"Topical skincare is 60 percent water, but ours is active, not inert," says Margaret de Heinrich
."I'd had problem skin for years; I was on Accutane.
explained that he
wanted to create a high end Hungarian brand that was purely Hungarian, one that started in the land of his
ancestors and from which he
could share with the world.
And so he
did just that, setting up a presence in his
Swiss-born but of noble Hungarian descent, Omorovicza
gorgeous American wife, Margaret
, in Budapest while she
served as chief of staff to the American ambassador.
Founders Stephen de Heinrich de Omorovicza and his partner Margaret discovered the key ingredient after Margaret attended a Spa day in Budapest, which she swears in one stroke made her skin feel and look flawless.
passionately believes that it was the effect of the 'thermal water'.
The obvious step for her
was to create a skincare line that contained this particular healing water, as she
imagined what this key ingredient would do for its users.
This led to the birth of Omorovicza
Mum Snob Feature: Margaret de Heinrich of Omorovicza
You all know my new beauty obsession is Omorovicza Skincare and I just had to get to know the visionary, Margaret de Heinrich
, behind the brand.
Inspired by the curative properties of Hungary's thermal waters, Omorovicza
is a labor of love created by Margaret
and her husband, Stephen de Heinrich
and Stephen saw their potential to be harnessed in a remarkable skincare range and thus, Omorovicza
Read on for our Q & A with Margaret!
Margaret de Heinrich is the co-founder of Omorovicza.
Leurs créateurs, Stephen de Heinrich de Omorovicza et son épouse Margaret
, se sont rencontrés et vivent à Budapest.
Une rencontre placée sous le signe du succès.
Comme beaucoup de gens, j'ai régulièrement fréquenté les établissements thermaux, non seulement à Budapest mais aussi dans toute la Hongrie.
Et j'ai découvert à chaque fois que ma peau sensible était plus belle après m'être baignée dans ces eaux.
La différence était incroyable>, nous explique Margaret de Heinrich
, la propriétaire de l'entreprise Omorovica.
C'est en 2006 que le couple a décidé de lancer une gamme de produits de beauté dont l'élément de base est l'eau thermale hongroise, riche en minéraux comme le cuivre, le zinc, le calcium et le magnésium.
Bien que les bénéfices des eaux du bassin Carpatique aient été découverts il y a 2000 ans, l'histoire de leur actuel succès en cosmétologie revient à des gens venus de bien plus loin, Stephen de Heinrich de Omorovicza étant suisse d'origine hongroise et son épouse Margaret
A diplomatic posting brought Margaret
, an American, to the city.
Like generations before them, Stephen and Margaret
spent much time relaxing at Budapest's magnificent thermal baths.
Given the history of the Hungarian thermal waters, the royalty of Stephen's family and the beautiful picture shown above of Sephen and Margaret
, I'd say Omorovicza is the most romantic skin care line in the world!
Margaret de Heinrich, Co-Founder, Omorovicza
This was the case for Budapest-based couple Stephen and Margaret de Heinrich
, who frequented spas during their courtship and transformed the luxurious pastime into a fresh career path.
"People seem keen to experience treatments that earlier generations swore by but that were discarded in the past 20 or 30 years," says Stephen de Heinrich
, who co-founded the Omorovicza brand with his wife Margaret
Stephen de Heinrich de Omorovicza, who with his
, introduced the Omorovicza treatment line, noted Hungarian spa waters also offer specific treatment benefits, thanks to their minerals and trace elements.
explained that the earth's crust in the Carpathian Basin is thinner than in other locations, so water reaching its surface contains higher concentrations of calcium, magnesium, zinc and copper.
Stephen de Heinrich and his wife Margaret were raised in Western Europe and America and become, respectively, a lawyer and a diplomat, but now they live in Budapest and create skincare using Budapest's healing waters, which has been celebrated for 2,000 years.
is a new name in beauty from Hungary: developed using Budapest's healing waters, the range has been developed by Stephen de Heinrich and Margaret de Heinrich
"There's no end to the ailments for which doctors prescribe (Hungarian) water treatments," said Stephen de Heinrich de Omorovicza, who founded the line along with his