Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil Empties Review

Delving down the rabbit hole of skincare it can get a little daunting after introducing additional steps and creating a strata of ampoules, serums and creams. You really start to wonder what am I putting on my skin?


I really enjoy knowing that the Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil is a natural and pure oil to care for my skin without all the nasties as Trilogy's website claims organic Rosehip seeds is the sole ingredient. No weak blended tinctures here!

Famous for its all-round benefits, rosehip oil is a rich source of vitamin A (topical trans-retinoic acid), vitamin C and essential fatty acids to repair damaged skin, photoageing caused by UV rays and help the skin regenerate leaving a brighter complection. For this reason I love wiping the excess on my stretch marks, not that I'd admit to any.

Suitable for all skin types including sensitive skin, its neutral PH level helps balance the skin and act as an anti-inflammatory. Personally I bought and tried it to help even skin tone and brighten my skin.  

Available in 2 sizes, they are presented in opaque amber bottles to protect the oil from oxidising in the sun. I usually purchase the small bottle to try keep the contents as fresh as possible.  

For someone with combination skin I find 1-2 drops is ample making a little go a long way.

The Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil is available at Ulta Beauty.

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Dennis Gross Ferulic and Retinol Anti-ageing Moisturiser Empties Review

I have been using Dr Dennis Gross Ferulic + Retinol Anti-Aging Moisturiser for quite some months and it easily one I will return to. It combines 2 active ingredients that permeate the skin, offering deeply restorative care and support.

Designed to increase the rate the skin regenerates itself to leave you with brighter younger looking skin. Combining 2 popular ingredients known for anti-aging I purchased this product rather excited as ferulic acid works wonders on its own, but also increases the efficacy of other ingredients too.

I really enjoy this product and do feel I have benefited from it a lot. However, a little goes a long way; too much and your skin can be left a little greasy. This is the main moisturiser that I use, but as I find it a little heavy and due to retinol's sensitivity to the sun I use it solely as a night cream.

Dr Dennis Gross Ferulic + Retinol Anti-Aging Moisturiser can be found online at Net-A-Porter


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