Omorovicza Essentials Kit

I know I only mentioned this Omorovicza kit yesterday, but I am utterly obsessed, so here it is in a little more detail.

I’m so, so pleased that I discovered this kit from Omorovicza. I took it to L.A. with me and, without sounding like a twerp, it made a vast difference to my “beauty experience”. Usually I have to leave the luxury luxuries at home because they always come in really heavy packaging, which isn’t ideal for travelling. Now and then, I’ll decant into little travel pots, but the problem with that is that I get home and forget what’s in the little pots! So it was great to have my pampering products at hand when I was jetting about – a spritz of Queen of Hungary mist at regular intervals did wonders for the skin and soul!

So I like to have mini versions of the full-sized products, with at least a label to identify what’s inside. Even better when the minis are light, travel-friendly versions with actually quite amazing volumes! The Queen of Hungary Mist, for example, is 30ml, retail value approx £14. The two moisturisers are 20ml each, retail value approximately £38 (for the Rejuvenating Night Cream) and £34 for the Illuminating Moisturiser.

Then there are two extremely cute little pots of the thermal cleanser, which is excellent, and a luxury face mitt. I’m trying to work out what the sachets are in the photograph – I’m pretty sure they didn’t come in my pack, unless I threw them out with the foam packaging. I hope not! Anyway, the retail value of the kit is well over what it sells for, and at the moment it’s on offer at £50 instead of £75. Quite a good way of giving some of the range a try if you don’t want to fully commit to a massive moisturiser!

Omorovicza Essentials Kit is £75  £50 at

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