I’ve tried and reviewed several trilogy products over the last couple of years and am always impressed with them. As a blogger I’m often trying out the latest skincare products but when the review is done I often returned to tried and tested favourites and they often include something from Trilogy. I’m currently using the Make-up Be Gone Cleansing Balm as the first stage in my evening cleansing programme. It’s so comforting, gently taking off the day without having to rub hard to get off mascara is bliss.
Anyway, I suppose what I’m saying is that perhaps Trilogy is one of the brands I’ve been taking for granted. It’s reliably and consistently good but doesn’t really make much of a fuss about how good it is.
Last week was little bit different though as I was invited to an event to introduce the new Trilogy Age-Proof range which has been reformulated with Glycablend. It was also an opportunity to get reacquainted with some of my other favourites. Oh and I got to try a super earl grey and gin cocktail too!
The Trilogy Age-Proof range includes oil, serum, day and night creams, cleanser, toner, and a lightening treatment. I got to bring home the Trilogy CoQ10 Booster Oil is formulated with Trilogy’s latest innovative ingredient, Glycablend, which helps to subdue the naturally-occurring process of glycation – one of the key causes of ageing in mature skin. Glycablend promises to improve the skin’s overall texture, minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and restore radiance. It also contains antioxidant co-enzyme Q10, tamanu, macadamia and black caraway seed oils and apparently all you need is 2-3 drops day and night.
I’m going to be trialing this oil over the coming weeks and will update you on my findings. if you want to trial it along with me then you can find it here for £29.50.
I was also reminded about Trilogy’s Certified Organic Rosehip Oil which has picked up 20 international awards over the last three years and the Rosehip Oil Antioxidant Plus which I’ve reviewed before here.
I think that everyone should have at least one Trilogy product in their armoury – thing is I think they might be addictive and I can’t promise that you’ll be able to stop at one!
Here’s where to feed your addiction!
Have you tried any Trilogy products?
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