Omorovicza Queen of Hungary

Omorovicza is also one of my most favourite skincare brands. The Hungarian brand has a truly impressive range of skincare products that are usually worth every penny. I said usually, as there always are one of two products that just do not seem to work. But that is normal. My point is that Omorovicza is probably the one brand whose products never really disappointed me. There might have been a couple that I did not enjoy as much, but they were still good products. Anyway, enough chit chat. You know me, if you allow me to keep speaking, I will never finish or I will, but only after going on one more tangent or even two. Let’s see how the Queen of Hungary mist compares to the rest of Omorovicza’s offering. This product was included in the Liberty Beauty Advent Calendar as the 20th product.

Omorovicza Queen of Hungary Mist

Before I go into more details, I have to say that I am very picky when it comes to mists. To be honest, I don’t really believe in them all that much. So unless a mist helps keep my makeup in place or can be used to create my own sheet masks, I don’t really bother investing in them. There have been some exceptions, but not many. If you love mists, then good for you. This is a judgement free zone, or at least I try to make it one.

Okay, so now let’s talk specifics. The Omorovicza Queen of Hungary Mist is supposed to be instantly refreshing, to balance the skin and to offer long lasting hydration. Fun fact, this is recorded as the world’s first ever perfume that was formulated for Queen Elizabeth of Hungary in the 14th century.

Does the mist do what it is supposed to do? Look, I honestly do not know about the hydration bit. I did not find the mist to be super hydrating. However, my skin did calm down after using this mist. The skin did look more balanced in time and after repeated use. But the most useful feature of this product was the fact that the mist is super refreshing. There was a hot summer a couple of years ago and I honestly do not know how I could have survived without this mist. It was my perfect companion when out and about as it offered immediate relief, no matter how short lived.

Now let’s talk about the ingredients for a bit. I think this is something that you might be interested in.

The Queen Of Hungary mist is formulated with glycerin which is very good for dry skin. But other than that, I cannot say that I spotted any particularly good ingredients. There are many good ones, but nothing worth mentioning. However, on the other hand, there are quite a few ingredients that concern me a bit. Remember this mist was sort of formulated as a perfume back in the 14th century. The mist from Omorovicza is formulated using Linalool, Geraniol and Citronellol, all of which are known allergens. The mist also contains Polysorbate 20 can trigger fungal acne so if you suffer from this condition, then thread lightly.

I have not experienced any negative effects nor allergic reactions, but there is a possibility and I wanted to ensure you were aware of it.

Other than that, there is not much else I can say about this product. This is not really a product I use for any other use than just a mist. This is not a product I apply on top of makeup often. I sometimes do, but to refresh my makeup and make it more glowy rather than use it to fix my makeup.

Another thing that I forgot to mention is that the spray is great. It is quite fine, maybe not as fine as the one of the Melon Mist from Make The Make, but still pretty fine. Also, the bottle the mist comes in is made of glass and it is reusable.

Overall, while I am not head over heels in love with this product, I have been using it for several years and I never said that I would not use it again. I quite enjoy it from time to time and it is really a great ally when you cannot handle the heat. So if this is the kind of product you are looking for, then I do suggest you give the Queen of Hungary mist from Omorovicza a try.

Where can you buy the Queen of Hungary Mist?

 

Have you tried anything from Omorovicza before? How does the mist sound?

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