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June 20, 2011

Sinéad's Updated Skincare Routine

One of the first posts we ever did on VivaAdonis was about our respective skincare routines as we wanted you to know what we were dealing with when choosing, using and reviewing certain products. Unbelievably, that was over seven months ago now and, naturally, our skincare routines have evolved and changed.

I would still consider my skin type to be normal and, for the most part, in good nick. I rarely get spots or blemishes and my pores are quite small and manageable. My biggest skin woe, without a doubt, is eczema on my lower legs which I am still doing everything in my power to cure myself of (wishful thinking? Probably.)

As with make-up, I like to try new brands and approaches to skincare, partially so my skin doesn't get too comfortable with the products and partially so I don't get bored! So, what am I currently using?

We recently received a package containing a whole pile of Trilogy products. I already have the revered Trilogy Rosehip Oil which I have been using to treat my eczema scars and, while I wanted to try out more from the New Zealand range, I didn't have the money at the time to buy more of it.

So, you can imagine my excitement to receive some of the products I had been looking at in the chemist! Now, I have only been using these for about a week and, I like to trial skincare for at least three weeks so, I can't comment on how good or bad they are yet but, just to let you know what I'm working with at the moment;







  1. Trilogy Face Care Cream Cleanser
  2. Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil
  3. Trilogy Face Care Vital Moisturising Cream
If it transpires that I like this range, I would definitely be interested in picking up the Hydrating Mist Toner, the Eye Contour Cream and the Gentle Facial Exfoliant if the funds allow it.

Dee also received some products from the line so, once we've trialled them for around three weeks, we will be able to give you a pretty comprehensive overview of the Trilogy brand so, stay tuned for that.

Love,

S x

7 comments:

  1. Have you tried acupuncture for your eczema? (sorry if you have, it always wrecks my head when people say have you tried blah blah blah for your migraine when I have literally tried everything!) I used to have really awful eczema on my arms & had acupuncture with Sue Pin in Terenure which got rid of it.

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  2. Really? Like did she puncture the eczema itself or certain areas? That's really interesting, must look into it! Thanks! x

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  3. It was a good few years ago but as far as I remember she just put the needles in my back and shoulders rather than the actual affected area. It took a few sessions but it worked whereas steroids/creams/herbal stuff didn't. Yeah defo worth looking into!

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  4. I never knew rosehip oil worked for eczema! I'll be checking out that tip!

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