leave skin firmer, more supple and younger-looking as HYDRO MINERAL TRANSFERENCE™ delivers minerals deep into the skin.

Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask

OMOROVICZA DEEP CLEANSING MASK REVIEW

The mask comes with its own little spatula and can be used 1-2 times a week, by those with dry, oily, combination or normal skin. Once applied to the skin, I do get a little of tingling action for a few minutes which I guess is down to the active ingredients combined with how sensitive my skin is.

It’s a great mask for when you have 15-20 minutes to spare, especially if your skin has been particularly congested or you’ve been plagued by blemishes, as it really does have an instant clarifying effect on the skin.

I don’t suffer from oily skin, but I bet this would be amazing for those that do, as the clay would work as a magnet to draw out impurities and excess oil for a clearer, and more purified complexion. Mostly with clay masks, they tend to be quite stripping on the skin but that’s not something I’ve experienced with the Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask at all.

It’s a very nice mask but for me, it doesn’t offer the wow factor that the GLAMGLOW masks; especially SuperMud and YouthMud give me as they work wonders on the skin, and they’re both cheaper than this mask, so I’d prefer to buy a GLAMGLOW mask, but I’m very happy I finally got to try such a cult favourite.

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