With never-ending beauty talk and non-stop product launches, the future of skin care looks bright. Last year, spiritual skincare, pink packaging and probiotic brands had their moment. In 2018, we anticipate diversity in the beauty-sphere. For skin experts and beauty queens, here are the trends to watch from Skin Clinic Adelaide.
Face masks are getting classier. Available at spas and stores are masks for the arms, hands, breasts and chest. Trendy masks target ageing issues, crow’s feet and other skin disorders. When put on your skin, these masks boost serum absorption.
Plastics, when not recycled or disposed of safely, cause harm to the environment. To prevent pollution, glass and bioplastics are taking over. Because over-washing isn’t good for the skin and the planet, people are showering less. What’s more, the latest beauty products possess less water and green ingredients.
Comprehensive Skin Care
This anti-ageing approach beautifies the body from head-to-toe. Skin experts recommend the use of serums, cleansers, moisturisers and acid exfoliators. These products keep the skin hydrated and healthy. Embrace this trend if your skin is prone to irritation and dryness.
Brands are putting people first. It’s no longer one-size-fits-all. Through DNA analysis, skin care products tackle ageing at its source. Customized cosmetics suit each skin type. There’s no doubt that the industry is moving toward greater diversity.
Active Beauty Buys
Not many people know what products to use prior to and right after exercise. That’s why brands are focusing on active women. High-performance products target exercise-related concerns, especially redness and clogged pores. Keep an eye out for sweat-resistant mascara, breathable makeup and workout eyeliners.
Cannabis Skin Care
In Australia, medical marijuana is legal. Besides its medicinal benefits, cannabis has anti-inflammatory properties and a soothing effect. Cannabis as a skin care ingredient is setting the industry alight and making faces glow.
Skin Care Supplements
We’re used to dietary and bodybuilding supplements. Coming in late, but with a bang, are skin care supplements. Collagen in powder form and capsules with anti-ageing nutrients are gaining in popularity. These supplements protect against sun damage and oxidative stress.
Gender Neutral Beauty
“His & Hers” products are history. Fragrances are unisex – suitable for both ladies and gents. Hair care brands aren’t left behind. The newest and coolest beauty brands are concerned with performance. As long as the product works great, it doesn’t matter whether it’s for guys or gals.
Water Weight Foundations
Out goes contouring – in comes lightweight makeup. There’s much hype around water-light textures that amplify real skin. In demand are mascaras with a thin formula and natural look. Lightweight formulas are affordable and colourful.
Portable beauty is the in thing. Handy hair tools, micro-needling devices and light therapy masks fit in weekender bags. Other brands are going to follow suit. With go-go devices, ageing, smile lines, acne spots and eye bags are no bother.
If great looks are your new year’s resolution, why not stack your drawers with chic beauty products? From gadgets to supplements, you gotta retouch your skin. Work it, girl!