Trilogy Rosapene Night Cream + Intro to a nifty grading system!

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(Last Updated On: April 3, 2017)

 

 

trilogy rosapene

Trilogy is a brand that I have long heard of but haven’t had the chance to try until recently. This award-winning brand is “dedicated to providing ethically sourced and organic skincare products” and is also New Zealand’s first skincare company to achieve the NATRUE Natural Cosmetics Certification. NATRUE is, by the way, an international non-profit association dedicated to the sole purpose of “promoting and protecting natural beauty and skin care products”. With so many products claiming to be ‘organic’ and ‘natural’ these days, it’s definitely a plus point that Trilogy has been certified by this organization.

What’s In It?
This Rosapene Night Cream is antioxidant-rich and also contains goji (for regeneration) and manuka honey (for hydration and repair) with the aim of combating visible signs of ageing as well as aiding a “brighter, revitalised complexion”. Other highly regarded ingredients include certified organic rosehip oil (for nourishment, repair & hydration), acai seed oil (for skin regeneration & encouraging new collagen production), tomato seed oil (prevent oxidative damage & signs of premature ageing), cranberry seed oil (nourishment, hydration & strengthening of the skin) and oat extract (to soothe & soften the skin).
As you will notice, these are what they call Superfoods which are typically high in antioxidants.

My thoughts
The beautiful rose scent of their Rosapene oil blend really appeals to me. Describing scents isn’t exactly my forte but it reminds me of stepping into a relaxing spa and having beautiful aromatic blends saturate my senses. My first observation was also that it came in a jar, which many people dislike usually due to hygiene reasons, but luckily, this one comes with a spatula so it really isn’t too bad.

A little goes a long way as it spreads on so smoothly, thanks to its light-medium texture. I really enjoy the formula; it is nourishing enough yet lightweight and not heavy at all (something I’m very fussy about) and does not make my skin break out. It does feel just a little greasy at first but it doesn’t last long. However, if you have oily skin, you might want to look into it further. For my skin, it has done a good lot of hydration and has even helped to soothe a little redness around my nose that I sometimes get after washing my face. This is a very calming cream that really is perfect as a night cream. Overall, I do see an improvement in my complexion with regards to hydration and redness and I’m very excited to have discovered this product this year. Not forgetting, best of all, it is packed full of certified natural and organic ingredients.

Trilogy Rosapene Night Cream (60ml) retails for AUD$44.95. Available at Priceline^, Myer and selected pharmacies and health food stores. Suitable for all skin types.

 

Have you tried the Trilogy Rosapene Night Cream?

 

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6 Comments

  • I adore the new grading system! It’s very easy to just look over it for a quick summary. I’ve been using this night cream the past few months and absolutely adore it. I like that it’s thick yet absorbs well and is super moisturising. My skin has been in really great condition since using it. I have combo-oily skin and I don’t find it too greasy for me at all. I actually mix in rose hip oil and though I am a bit shiny, I don’t mind since I’m just chilling at home!

    Tasha // shiwashiful.

    • Hi Tasha! I’m glad you like it. Thanks also for your input about your experience having combo-oily skin with this cream. That’s good to know! Hmm I wouldn’t mind if it’s a bit shiny after using some rose hip oil with it too cause it’s a night cream afterall; that’s a great idea and I might try it too!

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