Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Samples #3: Trilogy Rosapene Night Cream*

Now this is what I call a good sized sample! This 25ml pot of Trilogy Rosapene Night Cream* was actually sent out to me a while ago as a PR sample, but me being me I actually completely forgot all about it and it was chucked into the dreaded 'samples drawer' only for me to discover it nearly two months later. I recently ran out of my go to night cream so decided to give this a little run and see whether I liked it or not. 

The cream aims to draw out toxins and impurities whilst you sleep in order to brighten the skin. On the website it states: 'wake up to a brighter revitalized complexion'. The ingredients contain rosehip oil, avocado oil and vitamin E which immediately tell me that this is a good quality skin care product as these are the types of ingredients which will normally encourage me to buy something. I have never tried anything by Trilogy before, but I really liked this.

When I first went to use this there was a really strong smell from the cream which was not unpleasant just a little strong for my nostrils, however, once you apply this cream it sinks straight into the skin and there is literally no lingering scent. While the texture of this is a little thicker and more rich than what I am used to I actually really enjoyed this, and I would go as far as saying that it is a marginally cheaper dupe for L'occitane's Cream Divine

When I woke up in the morning my skin looked fresher and brighter, and instead of my forehead looking dry and dehydrated it looked very radiant and fresh! This definitely did a good job of completely energizing my skin over night, and I've seen small but significant changes to my skin since I started using this. For example, about three days after I started using this i noticed how nice my make up was and people kept giving me compliments saying that my make up was lovely! 

Overall, I really enjoyed this and I think I might purchase myself a bigger jar come payday as although it is a little expensive sometimes you really do get what you pay for; and its nowhere near as expensive as L'occitane's offering. 

Have any of you tried this product or anything by Trilogy? What night cream do you use? 



  1. It sounds really nice! Great review. :)

    1. Thanks lovely, let me know if you ever try it :) xxxx

  2. It sounds really promising. Really want to try it. I'm wondering whether it good for combination/oily skin?

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    1. My skin is oily and it didn't seem to break me out any that I've noticed! I use the la roche posay effaclar under it on my spotty areas though :) xxxx


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