trying the omorovicza copper peel
'sup no makeup face!
'sup no makeup face!
Something i've wanted to try out that i've had in my skincare stash for ages and ages is this Omorovicza Copper Peel kit, since I heard British Beauty Blogger sing about it's skills a few years ago. It was one of those things I was a little dubious about trying out but really needing to detox and look after my skin and make it look brighter after a heavy New Years, I set about giving it a go in my bathroom. Copper is known for its skills in fighting blemishes and redness, so I couldn't wait to see what it did for my skin.
It's so easy to use, much easier than I instantly thought looking at it. What you do, as outlined in my pics above, is you take the green paste and massage it all over your skin. First up, this smells incredible. Like stepping into a luxe spa. It says on the box to massage for about two minutes but the soft gentle exfoliation feel of it made me want to rub it in forever and ever. I did it for about six minutes i'd say, and it just felt lush!
After that you pop the activator straight on afterwards, on top of the paste, and you mix it on your skin. It turns into a sorta foamy white paste, that you can massage into your skin for a good few minutes. This does tingle a bit! Also, I tried it on my Dad who had just shaved and he said it stung a little on the open pores where he had shaved - but didn't burn or cause irritation, just a little unpleasant. You then immediately wash this off with warm water and dab at the damp face with a towel.
The immediate results are amazing, much more than any other skincare like this i've ever tried. That last photo of me is vile, but hopefully you can see how instantly brighter it has made my entire skin?! Over the course of the next few hours, my skin looked clearer and clearer, and my spots went down loads and looked much less inflamed. Me, my sister, my Mum and my Dad all tried this at the same time, and all experienced good results. My sisters skin looked particularly bright, and redness and spots really reduced.
I'd recommend this, but it comes at a harsh cost. At £82 for eight applications, it's around a tenner a go. Eeeeeek. Luckily, one tube does more than one application, but it's unsealable so you need to wrap it in a bit of cling film or something to try and preserve it, or share with a mate. My verdict is that it's costly, but the results are great. Worth it? Depends on your budget!
What do you think of the Omorovicza Copper Peel? Something you'd try? Bit too pricey for you or right up your street? Do you rate Omorovicza? Read my other review on a cheaper product here.
Disclaimer: Product provided for free from Omorovicza, views all my very own from my brain yo. No makeup face shared out of pure love, I know, i'm good to you. Please revisit, I promise it wont always be this terrifying a read!