How are you doing? Today’s post is one I mentioned on my previous one, about the Omorovicza Copper Peel Mask.
I was given a set of the products by a friend and she told me this brand was all the rage now. Honestly, I had never hear about it (please tell me I wasn’t the only one 😛 )! It’s an Hungarian luxury skincare brand that has been making its way up the ‘luxury skincare’ ladder for the past years. If you’re curious to try it, you can either purchase the products online (with the right to a few samples) or go to Sephora (or Sephora’s website) and see what you fancy. The same friend who gave me these also gave me a sample of the Cleansing Balm, which, as I mentioned on that same post, I didn’t like at all
For those of you that, like me, had never heard about this product, it comes in a set like this:
This is what it says on their website:
This foaming two-phase peel, combining a blue copper paste and a lactic acid activator, polishes and smoothes complexion and visibly reduces pore size for a brighter, more even skin tone.
Quick and easy, an application feels like a facial at home!
- Detoxify skin and regulate sebum with copper gluconate.
- Refine and smooth the micro-relief of the skin to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles with deeply cleansing sodium bicarbonate and lactic acid (of vegetal, not animal origin).
- Leave skin firmer, more supple and younger-looking as Hydro Mineral Transference™ delivers minerals deep into the skin.
The first step is to apply (not rub!) the Paste (aka green tube) onto dry skin – face and neck -, avoiding lips and eye area. For each application, you should use about half of the tube, leaving the skin with a noticeable layer of the product.
Then you apply the Activator (aka clear tube) – again, about half a tube – on top of the paste. This will result in the formation of a white lather, which you should gently massage into your skin for about two minutes. Rinse thoroughly afterwards.
It’s suitable for all skin types and the prices are as follows:
⋅ A set of 8 tubes: €75 / $85 / £55
⋅ A set of 16 tubes: €110 / $160 / £95
Though this product won the Vogue Beauty Award (in 2014) for Best of Skincare: Exfoliating Product, I have to admit that I just didn’t notice that big a difference on my skin after I’ve used it. And for its price, I was expecting miracles! I’ve only used it twice, though. Maybe it needs more applications for the effects to be noticeable…
If you’ve used this product, please let me know how you got on with it so I know if it didn’t work on me because it needed more applications or if it just doesn’t work that well…
→ Overall opinion: 3 out of 5. If you really want to try it and have the money to spend, then go ahead. But if, like me, you’re more on a budget and if you’re spending money on a product it better work, then I’d avise you to look elsewhere.