Trilogy Raha Natural Perfume Review

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Hey lovelies,

After the success of their first foray into fragrance last year (Jua), Trilogy are back again with their new natural perfume Raha. They've collaborated again with So They Can, which is a non profit organisation working to educate and empower African communities. Here are some cool facts about Raha:

  • Blended with sunflower oil purchased from So They Can’s farm in Tanzania
  • NZ$2 from every bottle sold donated to ‘So They Can’
  • 250 bottles of Raha donated to So They Can for their own fundraising
  • Aims to fundraise $30,000, which will provide income for 50 Tanzanian sunflower growers and harvesters, along with a year's education each for 500 children
Trilogy Raha Natural Perfume Review

Beautifully presented in a patterned cardboard box, Raha is a rollerball perfume perfect for popping in your handbag. It has an RRP of $24.90NZD for 7.5ml and is very limited edition, so grab it while you can!

Trilogy Raha Natural Perfume Review

Trilogy Raha Natural Perfume Review

Trilogy Raha Natural Perfume Review

I'm no perfume expert, though I'll do my best. The fragrance notes given by Trilogy are:

Top notes: vibrant fresh green galbanum, citrus, bergamot, black pepper
Middle notes: blue iris, marine accord, rose, frankincense
Base notes: warm vanilla, subtle spice

When I first apply Raha, it feels very green and fresh to me, but with a masculine edge, like a hint of spicy aftershave, matching the top notes very well. After a few hours it becomes sweeter, more floral but still far from your nana's perfume. It's not a powdery floral at all. I stopped noticing any scent after about six hours.

Trilogy Raha Natural Perfume Review

Raha is available from selected Farmers, pharmacy, department and health stores nationwide or on the Trilogy website, but remember, it is limited edition so you'll have to be quick!

Will you be checking out Raha?

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Lani

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