Trilogy believe that the most powerful ingredients for your skin come from nature.
In 2002 they combined their commitment to natural skincare with their passion for the environment to create Trilogy; high performance products designed to be gentle on your skin and our planet.
To Trilogy beauty is far more than cosmetic - it’s about a glowing complexion reflecting truly healthy skin and a balanced approach to life.
Their philosophy for healthy skin and the inspiration for their name is the triad of simplicity, purity and vitality. Trilogy products contain a blend of pure botanical extracts, in unique formulations, designed to restore the natural vitality and radiance of your skin and hair by working in perfect harmony with them.
At the heart of Trilogy is a commitment to environmental, cultural and ethical sustainability. Like you, they believe that even the little things we do make a big difference. So whenever they are designing a new product or revising an old one, creating packaging or working out how to get their skincare to the other side of the world, they focus on their mantra and their mission: maximum effect on your skin, minimum effect on our environment.™
Trilogy set out to make products that are a little bit different; products that not only perform better but are better ethically, aesthetically and environmentally and help you make a more conscious decision about the way you care for your skin, your wellbeing and your world.
No paraben preservatives are used in any Trilogy products.
They use only 100% natural blends of essential oils. No synthetic perfumes are used in Trilogy products. The term ‘parfum’ is the industry term for all perfumes and fragrances, natural or artificial.
Trilogy products do not contain animal derived ingredients except for Honey and Beeswax. Most are suitable for Vegans with the exception of the following products:
Trilogy does not test on animals and never has. Trilogy does not support the testing of products on animals and is a Cruelty Free accredited company. All Trilogy product testing is undertaken by happy human volunteers who are paid to take part in testing protocols. They do not work with laboratories that test on animals.