Omorovicza, the luxury skincare brand from the “Spa Capital” Budapest, made its Hamptons debut earlier this summer during The Madoo Conservancy’s Much Ado About Madoo, and after an extremely successful pop-up, Omorovicza will return to the East End on Friday, August 5th through Sunday, August 7th.
The weekend-long visit will provide clients with a spa-like experience, where they can relax during an Omorovicza facial within the library of The Madoo Conservancy.
The Hamptons happening will highlight Omorovicza’s Rose Hydralifting Facial, which was created exclusively for the pop-up. The luxurious treatment begins with a stimulating enzymatic cleanse and polish, followed by the application of a rose infused serum that lifts and tightens. Next, a rose-scented gold mask utilizes hyaluronic acid in three different forms to plump and enrich as bio-available gold mends micro-damage to fortify skin. The final step is a nourishing mimosa-scented Miracle Facial Oil used in the traditional Hungarian facial massage that increases elasticity, lifts and firms.
Omorovicza facials blend the brand’s signature skincare products with an exceptional interpretation of the conventional Hungarian facial massage approach that covers the face, neck, shoulders and décolleté. The massage promotes lymphatic drainage with the goal of removing extra fluid and toxins, maximizing muscle tone and enhancing firmness.
The 30-minute facial can be booked for a $50 fee, which is redeemable against product purchases made that day. Additionally, Madoo clients will receive an exclusive discount off purchases made at the Omorovicza Bergdorf Goodman counter in New York City.
Along with Omorovicza’s Sagaponack launch, this summer also marks the company’s 10th anniversary. In honor of the momentous occasion, Omorovicza has released a Limited Edition bottle of their Queen of Hungary Mist.
“Our logo is inspired by a peacock feather. This symbol is everywhere in Budapest, especially in Art Nouveau architecture,” explained Founder Margaret de Heinrich de Omorovicza. “Classically it is a sign of great beauty and nobility in Hungary. We thought this was the perfect motif to mark our ten year anniversary and decorate our Limited Edition Queen of Hungary Mist.”
Queen of Hungary Mist is used to refresh skin by purifying and hydrating. The neroli and rose-scented toner was inspired by the Queen of Hungary Water, the world’s first documented perfume that was crafted for Queen Elisabeth of Hungary in the 14th century.
The Omorovicza Pop-Up at The Madoo Conservancy is open August 5th through August 7th from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The Madoo Conservancy is located at 618 Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack. For bookings, call 704-641-9159. For more information about Omorovicza, visit www.omorovicza.com.