The weather in Singapore has been so wet these days. It’s practically the same torrential rain either in the morning or the afternoon followed by intense humidity that’s through the roof. So why am I telling you about the weather in Singapore? Well, what I’m saying is that because of the weather, the lighting has been horrible for taking photos and thus the stock photo of the product I’m gonna review as above. So, let’s get on with the review proper!


Aqua (Hungarian Thermal Water), Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Glycerin, Cetearyl Ethylhexanoate, Silt (Hungarian Mud), Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Stearic Acid, Cetearyl Alcohol, Cetearyl Olivate, Sorbitan Olivate, Saccharomyces Ferment Extract, Zinc Oxide, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Disodium EDTA, Tocopherol, Parfum (Fragrance), Eucalyptus Leaf Oil, Mentha Piperita(Peppermint) Oil, Phospholipids, Xanthan Gum

How does the Omorovicza Moor Cream Cleanser fare?


Reusing the photo that I took of the products in the Cult Beauty x Caroline Hirons Box!

Omorovicza’s Moor Cream Cleanser is one of the products that was included in the Cult Beauty x Caroline Hirons box that I bought back in early Dec 2017. It’s been about one month since I’ve used this product and I’m ready to give my verdict on it.

The Moor Cream Cleanser claims to be a classic cream cleanser (duh!) with a twist. Moor mud gives it a purifying and detoxifying quality while a blend of essential oils such as lavender, camphor, peppermint and eucalyptus oils adds an antiseptic and anti-microbial property. Additional ingredients such as Zinc Oxide soothes the skin and regulates the production of sebum. Essentially, it claims to be a perfect detoxifying cleanser for all urban city dwellers.

I usually use this product as either a second cleanse after I remove my makeup in the evenings or as a morning cleanser. I do not think that this is suitable to remove makeup, especially not eye makeup, since it contains essential oils that would sting the eyes. Although it performs adequately as a second cleanse in that it does cleanses well without any residue, I find that I like it best as a morning cleanser. And the reason is due to the essential oils such as peppermint and eucalyptus included in the product. The stimulating smell of these oils really helps to wake me up in the mornings and signal the start of the day to my groggy brain. However, in the evenings where I need to relax instead of feeling more energised, this cleanser makes me more alert instead. That’s the main reason why I prefer to use this cleanser in the mornings. Overall, I do like this cleanser. It’s gentle, cleanses well without being too harsh on the skin and does not break me out. The thing is, I had actually used another of their cleanser before (that’s the Omorovicza Cleansing Foam) and prefer their Cleansing Foam way more than this Moor Cream Cleanser. So I won’t repurchase it but it’s a good product.

Where can you find it?

I bought this product from Cult Beauty Online. It retails at £49.00 (150 ml sized).

Thank you for reading!

1 Comment on “Review – Omorovicza Moor Cream Cleanser

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