Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Omorovicza Radiance Renewal Serum - Review, Pictures



Omorovicza Radiance Renewal Serum

Once upon a time there was a little orphan girl named Omorovicza who was an apprentice to a powerful Warlock.  Omorovicza had been told her origin story, how her mother died in childbirth and how she was given to the warlock by the father in order for the father to receive a spell to no longer feel sadness, but the girl always felt that this story was not true.  She felt deep down in her heart that her real mother and father were out there searching for her still to this day.

The warlock was not cruel, but he was not kind either.  He treated Omorovicza as a burden, but was resigned to teaching her the basics of his magical craft.  Omorovicza always felt that the Warlock was leaving something out in his daily teachings, so she would creep into the library at night and delve in to spells and potion books until she felt her eyelids getting heavy and she made herself go to bed.




Omorovicza was beautiful. She has long golden hair and fine features. Her delicate pink hands looked like they were made more for royal teas than hard manual labor.  On her one day off a month she would sit at the top of the Warlock's tower and take in the local landscape.  A beautiful blue river twisted and turned separating one great city from another.  There had been songs written about the river, but since she was so secluded from daily life, she had never heard them.  The two cities were getting bigger and Omorovicza suspected that soon they would be one great city, rich in culture and tradition.  After assessing her surroundings Omorovicza would go to the mineral baths near the Warlock's tower.  There she would swim in the geothermal heated water and try to absorb the healing powders of the mineral water as much as she could.  She found she was always in better spirits after spending a day in the healing waters.  



One cold snowy day as she trudged back to the towers after spending a day in the warm healing waters, she had an epiphany.  Perhaps the Queen, which the Warlock was always tending to, could benefit from this water.  She had seen the Queen on a few occasions.  The Queen wasn't ill or ailing, but her skin told a different story.  It was dull, doughy, and lacked any sort of resilience or glow.  It was a pallid shiny mask that hung on the Queen's face like a cruel prank. 

The Queen always looked sad too.  It was whispered that her only child was stolen by marauders and the Queen, with all her power, and the Warlock, with all his power, could never get the child back.  Omorovicza felt sorry for the Queen and her loss, and while the Queen never addressed her personally, she could tell that beneath that ashy, dull complexion there was a kind woman.





One day Omorovicza set about making a magical serum for the Queen to present to her on her birthday.  She wanted to make an oil-free soothing serum to help brighten the Queen's dull complexion and erase any signs of tiredness.  The Queen always looked so very tired.  The oil free part of the serum was so that that shiny pallor of the skin would not be enhanced.





First she used the magical thermal mineral rich waters of the local baths. She dubbed it Mineral CosmetologyTM (Yes they had trademarks back in this ancient kingdom...try not to question it).  This was a patented (Yes they also had a patent office.  What of it?) mineral delivery system to leave skin firmer, more supple and younger-looking.  Then she added some Hyaluronic acid (sodium hyaluronate) to bind moisture to the skin for long-lasting hydration.  She mixed in some Vitamin C to correct the Queen's skin tone and reduces the appearance of age spots and added some calming and detoxifying, zinc (as gluconate, PCA and mineral compound) to regulate sebum production and to eliminate shine.  She then added watercress leaf extract to brighten the complexion, increase radiance and enhance skin tone to diminish the appearance of minor imperfections.  Lastly she added white lupin to energize and revitalize the Queen's skin.  She made sure that her powerful serum did not contain Parabens, Sulfates, Synthetic Fragrances, Synthetic Dyes, Petrochemicals, Phthalates, GMOs or Triclosan.  Mostly because she didn't know what half of those things were, but also because she knew they would never really benefit the skin. Once the magical serum was finished she dubbed it Radiance Renewal Serum.  

Omorovicza gave some of the serum to the local women near the tower to test it out before giving it to the Queen.  The response was overwhelmingly wonderful.  The local women told Omorovicza that her Radiance Renewal Serum had a nice fluid gel consistency and was easy to spread.  The Serum would sink into their skin quickly and not leave any film on the skin. It didn't feel sticky or slippery upon application or after.  Over time Omorovicza's Radiance Renewal Serum began to plump up the tired dull skin of the local testers and they had a renewed glow in their cheeks and their husbands accused them of sorcery.  Some even claimed to mix the serum with their moisturizer and some with their foundations to create a sheerer formula and finish. (Yes. The local peasants wore foundation.  They weren't barbarians!)


Omorovicza knew she had a hit on her hands.  She was all ready to present the serum to the Queen for her birthday when a local businessman asked if she would consider selling her magical serum.  The businessman said she could easily get $150 a bottle for this serum and he could help distribute it.  (Yes. They used 6 Sigma methods of distribution even back then).  Omorovicza said yes and bought out her apprenticeship from the Warlock.  She opened up shop across the river and called it "Omorovicza".  She created a multitude of skin care items using her trademarked and patented Mineral Cosmetology and grew a successful business.  As for the Queen, Omorovicza still gave her the serum for her birthday but the Queen was such a fan she made sure that everyone across the lands purchased more items from Omorovicza. 

Did Omorovicza ever find her parents?  Was the Queen's child that was stolen by marauders, actually Omorovicza and no one knew but the mighty Warlock?  No.  What do you think this is, a fairytale?



Do you need Omorovicza Radiance Renewal Serum?  Probably!  You do if you have tired, dull skin in need of a boost. If you travel by air a lot or if your skin is not reacting well to the colder days, this serum will put the peach back into your peaches and cream complexion and the apple back into your cheeks.  It retails for $150 a bottle. That's a pretty hefty price tag for a 1 oz. serum. I will admit.  I have used this serum every day for almost 4 months and I have about 1/3 left in the bottle. The pump dispenser gives you more than what you need for your face so I make sure to do half of a pump to make sure I'm not overdoing it.  This serum does not contain any glycolic or retinols so a separate anti-aging treatment might be needed.  The serum did not break me out nor did it cause me to become overly oily. I wear it during the day and night with no adverse reactions (like acne or milla).  The result has been happy skin that never looks dull or tired.  Got to love that!

For a limited time Omorovicza  is offering 15% off your total order over £100/$160/€125 until 22nd November 2012 with the following codes
UK15 on the UK Site  http://www.omorovicza.com/uk/
US15 on the US Site http://www.omorovicza.com/us/
EU15 on the European site http://www.omorovicza.com/eu/

13 comments:

  1. Ouch, I don't think I could fit this in with the rest of my spendings :-( I don't really need it either though... but something about still makes me want to have it :-)

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    1. I know what you mean. If this was not sent to me for review I don't know if I would have purchased it. Now that I'm almost done I have to think really hard if I want to repurchase or if I want to spend money to find a substitute. Sometimes the money spent trying to find a substitute is more than the "expensive" item I was hoping to avoid purchasing. Know what I mean?

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  2. Ok I know this is crazy expensive, but I must admit I am very intrigued. Anything with the words "radiance" and "serum" and I become obsessed (as apparent by my love for Caudalie's Vinoperfect Radiance serum). Plus I've been wanting to try something from this brand for a while now

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    1. You like the Caudalie one? It's working for you? Stick with it. At least, that is what I have found over the years. Sometimes what you like is good enough and everything else is just OK. Plus with an item as expensive as this, I would hate for you to regret a $150 purchase.

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  3. Bravo, I could not pull myself away from this *fairy tale*, GREAT review!

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  4. Someone needs to hire you as their PR/Marketing Director asap! Or perhaps you should become a short story writer. Either way, your review was awesome! Yes, I was waiting for the fairy tale ending, and I suppose in a way I still got it with the positive review. I always feel like those products (especially the pricey ones) are never worth it. However, you've made me see the light! I'm not sure if I'll purchase it, but I will give it some consideration and definitely do some research of my own on the product. It would have been near perfect if it contained anti-aging ingredients. Thanks for the review.

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    1. Thanks Ann. I think I'm a bit too strange to do PR, but short stories? Maybe. There are a lot of pricey products that are not worth it, that's for sure. But every once in a while you find ones that are. I try to focus on the positive ones for the extra expensive items I review.

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  5. Loved your 'fairy tale' review! You really made me wanna try this one!

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  6. Hahaha, I think that is a fairytale, by my standards. Go Omorovicza!

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    1. :-) She is quite the storybook heroine, yes?

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  7. ROFLMAO This has to be a new first - a beauty blog that references Six Sigma! It is hard to separate the wheat from the chaff sometimes as the price starts to climb on skincare. This has been added to my list of things to consider once I use up open items.

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