Omorovicza Queen of Hungary Mist


Oh. Em. Gee. If I could fall in love with a toner, this would be it. This is a stunningly beautiful product in every way. The presentation, scent, and performance are all absolutely stellar. The water from Hungary’s thermal spas is the basis for the line. They also utilize a “hydro mineral transference” system in order to ensure the skin absorbs the minerals in the best manner possible.

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This mist is so gentle that it has a huge variety of uses. With the use of enzyme powders, I rarely need a toner. However, this does so much more. After starting tretinoin, my skin is often irritated, so I mist some of this onto my face for instant moisture and a calming sensation. It also does a great job of setting make-up, and provides a cooling effect that is particularly welcome in the hot summer months of the South. To top it all off, the scent is gorgeous. According to Omorovicza’s website, the neroli and rose fragrance is inspired by the world’s first perfume recorded- Queen of Hungary Water, which was created for Queen Elisabeth of Hungary in the 14th century. Despite being modeled after a perfume, this is not overwhelmingly fragranced at all.

Despite the fact that this product is not necessary, I can find many reasons why I need it. I am on my third bottle and will definitely re-purchase!

Omorovicza Queen of Hungary Mist retails for $90.00 for 3.4 oz.