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New Skin Care Products - Trilogy Review

If you've read my blog before you'll remember I have very sensitive skin.  I'm very careful about what I use as the wrong product for my skin type can cause allergic reactions and psoriasis. 

A few months ago I had a pretty bad flare up, I'm not sure what caused it but as a result I cut out all SLS and Paraban products to give my skin time to heal.  I also wanted to avoid the medicated products that I have previously used as I don't want my skin to become to used to them and render them ineffective when I really need them. 

So, I was doing some research on line and came back to Trilogy Skin Care.  I had considered trying trilogy a few years ago but Clarins was working well on my skin and I decided not to rock the boat.  This time however I decided to give it ago. 

I ordered a Rosehip Oil serum  (20ml £19.99) and Vital Moisturising Cream (60ml £24.50).  I always find it best to patch test each item before use so I started with the  Rosehip oil and as I had no reaction to it I followed the on line advice and used this in place of a face serum.  After a week my skin felt great, it was clearer than it had been for a while and had a glow to it.   The inclusion of Rosehip oil products in my routine has the benefits of keeping my skin well hydrated which can be key to controlling my skin breakouts and allergic reactions.  Rosehip also has healing properties so is helping my skin to recover as well as recuperate from environmental and other damage.  

As I had no reaction to the oil I deiced to use it on my decolletage where I tend to suffer most from psoriasis.  It took less than a week for the oil to work it's magic and heal the break out on my skin.  After two weeks there was no trace at all of my skin sensitivity. 


The Vital Moisturising cream really impressed me. You don't need a lot for your skin to feel hydrated and refreshed and this also keeps my skin condition under control.  

After the success of these two products I am now trying they Trilogy Age Proof Active Enzyme Cleansing Cream (200ml, £27.50).  I'm using this in place of my Clarin's Cream cleanser.  Using morning and night, I massage in to my skin, even around the sensitive eye area and use a hot wash cloth to remove.  This works well at removing my make up - there is sometimes a little mascara residue but this usually comes off well with a softer second application.  

My makeup goes on better following these products and my skin has felt less irritated during this long hot summer.  

If your looking for a new skin care range I would definitely recommend giving this a try.  



  

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