Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask
With the exception of everything from The Ordinary, few products have impressed me this year and that’s mostly because I’ve moved away from experimenting with skincare and instead have stuck with what works. Despite having a sizeable collection of trusty masks already i.e. Tony Moly I’m Real Tomato Sheet Mask for an instant glow, Avène Cleanance Mask for when I’m breaking out etc. I received the Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask for my birthday and decided it’d be worth venturing out from the products I’m used to as I’ve heard raving reviews about Omorovicza.
According to Omorovicza the “calcium and magnesium-rich mask clears congested pores and brightens tone as it draws out impurities. Moor mud purifies the skin without leaving it taut”. The mask is also rich in zinc, an ingredient I look for in products for my acne-prone skin.
I found that the Deep Cleansing Mask either 1) brings everything to the surface 2) makes your spots vanish overnight – deciding to take a gamble by using this before an important event is at your discretion! It’s a very effective mask with somewhat immediate results, but at £60 you might want something a little more powerful. The Ordinary has demonstrated that great skincare needn’t be expensive, and so if you’re on a budget and would like similar results consider L’Oreal Paris’ Pure Clay Detox Mask or the previously mentioned Avène mask.