As you peruse through an eclectic mix of extraordinary vendors during the 7th annual Much Ado About Madoo
Garden Market and Cocktail Party at The Madoo Conservancy
in Sagaponack, make sure you take the time to visit Budapest-based luxury skincare brand Omorovicza
, who is once again presenting a Pop-Up Spa. On Friday, June 16 and Saturday, June 17, attendees can bask in the beauty of the Hamptons oasis as they're pampered by a talented esthetician who will be administering a fabulous Blue Diamond Facial.
"We are thrilled to be 'popping up' at the Madoo Conservancy again this June to help celebrate its 50th anniversary at the 7th annual Garden Party," explained Margaret de Heinrich
, who co-founded Omorovicza with her husband Stephen de Heinrich de Omorovicza. "Madoo's heritage, dedication to its community, not to mention sense of fun, are all attributes we at Omorovicza value and admire."
The Omorovicza Blue Diamond Facial focuses on firming skin and brightening your complexion using Omorovicza products, all of which were harvested from minerals found in the world's largest source of healing thermal springs in Budapest. The 30 minute treatment addresses dull, lackluster skin, and by the end of the relaxing experience, spagoers can expect a glowing complexion that will have friends wondering what you've had done.
Tucked away in a private spot at Madoo, attendees can expect complete relaxation and pampering during the 30 minute treatment. "It is an immense treat to set up our own little oasis by bringing our unique products and facial experience to this storied sanctuary," shared de Heinrich.
An Omorovicza esthetician will use traditional Hungarian facial massage to accelerate oxygenation of the skin to energize and lift, providing instant results. "We will be featuring our Blue Diamond Facial which focuses on skin fitness - the complexion is instantly energised and brought to life," de Heinrich added.
The Omorovicza Blue Diamond Facial is suitable for all skin types and will cost $50, which is redeemable against product purchases on the day. Appointments can be pre-booked by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
or by phone at 212-872-8619. You can also make bookings on the day at the Omorovicza pop-up tent.
The Madoo Conservancy is located at 618 Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack. For more information about Much Ado About Madoo, call 631-537-8200 or visit www.madoo.org. For more information about Omorovicza, call or visit www.omorovicza.com.
Nicole is the Editor-in-Chief of Hamptons.com where she focuses on lifestyle, nightlife, and mixology. She grew up in the Hamptons and currently resides in Water Mill. www.hamptons.com