Tatcha & Omorovicza Skincare Haul

Hello Lovelys!

I hope you have all had a good week and are fully prepared to enjoy your weekend!

Today I have a skincare haul featuring Tatcha & Omorovicza to share with you.

First up, is Tatcha!

They are a cruelty-free, luxury Japanese skincare line that really has something for every skin type.

I find that I go through very few full size products, so I purchased quite a few travel size items in order to test out a wider variety.

They also had a Lucky Bag (Fukubukuro) deal going on where if you spent $100 USD, then you would receive a surprise bag with $100 USD.

It turned out to be a great deal, as I only received 1 duplicate which was eye serum, and you can never have too many eye serums!

The items that I purchased were:

  • Gold Camellia Beauty Oil ($33 USD)
  • Pure One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil ($15 USD)
  • Luminous Deep Hydration Firming Eye Serum ($30 USD)
  • The Deep Polish Rice Enzyme Powder ($15 USD)
  • Indigo Soothing Silk Hand Cream ($8 USD)

The items that I received in my Tatcha Lucky Bag were:

  • Indigo Soothing Rice Enzyme Powder ($15¬†USD)
  • The Silk Cream ($30 USD)
  • Luminous Deep Hydration Lifting Mask ($25 USD)
  • Luminous Deep Hydration Firming Eye Serum ($30 USD)

I am a big fan of the Water Cream because it absorbs into the skin so quickly which makes it perfect for applying before makeup.

I will let you know if I fall in love with any of the products that I received!

Next I placed an order through Beautylish for a few Omorovicza products that I have had my eye on.

Omorovicza is a Hungarian luxury spa skincare line that utilizes the thermal waters in Hungary to create their magical products.

I purchased 2 items from the line.

The first being a limited edition bottle of the Queen of Hungary Mist ($50 USD).

The bottle is vanity-goals; it’s beautiful and weighty and the glass bottle is impeccably luxurious.

I am a big fan of facial mists, as I prefer to use them instead of cotton pad soaked toners.

The fragrance in the mist is very spa-like, unlike the Caudalie Facial Mist which is very light.

I love them both, and am so happy to have such a beautiful new addition.

The last item I purchased is the Omorovicza Introductory Set ($95 USD) and it contains:

  • Queen of Hungary Mist
  • Thermal Cleansing Balm
  • Cleansing Foam
  • Balancing Moisturizer
  • Deep Cleansing Mask

So far, I have tried out the Cleansing Foam and the Balancing Moisturizer.

The cleansing foam leaves your skin baby bum soft and the scent just puts you into a good mood.

The Balancing Moisturizer is ideal for combination skin as it regulates the production of sebum.

I have genuinely noticed a difference in how my makeup holds together since I started using this.

This set is an amazing deal if you are interested in trying their products out, as the total value is $194 USD!

It is currently out of stock on Beautylish, however they bring it back quite often so sign up to be notified if this is a set that interests you.


Have you tried anything from Omorovicza or Tatcha?

Is there a particular skincare line that you would recommend??


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