It's incredibly easy to just sit back, relax, and take in the stunning scenery at the Madoo Conservancy
in Sagaponack, and on Friday, June 17th and Saturday, June 18th, Omorovicza is making the backdrop even more serene. The luxury Hungarian skincare brand is presenting its first U.S. pop-up shop and spa during the 6th annual Much Ado About Madoo Garden Market and Cocktail Party.
"The Madoo Conservancy is the perfect location for Omorovicza's first pop up spa in the U.S.," said Margaret de Heinrich, co-founder of Omorovicza. "Guests can enjoy a facial unlike anything they have experienced elsewhere, within the unique and serene setting of this enchanting botanical garden. Omorovicza and Madoo have a similar brand synergy: a commitment to preserve their colourful and rich heritage."
During Much About Madoo, attendees can stop by the pop-up for an exclusive pampering experience. "Omorovicza has created The Rose Hydralifting Facial exclusively for the pop-up spa at Madoo," de Heinrich explained. "The treatment will boost skin's elasticity, improve muscle tone and eradicate toxins. All of our facials combine Omorovicza skincare products with a unique and modern interpretation of the traditional Hungarian facial massage technique that treats face, neck, shoulders and décolleté." Each Omorovicza facial pairs the brand's signature skincare products with a unique and innovative version of the traditional Hungarian facial massage procedure that addresses the face, neck, shoulders and décolleté. Not only do spa goers leave with an unmistakable glow, the treatment also promotes lymphatic drainage, to eliminate excess fluid and toxins and increases the muscle tone and improves firmness.
The process begins with an invigorating enzymatic cleanse and polish, followed by a rose infused serum that will lift and tighten. Then a rose-scented gold mask is applied, which deploys hyaluronic acid in three different forms to plump and nurture the skin as bio-available gold repairs micro-damage to fortify the skin. The facial ends with a nourishing mimosa-scented Miracle Facial Oil used in the traditional Hungarian facial massage that improves elasticity, and also lifts and firms. The 30-minute complimentary Rose Hydralifting Facial will be available on a first-come-first-serve basis.
The Rose Hydralifting Facial will be offered exclusively at the pop-up spa at Madoo. (Courtesy Photo)
Along with The Rose Hydralifting Facial, attendees can learn more about Omorovicza's most sought-after products, peruse through a specially curated selection of items, and speak with one of Omorovicza's most knowledgeable esthetician. Madoo guests will also receive an exclusive discount off any product purchases made at the Omorovicza Bergdorf Goodman
counter in New York City.
The Omorovicza pop-up is open on Friday, June 17th from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday, June 18th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Omorovicza looks to deliver nutrient rich minerals with an artful approach. The brand collaborates with a Hungarian Nobel Prize-winning laboratory of dermatology, and is known for its discovery of Vitamin C. Omorovicza harvests minerals from the world's largest source of healing thermal springs and alters their chemical composition to maximize their efficiency, so clients receive optimum results.
The Madoo Conservancy is located at 618 Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack. For more information about Much Ado About Madoo, visit www.madoo.org. For more information about Omorovicza, visit www.omorovicza.com.
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