We frequently receive updates from local spas when they add new services to their menu, and it’s always exciting. However, when we heard that The Spa at Four Seasons Resort in Scottsdale unveiled a new menu of facials and products, featuring the mineral-rich Omorovicza product line, we couldn’t book our appointments fast enough!
Recently featured as one of Oprah’s favorite things, the Omorovicza line was brought to life by Margot de Heinrich, a Florida native, turned New York businesswoman, turned Hungarian entrepreneur. When Margot moved to Hungary from New York City for a job, she met and married her Hungarian-native husband, who introduced her to the Budapest thermal spring baths. After a few visits, Margot noticed that her usually problematic skin was glowing, radiant and pimple-free. After conducting extensive research into the baths and the Hungarian approach to health and wellness through spas, Margot took the plunge and created the Omorovicza line. Now, only three years after launching her business, Margot’s products are featured in the top spas across the world and are sold in department stores like Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman. So far this year, her product sales are up 157% in Neiman Marcus alone.
The products in the Omorovicza line use unique minerals harvested from the world’s largest source of healing thermal waters in Hungary. All the products are paraben-free and produced without petrochemicals, synthetic fragrances and colors.
The Spa at Four Seasons Scottsdale was hand selected by the Omorovicza team to be one of two spas in Arizona to carry products and offer treatments (the other being Alvadora Spa at Royal Palms Resort in Phoenix).
After undergoing an intense training program with the Omorovicza team from Hungary, the spa now offers six facial treatments that are bound to keep you coming back for more. I was fortunate to experience the new Hydrating and Soothing Facial, an 80-minute treatment that replenishes and rescues skin in need of moisture (perfect for the dry skin that we get here in Arizona!). The facial featured massage-like techniques (which I’ve never experienced in a facial before) that left my skin feeling smooth and moist without feeling over-moisturized.
These new mineral facials range in price from $155 to $310. You have to experience this line for yourself!