A first of its kind, our new Body Serum goes beyond delivering instant hydration. 

Incorporating ingredients typically used in facial serums, it improves the texture and tone of skin for smooth and supple results.

If you’re looking to include this new game-changing serum to your body care routine, a weekly ritual is key to maintaininglasting soft and moisturised skin.

Follow our ultimate body routine, as recommended by the expert therapists in our Omorovicza Institutes and Spas.

Step 1: Gentle Exfoliation 

Begin your radiant skin routine by indulging in our Gold Sugar Scrub.

Designed for the entire body, this exfoliating scrub effortlessly sloughs away dead skin cells, unveiling a fresh, rejuvenated layer. Take a refreshing shower after this invigorating scrub to cleanse and prepare your skin for the next steps.

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Step 2: Targeted Care  

Achieve lasting hydration and improve texture and tone of your skin with our new Body Serum.

A true game-changer, this serum goes beyond just delivering instant hydration. Infused with ingredients typically reserved for facial serums, it enhances your skin's texture and tone. Apply the Body Serum generously and allow it to absorb, letting its potent blend of nutrients treat your skin.


Step 3: Deep Hydration 

Seal in moisture for long-lasting care with the Firming Body Oil or nourishing Body Cream.

These formulations provide the finishing touch, locking in moisture and ensuring your skin stays soft and hydrated throughout the day.

The powerful combination of exfoliation, targeted care, and intense hydration will leave you with smooth and supple, rejuvenated skin.

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