Avoid dry aeroplane skin: Trilogy Ultra Hydrating Face Cream & Rosehip Oil Antioxidant+

Trilogy Rosehip Oil Antioxidant+ and Ultra Hydrating Face Cream

Whoa. Hello, jetlag. Not too pleased to find you here. What did I expect though, really? 14 hour time differences and almost 24 hours of travelling will do that to a person.

Gotta say though, considering how craptacular I feel, my skin is in amazing condition. Although there was a whole arsenal that contributed to this positive outcome, the charge was led by two hero products – Trilogy Rosehip Oil Antioxidant+ and Trilogy Ultra Hydrating Face Cream.

Rosehip Oil is like a giant no duh when you’re travelling. I religiously put rosehip oil on every two hours when I’m flying long haul, interspersed with sprays of hydrating rosewater mist (I like Jurlique or Kosmea for this). This new Antioxidant+ formula of rosehip oil is like rosehip oil on steroids – hydrating as well as fighting off damage – perfect for combating the nasty effects of filtered aeroplane air.

Trilogy Ultra Hydrating Face Cream only landed on my desk two days before I embarked on my adventure and holy hell I want to kiss the PR who sent it to me because it SAVED MY SKIN. The air in New York was drier than a nuns coochie and this beautiful, delicious, very hydrating cream stopped it from shrivelling up and flaking off. BONUS POINTS – it has lavender in it, so it helped calm me down and keep me relaxed on the plane (that, and the valium). I can just tell this cream and I are going to be besties this winter.

If you’re flying in the near future (or just dread winter like I do), I highly recommend you head to Priceline and grab these two. PS – the face cream tube is bigger than you’re allowed to take on the plane, so you’ll need to decant a small amount into a container. Worth it.

Trilogy Rosehip Oil Antioxidant+ – $29.95 for 30ml
Trilogy Ultra Hydrating Face Cream – $37.95 for 75ml
Both from Priceline or Myer

These products were offered to Stuff That I Bought in accordance with our disclosure policy. They are both 100 kinds of awesome, so all reviews are truthful and uninfluenced.

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