Jeez Lousie – this mask really does do what it says it’s going to do, and more; I have used it twice now and both times it has surprised me with it’s sheer effectiveness. These Omorovicza people don’t mess about, I’m telling you – using this mask is like sending your face for a full-on, no-joke facial. To quote Cult Beauty, you shouldn’t do this mask “before a big event”. Why? Because it works so bloody well, that’s why – every impurity that you didn’t know about comes a-racing to the surface, every pimple and blemish that was hiding away suddenly pops its head up, every blotch and red mark that has ever graced your face will, without a shadow of a doubt, make an appearance.

I was seriously worried, the day after I used this mask, that I had developed adult acne. I have never had so many spots! They disappeared pretty sharpish though, and after that my skin looked and felt amazing. As well as drawing out impurities, the minerals in the mud detoxify, brighten and revitalise the skin. This is a very active, potent mask that you can definitely feel working – it tingles for the first few minutes, and then starts to tighten as it dries. After 20 minutes you rinse it off with warm water – I used a soft face mitt to gently remove it.

I love the fact that you can visibly see results with this mask, even if (for me, at least!) it’s in the form of blemishes coming up to the surface. I think that I’m going to use this mask once a month as a really thorough deep-cleansing ritual – around the time that I start to get a bit hormonal and oily-skinned. It’s so enormously powerful that I daren’t use it too regularly; I’m going to keep it in a lead-lined box fixed with a padlock! This mask costs £55 and you only need a small dollop each time, so it would easily last out a whole year, I should think. This is definitely a mask to consider if you’re into your home facials – it’s stronger and more effective than most cleansing facials that I’ve had, and it’s straightforward to use. It’s nicely scented – doesn’t smell too ‘muddy’, and the packaging is heavy and expensive; a luxurious product that packs a serious beauty punch!

Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask is £57 from Cult Beauty

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  1. […] options if you’re looking for deep-cleansing and skin-polishing (I love Omorovicza’s Deep Cleansing Mask and Glamglow and Alpha-H’s Liquid Gold Mask) but none of these offer that extra little […]

  2. Cherie says:

    Hi Ruth, I tried this mask for the first time about a week ago. It’s really powerful, and I think I’m getting the same results as you did, ie. spots coming up to the surface! The rest of my face looks and feels a lot smoother and clearer. I’m just hoping the spotty bits would calm down soon and look great as well…

  3. [...] video, really, and perhaps I’ll try and do that early next year – things like the Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask and StriVectin‘s SD Eye Cream would definitely be way up there in the higher realms of my [...]

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  5. hannah says:

    Hi what if you have acne prone skin? Can you use this mask then? Im guessing the blemishes that come up are gonna come up at some point anyway right? Might aswell get rid of them with one swoop? Scared tho :(

  6. [...] suppose you could say that it’s just the product working properly! One of my favourites, the Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask makes me look as though I’ve been in battle the day after I use it, but then a few days [...]

  7. Becker says:

    Hi! I’m a model as well.. Fairly new to the business. I do so much commercial work on a constant basis and my skin has started to break out like it never did before! Any tips beside this mask? (which I have already ordered) .. Armani Exchange is one of my best clients and I work for them next week and my skin has gone wild :(!! Xoxox

  8. Ana says:

    Sounds great. Would love to win one! I get your posts via email x

  9. Leslie says:

    I have a few areas of my face that are prone to blackheads..actually they seem to stand their ground on a permanent basis..but hopefully a product like this would rid me of them for a period of time. I must admit I’m a bit scared to imagine my skins reaction to this.. Oh…but my curiosity is just so much stronger =)

  10. olga says:

    Oooh I am so in need of a product like this one!!I have seen you using alpha h cleanser on your clarisonic video and I have decided to give it a go,it was cheap on QVC hehe,are you still using it?is the clarisonic worth it too?x

  11. Hedy says:

    Do you think the mask would be beneficial for someone with very sensitive combination skin? I’d give it a try, but it’s really expensive here in Germany, so I’d like to make sure that I can really use it before buying.

    • Ruth Crilly says:

      Possibly not – I would hate to recommend it if it caused a reaction! It’s pretty strong… However, it is natural. I’m sure they might send you a sachet sample if they do them?

  12. Anna D says:

    does your skin go wild after using so many different products on it?
    i’m afraid mine might!

  13. Karen says:

    This looks like a pretty hardcore mask.
    For the past year I have been having the basic Elemis 30 minute facial, once a month at a local spa for a treat. At £28.00 a time it was fine, but now I’m really into trying out home facial’s. I think I will treat myself to this when my Murad facial kit run’s out. I think this will be really great for those oily times, but was just wondering, can you recommend a luxury mask that’s more moisturising for parched winter skin? I know in a month or so i’ll really need one.
    Any recommendations would be great. x Thank you x

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