Omorovicza Thermal Cleansing Balm- Review

Omorovicza heralds from Hungary and combines their unique healing waters and mineral-rich mud with new scientific and technological advances to create really exciting skincare.I finally got my paws on a sample split and squeeze sachet of their cult thermal cleansing balm. I first read about it a few weeks ago in ES magazine, where I heard that it was unbelievably good at removing make-up and grime whilst ridding pores of dirt and therefore making them appear smaller and finer. Definitely my kind of cleanser, I also have a penchant for cleansing balms for the evening as I feel like using a hot flannel is the only way to truly get my skin super clean.


I’ve been using it for the last few nights and whilst I miss the beautiful scent of my usual Emma Hardie cleansing balm, I’ve noticed that the under-the-skin lurkers I’ve had around my mouth have come out much quicker than usual and my skin is generally more glowing and it certainly feels unbelievably clean. Will I fork out for the full sized product? At £46 it’s pretty steep so I think I’m going to reserve judgement, go back to my more wallet friendly Emma Hardie balm and compare my skin thoroughly before deciding, but it certainly is tempting especially as my skin feels less oily in general. Here’s a photo of me on Saturday night with my full face of make up and then post Omorovicza cleanse- you can see that my skin is absolutely glowing and very clean looking without a scrap of makeup on, a definite bonus!


Before cleansing- full face of makeup 


Post cleansing- using Bioderma followed by thermal cleansing balm. Zero make up. 

Buy the thermal cleansing balm online here from Cult Beauty

Have a lovely Wednesday all!

Have any of you tried any Omorovicza products?





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