There are few beauty products that I would genuinely get excited about. Like, truly excited. Because, afterall… they’re just products?! But this cleansing balm from Omorovicza is wonderful.
I only had a tiny sample pot that came with a beauty box, but I’ve been trying to drag it out for as long as possible. It’s that good.
Omorovicaza Thermal Cleansing Balm
So why all the fuss?
First of all, you open the lid and get hit by the most sumptuous of fragrances. It’s earthy and uplifting. It does smell like a luxury spa, which given that the main source materials are said to come from thermal baths in Hungary it is not so surprising. They have certainly achieved optimal luxury smell. In fact, the fragrance is positively addictive; I could sit and whiff the stuff all day. It’s divine.
But does it actually work?
The balm is solid in the pot and an almost intimidatingly dark colour (that would be the Hungarian mud then) for a cleanser. You scoop out a little with your fingers and begin massaging into your face. It immediately emulsifies into an oil-like cleanser and a little goes a long way. It’s wonderfully soothing as massaged all over the face.
I remove it with a hot flannel rinsed several times. The result is skin that feels super clean but calm and nourished. I can imagine this feels even more amazing when the rest of the range is added. I personally like to smooth a gentle facial oil or moisturiser on afterwards.
“This uniquely natural black balm glides on clear to remove all make-up and impurities without stripping the skin, to leave it radiant, soft and silky-smooth.
Amazingly gentle, Omorovicza Thermal Cleansing Balm removes even the most resilient make-up without irritating the delicate eye area.”
Now, this is not a cheap product. It retails at around £46 so you have to be willing to invest. However, if you were going to spend your money on a high-end skincare product this would be an ideal cleanser to go with. I would certainly recommend it.