Trends come and go, and that’s especially true for the beauty industry. Between a constant influx of new skincare products promising to deliver miracle results to new technology at your dermatologist’s office…it can seem like there’s always a new cosmetic craze to try. We believe that true trends are not transient and help to shape both our current and future cosmetic developments. With that in mind, here are 5 skincare trends for 2023 worth learning about.
The popular “less is more” trend will continue in 2023 based on naturalness – doing without unnecessary products and celebrating our natural beauty. Skinimalism is not just about make-up routine, but skincare itself: relying on quality over quantity and using as few products as possible. Multifunctional skincare products like hydrating serums for the face and hair are already on the rise.
Clean beauty is a trend that’s here to stay in 2023 (and beyond!) With an abundance of dermatology information now online, social media has given rise to a new age of savvy skincare shoppers. Consumers are more aware than ever of the effects certain ingredients can have on their skin, creating a demand for cleaner products. And with environmental concerns more pressing than ever, many skincare companies are cutting down on packaging too.
Niacinamide is a vitamin B3 derivative and can have a positive effect on the complexion if used regularly. The antioxidant properties protect the skin from free radicals and prevent premature skin aging. It’s a powerful anti-inflammatory, so it can be helpful in treating conditions like acne and rosacea.
Electrolytes will undoubtedly be one of the biggest skincare trends in 2023. Electrolytes are certain minerals, such as magnesium, calcium, potassium, and sodium. Above all, these support the moisture balance of the skin and can treat and prevent dry patches. Whether in creams, serums, or sprays, electrolytes are now in a wide variety of products.
Lasers are often associated with SciFi movies and futuristic technology, but they’re a mainstay in many dermatology practices. Our laser hair removal and laser skin resurfacing treatments are quickly becoming some of our most popular offerings – and for good reason. Laser skin treatments are relatively quick, quite effective, and contrary to popular belief, cause minimal discomfort.
Putting your best face forward in 2023 begins at the Dermatology Institute & Laser Center. Whether your new year’s resolutions include clearing up your complexion, finally fading those dark spots, or trying Botox® for the first time, we can help you achieve your skincare goals. Call our Clifton (973-472-1000) or North Bergen (201-255-4046) location to make an appointment.