I’m so excited to share this post with everyone! I’ve collaborated with Omorovicza to celebrate the launch of their new Midnight Radiance Mask.
Omorovicza is a skincare brand unlike any other. Their products contain only ingredients that are beneficial to the skin and are always free from harmful substances, including sulphates, petrochemicals, parabens and synthetic fragrances.
The Midnight Radiance Mask is a brightening overnight gel mask. Formulated with actives including Sand Lily and Salicylic Acid, the gel texture melts into the skin, gently exfoliating whilst promoting cell renewal and fighting hyper-pigmentation. Stubborn discolouration appears reduced whilst hydration and sebum levels are balanced, revealing a brighter, smoother, more even-toned complexion.
I’ve been testing the new Midnight Radiance Mask for a couple weeks now – and I am happy with the results. The effects of ageing, long nights at the office and after work drinking has taken a toll on my skin. I don’t know about you, but when I wake up, I want to look refreshed, glowing and ready for day ahead. The light, jelly texture of the mask makes it easy for application and the scent is mild, yet enjoyable.
After cleansing and toning my skin before bed, I massage in a light layer of the mask and let it sink in the skin. It goes on clear definitely doesn’t feel like you’ve just put on a mask – more like a jelly moisturizer. I leave it on over night and cleanse as normal in the morning. I found the results to be immediate – my face was glow-y in ALL the right places. It also felt smooth, hydrated and refreshed. The best part? After about 3-4 uses, I could tell my complexion was more even.
I am also so excited about this collaboration because I will be participating in my first *GIVEAWAY*! Make sure you head over to Luna + Co’s Instagram to enter for your chance to win a deluxe sample!
*Giveaway now closed – thank you to everyone who entered*
The Midnight Radiance Mask is available at select Nordstrom stores and www.omorovicza.com.
P.S. In case you were wondering, it’s pronounced “o-mor-o-veet-sa“. Not so difficult, right?