OMOROVICZA Miracle Face Oil Review
Beware of cheaper oils because they are evil. Cheaper oil contains less refined, and more processed ingredients. They contain fillers and additives in their ingredients. And worst of all, their molecular structure is not small enough to penetrate into your skin. So the oil just sits on top of your skin and clogs all your pores. And we all know that having clogged pores is a real curse. It leads to blackheads, whiteheads, enlarged pores and all sorts of dermatological problems.
Not all face oils are evil. There are, in fact, many very good face oils available on the market today. These oils contain the essential fatty acids your skin needs to stay hydrated. They act as a lipid barrier for your skin, protecting it against extreme weather conditions. They outperform cremes ( because creams are water based) with their moisture locking abilities for hydration. Basically they restore balance to the skin. Therefore the key to purchasing “high quality” face oils is to look for oils that have a molecular structure that is so small it can penetrate into your skin without clogging your pores. These products contain more powerful, and purer ingredients that are the perfect solution for skin that is distressed. And, yes, they are pricey. But a good face oil is highly concentrated, so a few drops goes a long way.
I have used many of the Omorovicza products from Budapest, Hungary. They are extremely luxurious, high end products and they are expensive. I actually like many of the serums and creams from this brand. In the fall, Omorovicza, like the other high end luxury brands such as Chanel and La Mer, came out with their own face oil. It is called Miracle Facial Oil, and it sells ($120.00 US) at Neiman Marcus.com . Miracle Oil is considered a dry oil, and the company claims that it reduces the depth of fine lines and wrinkles. What sets this oil apart is it’s delivery system. It is powered by a Hydro-mineral transference delivery system consisting of a blend of Hungary’s mineral-rich healing waters.Miracle Facial Oil can be used on your cuticles, split ends, skin, and as a booster to your everyday skin care regime. I would not spend $120.00 to use it on my cuticles, Essie makes a great apricot oil that is specifically made for cuticles and it is not expensive, nor would I use it on my split ends. Split ends are dead ends and the only way to get rid of them is to get a haircut.. Why I use it? To boost my skincare regime. If I am too lazy or too tired at night to deal with a full skin care production, (hard for me to admit-but things happen) I’ll massage a few drops of oil onto my face and skip the rest. I have really really dry skin, and when I use this Miracle Facial Oil solo my skin does feel more supple. My face feels smooth and silky, and it feels softer. In the morning. I put one or two drops in my serum or my moisturizer to give them a boost. At night three or four drops are enough to massage in my face and neck. Afterwards I still put on a moisturizer.
The color of Miracle Facial Oil is sunshine yellow, and my skin does have a more youthful glow immediately after I apply it. I think it could be the color of the oil that I am seeing, I am not certain that the actual nourishing ingredients in the oil have instantaneous ‘restoring your glow’ powers. But, what I really like is the slight smell of mimosa flowers that it exudes. It is subtle, and delicate, and it’s “not in your face”.
If you have ever tried other skincare products from Omorovicza, and you love them, I would definitely recommend for you to try this oil. I can say honestly that as a regime booster the oil performs well. If you have tried Miracle Facial Oil , let us know what your thoughts are. Do you feel you need to add oils to your skin care regime? If you want to know more details about the ingredients in the oil and their purpose , please read below.
The actual ingredients in Miracle Face Oil are derived from nut, fruit and plant extracts. They are all recognized for their antioxidant boosts.
The ingredients include:
Backiechiol – a plant derived retinol that acts like a chemical compound to promote collagen production and elastin
SeaBuchthorn Berry Oil – rich in vitamins A, C, E, and Omega 7 – to strengthen the skin by replenishing and restructuring it’s lipid matrix
Rosehip Oil – smooths fine lines
Almond Oil – softens and moisturizes
Borcege Seed Oil – maintains the integrity of the skin barrier
Paraben Free, Synthetic Color Free and Fragrance Free
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