Trilogy’s Skincare Routine

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Whether you’re saying “I do” or attending a friend or family member’s wedding this summer, the increased humidity and sun exposure will take a toll on your skin. It’s important to make a change in your beauty regime now to leave your skin glowing and healthy for the occasion and the morning after.

Here's a routine of some all-natural Trilogy products that’ll keep your skin picture-perfect and enhance radiance not only this summer, but all year long…

Trilogy Mineral Radiance Mask (£21.50)

Take ten minutes out to calm any pre- and post-party stress with this purifying clay mask. It’s infused with Trilogy’s signature oils - rosehip and evening primrose - to nourish and hydrate, and mineral-rich kaolin clay to smooth. Plus, it targets and clears the T-zone so you can kiss those unwanted pimples goodbye.

Trilogy Vitamin C Energizing Mist Toner (£19.50)

For an instant freshen-up (or pick-me-up during the day) this spritz is perfect for leaving your skin radiant, refreshed, and energised. Its blend of mandarin, tangerine, ylang ylang, and antioxidant vitamin C will give you the glow you desire!

Trilogy CoQ10 Eye Recovery Concentrate (£27.50)

Stay bright-eyed all occasion long, with this anti-ageing eye cream. It includes natural hyaluronic acid to plump moisture, caffeine, and antioxidant co-enzyme Q10 to energise, and smoothing super-complexes L22 and Glycablend.

Trilogy AHA Resurfacing Serum (£33.50)

Formulated with Australian Lime Pearl Extract and Prickly Pear to target dullness and uneven skin tone, this serum exfoliates and brightens your complexion - plus it’s a perfect base for makeup.

Trilogy Mattifying Moisturising Lotion (£26.50)

There’s a fine line between glowing and looking oily, and I know you wouldn’t want the latter on an occasion like this. Thankfully, this lightweight moisturiser targets just that. It’s formulated with lemon myrtle to improve shine, salicylic acid to help clear the complexion, and rosehip, jojoba, and grape seed oils to hydrate.

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