OMOROVICZA DEEP CLEANSING MASK, THE PURIFYING MASK WHICH DOESN’T FEEL LIKE ONE
When it comes to deep cleansing masks, most skincare brands like to pack on the harsh, slightly drying ingredients to insure a drastic before and after effect on the skin. I, for one, prefer something a little bit more skin friendly, yet, every now and then, a cleansing mask would surprise me by reaching the right balance between deep cleansing and respecting the skin. The Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask is one of them.
Before it even dries down, the Deep Cleansing Mask already feels very different from the usual thick, almost suffocating mask consistencies: it is thinner, sheerer and much more lightweight than the average. The scent isn’t too suffocating or overpowering either, it’s fresh, light and doesn’t linger during the 15 to 20 I have it on. In fact, it’s one of those masks I almost forget I have on: with the exception of the first minute, it doesn’t tickle or hurt the skin and, if it does tighten the pores, it never does it unpleasantly.
This is the reason why I find this mask so unusual: it doesn’t look (or feel) like it is doing much, but once rinsed off, it reveals a beautiful clear, fresh and refined skin. It gets rid of dry patches, but also works on skin texture, breakouts and blackheads -when used frequently-. I will forever need -who doesn’t?- the following mist, serum and moisturizer routine after a cleansing mask, yet I wouldn’t say that the Deep Cleansing Mask is drying or irritating on the skin, quite the contrary: it’s the only purifying mask which I’m able to use more than once a week without dehydrating my skin.
The Deep Cleansing Mask is expensive and, to a certain extent, I feel like I have to be quite generous with it, yet Omorovicza has built itself quite a reputation in my sensitive skin’s skincare cupboard lately, developing hard-working skincare which doesn’t threaten the skin’s delicacy, something my blog is all about!