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Sunday, July 19, 2015

Beauty Classics - Trilogy Rosehip Oil

Trilogy Rosehip Oil

For a moment, please let me be a broken record - if you incorporate one oil into your skin care routine, let it be Rosehip Oil. Please (I said please?). There is not a week, that goes by in which I don't recommend Triliogy's Rosehip Oil to anyone who will stop and listen.Why? Not only does it work (in more ways than you can possibly imagine and for most skin concerns too) but it is fairly affordable, not to mention a bottle lasts for what seems like forever and a day - even with my over zealous method of application.

If you have yet to try Trilogy Rosehip Oil or any form for that matter let me twist your arm, or maybe not - violence never did solve anything...

Before I say why I use Rosehip Oil, let's discuss why it is such a stellar skin care addition and of course how it benefits the skin. Did you know that Rosehips are naturally very high in skin saving Vitamins such A, C and E, as well as being rich in fatty acids: Omega 3, 6 and 9? No me neither up until recently but all are great for the skin, even when topically applied via oil. Another notable natural presence is that of Lycopene - an antioxidant notably found in tomatoes (my favourite food in case you were wondering, note how I side stepped the whole fruit/vegetable debate ha!) and unsurprisingly wonderful for the protecting the complexion and the skin in general.

The most impressive trait of Rosehip Oil in my opinion, is its ability to penetrate the skin on a cellular level - meaning that it is quickly absorbed and targets damage deeper within the skin layers, opposed to just that of the surface of the skin. In theory, with continued use it may repair and restore the skin as well as shielding against future damage - there are very few products out there that can offer the same benefits let alone claim to be natural. Trust me I have looked.

Just when you think Rosehip Oil has given you all it can, you learn that it can speed up the renewal of scar tissue. It has been reported that scars heal and fade quicker when using this oil daily, I agree wholeheartedly and use it on stubborn and new stretch marks too. I have also found it is effecting in calming the itch and tightness often associated with healing skin making it ideal for burns in general and of course sun burn. As a matter of a fact, I recommend slapping it on to sun burn to minimise skin damage and prevent the dreaded flaking stage. 

I turn to Rosehip Oil daily (sometimes twice or more, I really am that obsessed) to make the most of its anti-inflammatory and healing properties - it truly is ideal for those like myself with blemish/acne prone complexions. I have found that it quickly soothes, calms, effectively hydrates and encourages my skin to repair itself all the while protecting against environmental damage. I know not everyone will agree with my methods but I do apply a little to my eye area before eye cream at night to protect and repair. Unlike other skin oil solutions (I do hasten to add that there are other great light oils out there too) this isn't at all heavy, is fairly quickly absorbed, nor does not block the pores or overwhelm the skin with moisture. Yes it is suitable for all ages (even teens) and skin types but those with a drier skin texture may find it is best combined with a moisturiser come night fall?

The best way to think of Trilogy Rosehip Oil is: natural, organic, anti-ageing, restorative and protective, suit all skin care solution that every bathroom cabinet should contain. High praise indeed but worth of every single word and exclamation point! I do enjoy punctuating with gusto.

Now who's joining me in the Triliogy Rosehip Oil love in?

You can find Triliogy Rosehip Oil for £16.50 via Boots - link.
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26 comments:

  1. I absolutely love it!! I too suffer we bad skin from time to time and have fairly sensitive skin this is perfect I recommend it to everyone .

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  2. I love natural oils. They have helped me heal a lot of the skin problems I have had ^_^

    Makeup, Skin Care, and Hair Care Review Blog

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  3. Heard a lot about the wonderful act of rosehip oil, but never tried one. :D

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  4. Wow - you sell this well - wonder how it would be with a mature skin - think I will have to give this a go x

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    1. It would be ideal as it repairs damage as well as protecting the skin! I can't recommend enough :) x

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  5. Thoughts on the pai rosehip oil?

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    1. Hello :) it has been a long while since I dabbled with the Pai version, I do have a bottle on standby (good timing huh?) that I will be re-testing in the next week or so. I'll certainly post a review in the coming months. Sorry I can't help at this point.

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  6. I havn't tried it, but this convinced me!

    ELIN BERLIN // http://www.1nightinberlin.blogspot.com

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  7. I'm quite afraid to try any facial oils at the moment as it's humid summer in where I'm at right now as I've come home to enjoy the summer but I'll look into this, it sounds lovely.

    www.angerawrs.co.uk

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  8. I've had this on my radar for quite a while but only to use under my eyes as that is the only area I'm concerned with! Seeing as you said some people don't agree with it maybe I need to look into it a bit more! cottonandcandie xx

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    1. Hello :) ah by that all I mean is that some believe that eye cream and only eye cream should be used on such area. I personally believe as this is a lightweight oil that is natural it is safe to use it on the eye. It really is a case of to each their own but if I can help with any questions in regards to this please drop me a line :) x

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  9. I'm currently using the Clarins lotus oil which is designed for oily skins. That one works really well but I break out easily so am always scared of trying new skincare things, I wonder what this would be like? Em x
    http://themusingsofem.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. One of my other favourites :) I can hand on heart say neither oil has broken me out and as it sounds like we have a similar skin type I fully recommend giving this a whirl x

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  10. Okay, yep, I need this - a paragraph in and I'm convinced! Anything to help with blemished skin is a tick from me

    Lauren x
    Britton Loves | Lifestyle Food Beauty

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    1. Haha please let me know how you get on! x

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  11. Definitely purchasing this on pay day. I have terrible blemishes, scars and stretch marks so hopefully it'll help! x

    www.beckieeschle.com

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  12. This sounds so great! I've been dying to try Rosehip Oil for so long and this seems to be the best one out there considering the price point!

    Pauline | Catpacking

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  13. Rosehip oil sounds great! Your post is so convincing! How affordable is it though?

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  14. I love this, and I especially love the antioxidant version as it's perfect for my dehydrated skin. I've recently ran out but I have just got the Sukin rosehip oil so I'm looking forward to seeing how it compares!

    Anoushka Loves xx

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  15. I have seen this product around and read a few posts, but your post has really sold it to me. It just came across like another oil and although a favourite of Kate Middleton, I have never really been tempted. I've got a couple of oils, but your post is rather convincing!

    www.britishbeautyaddict.com

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  16. Wow, definitely sounds like I'm missing out by not having tried this product! I'm very tempted!

    http://www.gemmacarey.com/

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  17. I adore this rosehip oil! It makes my skin feel so fresh and glowy! x

    LOVELY ROSE PETAL | Beauty | Fashion | Lifestyle

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  18. I have only recently tried this oil and I love it! Even though my skin is prone to congestion and breakouts it works wonders for me! My skin is soft and glowy - LOVE!

    Alex | Pink Elephant Blog.

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  19. I haven't tried this brand's but I love the Pai rosehip oil. Great post.

    Erin | Erin and Katherine Talk Beauty

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  20. Such a great product, I really need to repurchase one!

    Sara - She Who Is Short

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  21. I'm an absolute oil lover and the Trilogy Rosehip is fabulous! I think I still slightly prefer the Pai Rosehip Oil though.... x

    Ellen Rozalia

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