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Omorovicza’s Peachy Micellar Cleansers

2 years ago by

Omorovicza’s Peachy Micellar Cleansers

I hate washing my face. Like seriously hate it. It takes so much time and I always get water all over my bathroom / mess up my hair.

Especially if I’m coming home from a night out–I’m embarrassed to admit this because I know it’s the worst thing you can do for your skin, but–I’ve been known to fall asleep with a full face of makeup on. Talk about lazy. Then, you wake up the next morning to find: mascara smudged across your face, puffy cheeks, and what were the beginning of zits, that you thought you had under control, suddenly inflamed. The worst.

Enter Omorovicza’s Peachy Micellar Cleansers. Omorovicza’s newest genius product that actually cures my distaste for cleansing. Therefore, curing all my skin woes.

Inside the tub are ready-to-use pads, soaked in natural micellar solution. I’m telling you, it’s as easy as taking one and swiping it across your face. No water needed. You know when you use a makeup remover wipe and it leaves a gross, sticky residue and then you need to immediately follow it up with an intense cleanser? That’s what is so amazing about this. The Peachy Micellar Cleansers thoroughly removes makeup AND cleanses, leaving the skin feeling just as good as if you’d done the whoooole washing process. It has seriously been SAVING my skin from my own lazy self. Omorovicza, thank you for creating the dream product I didn’t even know I needed!!

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