I’ve never been the one that freaks out over aging skin. However, I’ve always been the one that freaks out over dry skin. Because, believe me, dry skin is uncomfortable. Also, dry and damaged skin does not look healthy. It looks thin, uneven, papery, and the opposite of radiant. And I love radiant skin; this is my skincare goal. For that reason, I decided to undergo this 2-week routine by using Trilogy Hyaluronic Acid + Booster Treatment (12.5ml for $44 – £29.50). As you can see, the thing is not cheap by any means, so I expected good results from it.
The Hyaluronic Acid + Booster Treatment uses powerful ingredients such as hyaluronic acid (think, hydration), acerola fruit extract (high in antioxidants), and ginseng root extract (for moisture). Also, my all-time favorite oil and best friend – the rosehip oil. Rosehip oil is loaded with skin-nourishing vitamins and essential fatty acids, making it a perfect oil.
Speaking about the texture, I somehow expected this treatment to feel sticky. But it’s not; it actually feels good on the skin. Some evenings I didn’t even have the need to apply any other moisturizer on top. Although the directions say to use the treatment for two weeks, it took me longer than that to finish the whole bottle. It looks small, but in reality, it’s pretty long-lasting.
I’m sure you’re most interested in hearing about the results. Well, I can happily say that it did improve my skin noticeably. I did not notice changes in moisture levels that much; I still needed my daily routine of a hydrating moisturizer. But after a couple of weeks, I noticed my skin becoming much softer. This especially was visible with makeup. Before, I needed to load up my skin with moisturizing products to not be cakey and dried out. But after the treatment, I noticed that a daily moisturizer (or even a more hydrating serum) was enough for my foundation to look good. I don’t think it’s necessary to constantly use this Hyaluronic Acid + Booster, but it’s a perfect pick-me-up treatment for tired, dehydrated skin.
Have you tried this treatment? What are the go-to treatments for revitalizing the skin?