I do believe there is a dearth of reviews on eye products here. Well, this is going to change starting this year because I’m on a FANATIC quest to improve the look of my eye area, as naturally as possible! In fact, I’ve been using a couple of eye skincare products over the past two months kind of interchangeably and I plan to to test out more in time. So look out for an avalanche of eye product reviews here over the next few months!
As I mentioned over the weekend, my eyes were hurting and they were actually puffy or maybe I should say swollen. I hadn’t realized until I was at the hair salon as I was facing the mirror for a good hour or so. When I came home, I immediately tried to relieve the puffiness with the simple eye massage by applying self acupressure around my eyes. Actually, I have been kind of lazy and haven’t been doing this for awhile but the technique is really helpful and quite a puffy eye savior.
Almost S$20 poorer and I learnt that it’s not good to stray even when it comes to skin care. Blame it on the curious cat – oh someone take the cat far away from me please! And I really need to be reminded on why I dislike using face masks for they are messy for me and the whole 20 minutes I had the mask on, I was busy wiping the serum off my hairline and ears! Grief I tell ya!
Hello Vivabellas! What new beauty treats or products did you get this new year? Well, for me, I went for an eyelash extension and got myself brand new fluttering eyelashes! Well, even I was surprised at my decision to do this, considering I am someone who repelled against wearing falsies and the one time I had them on was during my wedding but I actually tore them off as soon as the makeup artist was out of sight. Ha! So should I say vanity and curiosity got the better of me this time and since I didn’t have to pay for the service and was promised that I won’t emerge from the extension looking remotely like barbie doll, I decided to give it a shot.
I have no idea how Omorovicza sounds like but I now have a sense of how it feels like, having tried some of their products, in particular the Omorovicza Reviving Eye Cream. This is marketed as a natural, anti-aging skin care range that leverages on the mineral-rich, healing thermal waters in Budapest via a patented delivery system known as Mineral Cosmetology. The first thing I found out while reading about this brand is that there are more thermal water sites in Budapest than any other city in the world and because the earth’s crust is thinner there, and so the waters absorb the beneficial minerals more effectively. So what you have in the Omorovicza range are products that can effectively penetrate our skin with their minerals and trace elements found in Hungarian thermal waters. And apparently, this brand has gained a cult following amongst celebrities.