Omorovicza - Queen of Hungary face mist

Omorovicza is a brand that has been brought to my attention by Ruth Crilly (A Model Recommends) a couple of years ago. The Hungarian brand launched their first store in Budapest back in 2006. The entire range is made from naturally derived ingredients and is paraben and silicone free. They also give synthetic fragrances, colours and microbeads a miss, which is always a winner in my books. 

I've tried my fair share of trial sizes and sample sachets, but never took the plunge and purchased a fullsize product since they don't come cheap. So when I spotted the much raved about, travel sized, Queen of Hungary face mist around christmas last year I couldn't resist and oh my, it's beautiful. Not only does it come in the most beautiful glass bottle, it also smells divine. The mist is desribed as a toner and hydrating mist in one, making this the perfect allrounder. Whether you're taking this on holiday with you to calm down parched skin or just need some hydration throughout the day, the QOH mist has got you covered. It contains orange blossom, rose and sage waters which probably make for the gorgeous scent and Hungarian mineral-rich water known for its healing properties. The nozzle is super fine and distributes the product evenly, so you don't end up with big droplets all over your face; something a lot of cheaper face mists lack. This is the fifth step in my routine, right after I've double cleansed, put on eyecream and used my Pixi Glow Tonic (or the Nip+Fab glycolic acid pads!). I let it sink in and follow with serum and a moisturising spf in the mornings. The scent is without doubt one of the most amazing I've ever smelled. I also took this on holiday with me when we were in Bali and this, next to my Antipodes mask and spf obviously, was all I needed. It visibly hydrates dry skin and makes it feel plump again. Like I said, it doesn't come cheap at £46 for a 100 ml bottle but it's so worth it. If money wasn't an object, I'd be buying one of each from their skincare range!

Have you tried anything from Omorovicza? What is your favourite face mist?

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