Hi, I’m just out on my deck in the freezing snow in mid-October when it’s typically like 50-60℉ out. We had fall for like a week, then apparently went right into winter which meant my girls were all trying on their Halloween costumes today while listening to Christmas music. “Alexa, play ‘All I Want for Christmas is You!'” 😂 Other than messing up my family photo plans in front of bright yellow leaves, colder temps also mean that it’s time to reinforce your skincare routine by adding some extra moisture and also something to undo damage caused by the summer sun. Rosehip Oil does both which is why I use it year round, but if you’re a newbie to it, now is a good time to start.
Whenever someone is looking for a simple, cost-effective way to combat fine lines, stretch marks, and boost overall skin health and appearance, I always recommend organic Rosehip Oil. Organic so it’s pesticide-free and more effective. I started using Trilogy’s while I was pregnant in 2012 (see the TV segment I did HERE talking about Trilogy and other safe skincare.) I was using Vitamin A for years but couldn’t when I was pregs, so this was the next best thing. Once I saw how beneficial it was for my skin, I just stuck with it.
Rosehip Oil Is Scientifically Proven to Improve Skin
THIS study (below) that, after reading it over and over for 10 or so minutes I finally understood that this research on Rosehip Oil yielded favorable results when it came to calming inflammation, eczema, and other skin issues. It works. Like, really works.
Trilogy expertly crafts a whole line of Rosehip oil-centered skincare, I trust their sourcing and independent certifications and you can see the quality in the oil that’s vibrant like a sunset- as it should be. It’s also GMO-free and cold-pressed which leaves all of the good stuff in tact without heating and damaging it.
Thank you to Trilogy for sending over the oil for review. Thoughts are mine. No affiliate links are present in this post.