A lot of my members have been requesting a review from me and waiting patiently for it so let's get to it. I have been obsessing over skin mist products since way back in early spring and of all the versions out on the market it's safe to assume The Omorovicza Queen Of Hungary Mist is the creme de la creme of facial mists. At a little shy of a hundred dollar price tag for under four ounces, it certainly is one of the most expensive. And as much as I love this mist honestly my Pevonia Caviar Repair Lotion is my top fave because it's richer in moisture and feels like it works best. The Queen of Hungary is my next favorite and does have a more pleasant scent than the Caudalie Elixir which is slightly on the herb side of the aroma spectrum. I'd like to make a mention here that I was able to purchase this at a considerable discount somewhere under fifty dollars as well as receiving the bonus matching one ounce travel size spray. It's a splurge to say the least but it's a fabulous mist if your looking for a little luxury. If you would like to read more on how facial mists work, and how to use them, you can read my full article on them over at Influenster's The Hub beauty section by clicking here.
A gentle, aromatic toner to refresh your skin and spirits. A quick spritz of this divinely scented face mist is all you need to refresh your skin and revitalize your spirits. It purifies and tones while providing lasting hydration and restoring suppleness. This product does not contain polyethylene glycol, petrochemicals, silicones, synthetic colors, or synthetic fragrances. It was inspired by the Queen of Hungary Water, the world’s first recorded perfume, formulated for Queen Elisabeth of Hungary in the 14th century. Omorovicza’s patented mineral delivery system, Hydro Mineral Transference, ensures the absorption of these minerals by the epidermis and dermis in unprecedented levels. Gradually, the skin becomes smoother, suppler, and younger-looking as minerals reach its deeper layers. Key dermatological benefits of this enhanced delivery include: the support of natural collagen and elastin, a tighter lipid matrix to lock in hydration and protect skin from micro-damage, and improved antioxidant defense against free radicals.
Formula: Let me start with what this actually smells like because before I purchased it I searched high and low for the fragrance details. Of all the reviews I read no one ever mentioned the exact scent. The mist smells like fresh sea-salt water, neroli oil (orange/citrus nose), subtle rose and a slight apple on the dry down. I would say the most prominent fragrance is the sea salt and citrus kick that immediately strikes you at first spray. It's really quite refreshing awakening your senses for a quick pick me up. The ingredients listed here promise to protect and nourish your skin with healing waters and collagen. The immediate results for me is that the mist does hydrate well and set my make-up while giving my skin a beautiful glow. For the other claims the manufacturer makes I would have to use this for an extended period of time to see it actually delivers as promised. For now I'll be using this mist less frequently because it's super expensive. As for the bottle, it's a lovely thick glass and the top can be refilled with the smaller travel size bottles of the same product. Is this a wonder spray? Probably not. Are there other decent facial mists on the market? Yes. Does it smell nice and make you feel good? Absolutely. It comes down to a luxury splurge for when you want something pretty and glamorous. I feel if the brand lowered the cost to at least half the price then more women would have the opportunity to sample this really fabulous scented pick me up. Have you tried this little delight yet? Who doesn't want to feel like a queen? Stay Beautiful! XOXO
Availability: Sephora, Omorovicza, Salons $86 3.4 oz