Mask Monday: Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask

Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask

There are three products in the Omorovicza Moor Mud range and I absolutely love all three of them – they’re like congestion-fighting clay skincare for grown-ups; luxurious, packed full of beautiful and hard-working ingredients and just generally a joy to use.  I highly recommend checking out the other products in the range (here’s the cult Thermal Cleansing Balm and the here’s the star that is the Refining Facial Polisher) but today I thought I’d share with you my thoughts on the Deep Cleansing Mask.

Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask Review

As it’s part of the Moor Mud range, it is clay style product designed for reducing congestion, clearing pores, soothing spots and generally purifying.  It’s powerful but gentle and contains a wealth of skincare loveliness, such as the aforementioned Hungarian Moor Mud, alongside mineral-rich healing waters and the brand’s Hydro Mineral Transference system that helps deliver the benefits of the minerals into the deeper layers of the skin.

Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask Reviews

The product itself is a creamy, light grey that feels lovely and cooling on the skin without any tightness.  If you hate the tightness that comes with traditional clay masks then you’ll love this, as it’s both gentle and effective.  It’s actually so gentle that I often leave it on for a couple of hours to really sooth and treat angry breakouts, whilst also pulling all the nasties to the surface to clarify my skin.  It’s so handy when your skin feels congested and a bit grubby, such as after a heavy weekend, as this is the most cleansing mask I’ve ever used that doesn’t pull out all the moisture alongside the nasties.

Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask Review Acne

The Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask is award-winning and extremely popular, for very good reason; as with all Omorovicza products, it manages to straddle the line between high performance and luxurious and excels at both, making it one of the few independent skincare lines that can justify its price tag.  Because it’s so gentle, I’d say there are very skin types who would struggle with this, but of course patch test if in doubt.  It’s £57 here – link – and here – link.

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