I really do love Omorovicza; they’re just one of those charismatic brands that makes you feel instantly better the minute you start using them – they perfectly straddle that tricky skincare ground of skincare that feels indulgent and pampering, whilst also providing noticeable results. I say this almost every time I talk about Omorovicza, but I don’t think you can beat them for cleansers (if you haven’t tried them, start with the Thermal Cleansing Balm, then move on to the Cashmere Cleanser, and if you’re not all cleansered out, squeeze in a session with the Hydra Melting Cleanser too – so much cleanser joy!
I tried the first silver launch from Omorovicza at the end of 2018, which was the Silver Skin Saviour mask, and I definitely liked it, but as it’s a product designed for treating spots and congestion, it wasn’t something I could fully utilise as I was mostly spot-free. Fast forward to July 2020, quarantine central, and my skin is RUBBISH, so I need all the help I can get, which is why I revisited the Silver Skin Saviour mask whilst also trying out the two new additions to the Omorovicza silver collection, the Silver Skin Tonic and the Silver Skin Lotion.
I’ve already reviewed the Omorovicza Silver Skin Saviour here, but I will say that if you’re like me – you have adult skin that isn’t necessarily oily, but still prone to breakouts – this is a superstar product that you need in your skincare collection. It basically does all the things you like in a clay mask without that nasty drying experience that I personally hate. It calms, soothes and definitely reduces inflammation. It does leave you a bit red, but this calms down and I can always see an improvement in breakouts the morning after use. It’s £69 here – link.
The aforementioned mask is my favourite of the silver trio, but a close second is the Omorovicza Silver Skin Tonic, which is a toner for problem skin that contains colloidal silver, niacinamide and salicylic acid – a dream trio of ingredients that work together to calmly correct issues associated with breakouts. The reason I like this so much is because it’s effective, but it happily slots into all manner of routines; I’ve used it before retinol and there are no issues. It’s £59 here – link – I don’t often focus on packaging, but how gorgeous is that bottle?
The final product in this lovely trio is the Omorovicza Silver Skin Lotion, which is basically a treatment moisturiser for tricky skin. It’s a serum-like consistency and feels lovely and cool on the skin, so it’s perfect for the warmer months if you don’t want to wear anything too heavy. By default this is my least favourite product as the other two are so fab, but I also can’t see myself using this as I have such difficult skin that needs a lot of hydration (or it breaks out more – fun!) so this is the sort of product that I would recommend for more traditionally breakout-prone types that have issues with excessive oiliness, as this will mattify (but not too much – no clay-like dryness here) and sooth blemishes without causing any other issues. It’s £85 here – link.
I notice there’s a bundle set where you can buy all three together for £160, so that gives you a saving of £53 which is a really good saving. There’s also a sample set that you can purchase which appears to be just sachets. Find both sets here – link.
Disclosure: PR samples – I have not been paid to feature these products.