Trilogy Rosehip Oil Antioxidant+ - review


I really need to start getting back into writing review posts again because I have quite a few products that are getting close to being finished and need to be reviewed before they're gone. This oil is one of them.

I've been using it for months and I enjoy it, and it's definitely one of the better Trilogy products I've tried. As you may know, I haven't had a lot of luck with Trilogy in the past - but this oil is decent and I would absolutely use it again. More on that below.

Trilogy claims/product details:

  • Combines nature’s most powerful skin-restoring and protecting properties in a unique and advanced formulation (Rosapene™)
  • This carefully selected seed oil blend works synergistically, delivering intensive nourishment to replenish softness and elasticity, as well as offering daily antioxidant protection for healthier, younger-looking skin
  • Potent super antioxidants lycopene from tomato and phytosterol from acai help protect 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
  • Helps to repair yesterday’s damage and protect from tomorrow’s
  • New independent clinical studies show Trilogy Rosehip Oil Antioxidant+ really works to improve skintone and brightness, wrinkles and elasticity
  • Certified organic and 100% natural
  • RRP $35.95 AUD for 30ml, but do shop around


This is a nice facial oil and I'm glad I've tried it because it's on my radar now and I may well buy it in future. I've tried a few rosehip oils before but only two of them have stood out for me and this is one of them. 

It's a lightweight, orange-coloured oil that smells of rosehip, feels beautifully rich in texture and just melts into the skin. It somehow manages to be hydrating without feeling too oily - a plus because I wouldn't use it in the morning before makeup application if it were too heavy. This I can happily use both morning and evening, and it works well in both spots.

After use, my skin feels nourished and comfortable. This is important for me because my skin is dry so I need oils and heavier creams to target any tightness and dehydration. This one does the job nicely, and I find I can use a lighter cream over it because it does the hard work for me.

As for whether it does things like help with skintone, brightness, wrinkles or elasticity - no it hasn't done those things for me so I wouldn't expect miracles, but it does meet those claims relating to hydrating and nourishing the skin, so if that's what you're after, then this is a good product to try.

One thing to note, however, is that the other rosehip oil I like (Natural Instinct's Rejuvenating Rosehip Oil, reviewed here) retails for $19.95 AUD - and although you get 5ml less in that bottle, it's still cheaper overall and I would pick that one over this for the difference in price alone. Still, you can buy this on special during one of Priceline's sales, so keep an eye out because it's worth waiting for 40 percent off.

Overall I like this product and recommend it. It's kept my dry skin happy without being too greasy and it's not super expensive (especially on sale) so I may well buy it in future.


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