Trilogy have launched 2 new fantastic products in the Age Proof range this week, Active Enzyme Cleansing Cream and CoQ10 Eye Recovery ConcentrateTrilogy’s Age Proof collection is designed to help you combat the signs of ageing, from the first signs and as your skin matures. As with all Trilogy products the range is free of parabens, mineral oils, fragrances, SLS and artificial colours.

Active Enzyme Cleansing Cream is a luxurious cleanser to cleanse and renew for an ageless complexion.  Papaya and pineapple gently polish away the build up of older skin cells, reducing the appearance of wrinkles and pigmentation. Liquorice and mulberry extracts brighten and refine your skin tone, while pure plant oils jojoba, sunflower and vitamin E help to nourish and soothe, leaving skin perfectly primed for maximum serum and moisturiser absorption.

CoQ10 Eye Recovery Concentrate is for eyes that look and feel younger, brighter and refreshed.  Packed with a powerful cocktail of antioxidant-rich botanical extracts, Co-enzyme Q10 protects against photo ageing while caffeine from green coffee stimulates microcirculation to decrease puffiness and horse chestnut helps reduce the appearance of dark circles.  Combine this with the gentle massaging action of the roll-on applicator, and you’ve got everything you need to bring out your best, freshest looking eyes. Trilogy has also been highly publicised in the press recently and the Trilogy Sensitive Range was recently featured in ‘You’ Magazine and recommended for ‘skincare in your 20s’.

Celebrity Charlotte Church also is a fan of the Sensitive Skin range and has recently sung her praises: “Trilogy Very Gentle Moisturising Cream is the best moisturiser ever. I use it every day and it makes a huge difference to my skin. When I stopped using it for a few days, my skin really suffered as a result.”

Shop the full Trilogy Range here and read more about why we love Trilogy. We would love to hear about your favourite Trilogy product and why you love using it.  Please let us know!

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