Saturday, 29 November 2014

Triology Certified Organic Rosehip Oil Review

Triology Organic Rosehip Oil is my first try on facial oils, I've never used any facial oils before.I have dry to combination skin which becomes drier in winters.Therefore, I wanted to try something that ACTUALLY moisturises and nourishes the skin. Many beauty bloggers and youtube gurus were swearing by this oil and also it's an award wining product, So I thought to give it a try .I purchased this months ago but it’s taken me a while to get my review finished as I actually wanted to see if it really delivers what it claims or not.
 Product Description: ''Certified organic and 100% natural, Rosehip Oil Antioxidant+ combines nature’s most powerful skin restoring and skin protecting properties in a unique and advanced formulation, Rosapene TM “

Rosehip Oil can aid tissue regeneration, helping to minimise scars and also to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and is also beneficial to other skin conditions, such as eczema, age spots, hyperpigmentation, scars including acne scarring, stretchmarks etc. It can be used for any skin type - including oily skin. It is a fallacy that oil should not be used on oily skin types. If anything, this skin type needs moisture as it has a tendency to become dry/flaky. Rosehip oil has a PH similar to sebum, and will not exacerbate the oiliness. Instead, it will absorb quickly and easily, allowing the skin to breathe. It really is a wonderful natural treatment for the skin that has been used for centuries, and with regular use, can also help promote elasticity, firmness and smoothness, helping to keep skin appearing younger.
Ingredients Details: 
Rosapene is a red berry seed oil blend, which provides daily antioxidant protection and intensive nourishment to replenish softness and elasticity for healthier, younger looking skin.

Potent super antioxidants lycopene from Tomato and phytosterol from Acai help protect skin from premature ageing caused by environmental free radical damage.Nourishing essential fatty acids (Omegas 3 and 6) from Cranberry and Rosehip moisturise and renew.Mineral and vitamin rich Oat extract provides a soothing and luxurious feel that glides on the skin.

It's packed full of EFA's, antioxidants and naturally occurring vitamins that the skin loves. It has also been clinically tested and shown to help minimise the appearance of wrinkles, smooth skin and dramatically improve skin moisture levels, leaving the skin's appearance radiant and glowing. This lightweight, non-greasy, golden oil contains Omega 3, 6 and 9, essential fatty acids and antioxidants to restore optimum skin health.
 Packaging: Triology Organic Rosehip Oil comes in a dark glass bottle with a glass dropper lid – It looks like an expensive medicated product. 
My Views:
   Trilogy’s Rosehip Oil is meant to help with scars, wrinkles and any uneven tone. It contains a powerful blend of oils and vitamins to produce a product which helps to refine and repair skin, helping to promote better hydration and smoother, softer skin. It’s certified organic so there’s no preservatives or any harmful ingredients.
This Rosehip oil is golden in colour and is odourless.I use around 3-4 drops of this morning and night and after cleansing and this is sufficient to cover my face. You really don't need a lot. I massage it in my skin using circular motions. It absorbs very quickly and never feels greasy or heavy I then apply my moisturiser as normal. It plumps up my skin and makes it feel smooth and healthy. It seems to help repair the skin and speeds up the whole process. it is suitable for both the body and the face and is particularly great for dehydrated or aging skin.
After using the oil at for around two months,  I found that my skin looked nice and clear.This Rosehip Oil suits me quite well, it makes my dry forehead and cheeks hydrated and also helps keep blemishes at bay.  It has also reduced my fine lines of under eye area. My skin felt smoother and clear!

My Recommendation:
Overall, I love this Certified Organic Rosehip Oil and I will continue to use it on my face before I go to bed to help keep my skin moisturised and clear from blemishes. I have been using the large 45ml bottle size and this will last me for months because i just use 4 drops a day, It's available in a small 25ml bottle as well.I would say it’s definitely worth investing in. It has improved my skin a lot!

Price & Availability: Triology Certified Organic Rosehip Oil price starts at £16.50 for 20ml, It's available at  Triology website. I purchased mine for an online store HASH. It's a 45ml bottle which cost me around 4300 Rs.

Rating: 5/5

Have you tried any facial oils? If yes, please share your experience :)

Till then, 


12 comments :

  1. Sounds like a great product!

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  2. Looks like a great facial oil to try, thanks for the review :)

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  3. This sounds a miracle product.. Esp for dry skin..but is definitely expensive...

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  4. This product looks amazing :) i dont apply oils mostly but i think that i need to try this out :) and great review as always ^\^

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  5. Great review. I wouldn't be able to use that sadly, I am oily so any little thing on my face and it gets worse! D:

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  6. Thanks for the review of this oil, sounds like a great product!

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  7. I agree with the benefits of Rosehip oil, using it, in another brand, since last year and love how it tackles my extra dry skin :)

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  8. great post, love revieuws like this. Ive been wanting to try a face oil but Im too scared it breaks me out.
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  9. I have this one on my wishlist. It sounds lovely but the only thing that concerns me about using an oil on blemishes.. do you use them over active breakouts? The one from Boots didn't work well for me and has left me a little wary of oils now..
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  10. I really like facial oils, even for my combination skin. I only like to use it at night though or on days when I don't wear makeup. I've tried Josie Maran Argan oil and a couple others from samples in my Birchbox or Ipsy. I will definitely add this one to my list especially if you had noticeable results from it. Thanks for the review.

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