Natural skincare is big news right now, with organic facial oils making headlines around the world.
One such product is Trilogy’s Certified Organic Rosehip Oil. Not just because a model, royalty and fashion designer all use it, but because it’s one of the finest quality oils on the market.
Not all organic rosehip oils are created equal. Depending on the source and amount of processing after harvesting, these oils can be poles apart in terms of what they offer.
So, how do you spot a quality organic rosehip oil?
The best organic rosehip oil will be vibrant golden or red-orange in colour. These rich hues indicate the presence of skin-protecting beta-carotene and essential fatty acids. A paler oil may have been oxidised, heavily processed or come from an inferior source.
Another handy indicator is the consistency of the oil; it should be smooth but thick. Oil with a thin texture suggests a lower quality product.
A good organic rosehip oil will have been cold pressed to ensure maximum potency, vitamin levels and mineral content. This is the most natural oil extraction method and doesn’t expose the seeds to high temperatures or chemicals. The result is a super-concentrated product that delivers fabulous restorative benefits to the skin.
Avoid oils that have been processed using heat or solvent extraction as it damages and neutralises bio-active properties, reducing the benefits.
Certification from a reputable organic body gives validity to any organic, ethical claims. Trilogy’s Certified Organic Rosehip Oil is certified by BioGro, giving customers assurance the oil has come from rosehips grown and processed without pesticides, herbicides and other chemical interventions. It also means the product has not been tested on animals, is GMO-free, and follows sustainable practices.
It’s time to make the switch to natural skincare, starting with Trilogy’s Certified Organic Rosehip Oil.