Omorovicza Queen Oil Review
[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] Oil lovers – there is a treat in store! It’s been a while since I’ve tested a new facial oil so this is a treat for me too. In texture, Omorovicza Queen Oil Review, is completely heavenly – it’s light, immediately at home on the skin and so nicely scented – a combination of sweet and soothing. As you might expect, you’ll need to dig deep for this one – it’s £115.
I think perhaps you would describe this as an SOS oil – that moment when you realise, as the spring light changes everything, that your skin has had a hard winter. Mine seems to have a hard winter every single damn winter and always needs something to rev it up again. The brand suggests that it’s ideal for dehydrated skin or skin that has been over treated (by that I understand suffering from the effects of acids or retinols – but I see customer reviews claiming to improve rosacea and redness) as well as hormonal fluctuations (but I don’t see any back up of that claim). Queen Oil’s Strength is in its use of omegas that target the skin’s lipid levels and locking moisture into your complexion.
I feel that if your lipid levels are restored, many things fall into place such as plumpness and unfurling of any fine creases but it depends on how you prefer to take your lipids – a luxurious oil like this, or from more basic (and purse friendly source). I loved this on first use – it’s a dream of an oil – and you can use it instead of moisturiser or over the top as a final layer. Lots of beautiful oils in this – camellina, evening primrose, raspberry seed oil, chia, prickly pear, sunflower, squalane, alfalfa – and that’s not even all of them. No wonder it’s so nice. You can find it HERE at Space NK. I see that Sephora offers a 5ml Miracle Oil (different thing, alternative to retinol) HERE from the same brand and I hope that maybe that format will also appear for Queen Oil because being able to test run a big investment beauty item is so sensible.
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