Wednesday 11 May 2016

Review: Omorovicza Thermal Cleansing Balm


The Promise: "This gentle facial cleansing balm removes all makeup, including waterproof mascara, and cleanses all skin types without stripping to leave the complexion soft, hydrated and radiant"

The Price: £48.00 / $110.00 50ml

The Stockist: / Sephora

The Application: Unlike other balm cleansers, Omorovicza's Thermal Cleansing Balm doesn't feel overly oily on the skin, even post-application. It has a very thin, lightweight consistency and only the smallest amount is required per use - I tend to use a little over a pea-sized amount when taking off the inches of makeup I wear on your average day. The Cleansing Balm feels calming on the skin and can be worked in easily, bringing up every inch of dirt and makeup to the skin's surface.

Omorovicza's hero cleanser (as far as I'm concerned, of course) comes in a gorgeous glass jar, equipped with a mini mitt and adorable little spatula. These little spatulas aren't just cute...they're crazy helpful; especially for us girls with clawish acrylics! Now the balm is black, however its rich colour disappears the second it's worked into the skin. It also has a very earthy/muddy scent that I'm not feeling, however this is because Omorovicza never use synthetic I can't be mad.

The Results: The Thermal Cleansing Balm does an amazing job at removing all dirt and makeup from my face in one round. It cleanses my skin so deeply that it's the only remover I reach for after a heavy night out. Once it's removed, my skin is left supple and not remotely oily or, worst, stripped of moisture. It also leaves skin a little brighter too!


The Pro: This is a deep cleaning cleanser that applies like a dream and looks beautiful in a bathroom cabinet!

The Con: Omorovicza's Thermal Cleansing Balm is one expensive cleanser. So unless you're a rich bitch, I would recommend using this more as a treatment.

PR sample

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