The battle of the face mists always hits its high point in the summer months when our complexions need hydrating pick-me-ups. However, there's one face mist which reigns supreme over them all, and for this summer, has been given a beautiful new and limited edition print.
Omorovicza's Queen of Hungary Face Mist has been a cult classic for some time now, and continues to be a favourite of many a beauty editor and blogger thanks to its unique and refreshing formula. But just what is inside it that makes this face mist so special?
The Queen of Hungary Mist Ingredients
Omorovicza's Queen of Hungary Face Mist is packed full of natural ingredients that help to keep your complexion glowing and healthy.
Cultivated from the Bitter Orange shrub, Orange Blossom is an incredibly nourishing and conditioning ingredient. It's brilliant at calming down the skin and refreshing the complexion, meaning if you suffer from heat rash or sore skin in the summer heat, Orange Blossom is an ingredient you should always use in your routine.
Rosewater is an absolute summer skincare essential thanks to its regenerative and soothing properties. It helps to hydrate and moisturise dehydrated and damaged skin, reducing inflammation and aggravation. It's also an excellent coolant, so is perfect for warm summer days when your complexion needs a boost of refreshment.
They say "an apple a day keeps the doctor away", and if that's true, Apple Pectin certainly helps to keep the dermatologist away. This regenerative ingredient not only delivers long-lasting moisture in the skin's cells, but also contains a rich cocktail of vitamins and to help brighten and decrease collagen depletion.
Hungarian Thermal Water
Hungarian Thermal Water is extremely rich in natural minerals, which are excellent at healing a variety of skin conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis. With Magnesium, Zinc and Calcium just some of the trace elements in this water, it's a not-so-secret secret that this unique water should form the basis of your summer skincare routine.
Hungary’s mineral-rich healing waters make it excellent for reducing redness, so pack it in your holiday luggage - Vogue