2022 has been an incredible year for skincare trends. Instagram has been a driving force behind DIY beauty hacks (skin slugging, anyone?). Today, however, rather than looking back, we’re going to look forward. As the year wraps, we are seeing a new slew of trends and hero ingredients rise to prominence in this world, and we’re here to update you on what those are. If you’re one of those people who loves experimenting with new and upcoming treatments and products, then you’re in luck! Ahead, we’re listing down skincare trends that’ll reign supreme in 2023.
From vowing to use more planet-friendly products, to adopting the latest ingredients and switching up serums – here’s what’s in store for your skin in 2023. Read on to take a glimpse into your skin’s future.
Skincare Trends That Are Set To Explode In 2023
“Notox” Tweakments FTW!
Tweakments are gonna be #major in 2023. We’re talking about non-invasive treatments such as skin rejuvenations and LED facials as well as ‘notox’ that’ll help us mimic the result of a cosmetic procedure without the pain, cost, and downtime. The desire for affordable and needle-free alternatives to cosmetic procedures is gonna be on the rise. We’re gonna witness lots of innovative formulas that offer instant results. From skin-lifting tech devices to plumping creams and de-puffing eye creams – you can expect to see lots of new products that give clinic-worthy results sans the clinic visit.
As we approach the end of 2022 and head into the new year, more and more people are looking for ways to make their skincare more pocket-friendly without compromising on efficacy. Hence, we’re gonna see skincare products that can not only be used in more than one way but also provide numerous skin benefits will explode in popularity. From multi-tasking hybrids to two-in-one formulas – we are gonna see a less-is-more approach to skincare in 2023.
The IG-famous “clean girl” look is here to stay. And while you may think of it as a makeup trend, it’s far more linked with skincare. Beauty girls are veering toward low-maintenance makeup look that involves using makeup products with skincare benefits. They want their skin to look glowy and feel healthy and that is where the trend stems from.
Aging is beautiful and inevitable. This makes the term anti-aging mildly redundant. There are tons of serums and treatments that promise to delay signs of aging skin and the term anti-aging sets out to make us feel guilty about the fact. Just like we saw a more positive approach to acne, we’re gonna see the mature skin category getting a revamp in 2023.
Bodycare As Skincare
It’s true: Body care is neglected by the best of us, but there is going to be a major emphasis on body care products. Previously taboo concerns such as keratosis pilaris, body acne, pubic care, and dermatitis will be tackled head-on in 2023.
There’s always that one ingredient that headlines each year, and it’s probably gonna be hypochlorous acid this year. While the ingredient isn’t new to the beauty scene, it’s gonna enter the mainstream and be “IT” in 2023.
While we all know the benefits of slathering serums and moisturisers on our faces, 2023’s gonna be about a 360-degree approach to skincare which involves supplying the skin with beneficial nutrients and vitamins through oral supplements.
Science-backed skincare is gonna hog the beauty spotlight in 2023. People are gonna have an increased amount of knowledge of ingredients, products, and their particular skin type. They will be adding more clinically proven and efficacious products to their skincare routine.
You glow girl!
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