Trends in Skincare You Need to Know Right Now

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There are trends in skincare you need to know right now.  While the beauty industry flourishes with innovation and catchphrases, 2016 was the year that ‘antipollution ’ took the show.  This caused many lotions and potions vowing to guard skin against harmful micro-sized particles being introduced.

Meanwhile, there has been an increase in interest in natural and organic beauty products. Thanks to this increased interest in what precisely goes into beauty products, women of all ages have been looking for cleaner, greener choices.

Developments in skin technology were enormous in 2016.  Panasonic revealed a model for a ‘smart mirror’, which identifies skin issues and then prints out 3D slivers of color-matched make-up to hide your flaws. But, while these are thrilling in terms of technology, neither are probably going to be on the shelves for a couple of years.

What are the products that will be filling cabinets and shelves in 2017?

There was a bit of a probiotic-based skincare that began this year.  And with more research demonstrating that bacteria – incorporating lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium – being valuable to skin, you can anticipate this category to increase. Also anticipate that you’ll see skincare ingredients that are made of algae, moringa and kale as natural and organic beauty products gain popularity.

Water is more inclined to be a chief ingredient in the majority of products, but in the next year the emphasis on hydration will be great. Products will use water-based ingredients and jelly consistency to offer an extremely weightless, breathable finish.  After all, the more hydrated your skin is, the plumper, firmer and healthy it looks.

Dry body brushing has always been the answer for helping to softly exfoliate skin, increase circulation, and shrink the appearance of cellulite. Dry brushing is used in Asia to enhance the tone and feel of your face and give you radiant glowing skin.  They also use soap in lieu of cleanser to wash their face.  That may indicate using bar soap will be the trend here soon.

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The 2017 skincare trends you need to have on your radar