After going through my Omorovicza rejuvenating night cream and falling completely in love with it, I decided to try out other products from this brand. Eventually, along with many other things, I picked up this pricy refining facial polisher when Cult Beauty was running a promotion last year. I’ve given it a good use over the past couple of months and have to say, I hate it that I love it.
Like other Omorovicza products, this facial polisher has its signature scent, which to me smells like an organic garden filled with fresh greens and flowers, it’s the kind of scent that feels expensive and luxurious but not overpowering – you can tell, I’m terrible at describing scent. But what I’m trying to say here is that it has a pleasant scent, and it smells like a lovely product to put on your face.
I don’t have super sensitive skin, but I’m still very picky when it comes to facial exfoliating cleanser. Back a few years ago, I used a rather harsh facial polisher regularly (cannot recall the exact product now), only to find out later that I’ve actually made my skin too thin and too fragile, which is never a good thing. But when I switched to a super gentle exfoliator, such as the Skin Inc. pure revival peel, which everyone seems to love, I found it useless on my skin. So it’s fair to say that I have tested quite a few on the market, but have been struggling to find the one that’s gentle enough but still does the job.
Now, the hunt is over, this Omorovicza facial polisher ticks all the boxes for me. It’s gentle on the skin as the beats are very fine (imagine the softest sand on the beach you have touched, the texture of this exfoliator is pretty similar to that), but it thoroughly exfoliates away the dead skin and remove all the dirts that have been built on your face, and leaves your skin feeling baby soft, detoxed and refreshed. Not kidding, every time after washing, I always cannot help but keeping touching my face and amazed at how magical this little tube is. Most products claim to give the glow back to your face, but only a few really live up to the claim, and this is one of them.
Oh, did I mention this facial polisher is green? A beautiful emerald green. I believe the Hungarian mud is the reason behind this color (? Don’t quote me…). And because of the color, when you spread out the product on your face, you can actually tell if you have applied them evenly, pretty cool, if you ask me.
After this polisher, I always follow up with either heavy duty facial mask to dose up my skin’s hydration level, or straight up using a facial serum, such as my beloved Odacité Lemongrass radiant effect serum concentrate. With this combo, I can literally transform my skin from dull and lackluster to glowing and radiant in one night.
No doubt it comes with a hefty price tag, but it is one of the best I’ve tried and would probably go to panic mode when I’m running low on this.