As the beauty industry continues expanding, people seek something more fantastic. People want hero beauty and skincare products that improve skin’s appearance more meaningfully and deeply. Primers, creams, and serums flew off the shelves this year, hoping for a brighter future. Coined cosmeceuticals, new active ingredient products, give some people an improved skin appearance. However, many still need to visit a professional and licensed dermatologist to achieve their optimal health appearance. It has become clear that people are moving to a healthier and kinder way to treat their bodies and skin, so there will likely be a shift from harsh laser treatments and skin peels to organic methods to achieve similar results. As expected, treatments provided and done in a reputable dermatology office will yield more significant and longer-lasting results than over the counter simply due to the strength and potency of ingredients.
Anti-Inflammatory is Better for Skin and Health
Inflammation is always tied to other issues, whether our skin or something else. Because skin concerns and diseases can often be rooted in other health issues, anti-inflammatory products with quality ingredients may relieve inflammation. Many reputable dermatologists support strengthening the skin instead of peeling off layers through intense acid peels. The skin barrier is the new focus of skincare, finding ways to aid the skin in healing and becoming better at protecting itself. Most people find incorporating anti-inflammatory products is more accessible and better for our overall skin and health.
Skincare Approach Shifts
Anti-inflammatory supports an “inside-out” skincare approach. Since the public is spending more on the body overall, it shows that the investment to be healthy focuses on starting with inside health. The skin’s appearance highly depends on the body’s health, so this movement may prove a positive turn in multiple ways.
Treat and Repair Skincare
In line with a more organic way to approach skincare is a “treat and repair” approach. In contrast to a “guns blazing” skincare approach (remember putting whatever drying product you could find in the house on a pimple?), treat and repair prevents irritation and additional skincare concerns, especially for those with sensitive skin. Although everybody prefers a quick fix to skincare issues, the long and steady game will be the winning and sustainable solution to achieve healthier-looking skin.
At Home Skincare
Forced to manage isolation and closed stores through COVID-19, many people educated themselves and took on the task of taking care of their skin at home. Through trial and error, some have found skincare routines and products that satisfy their desires for their skin. As things previously reserved for the dermatology office became available to ship to your home, face peel masks and rejuvenating treatments got into the hands of anyone that wanted them. Since every skin type, color, and texture is unique, the products were effective for some but left most still wanting greater results. Some at-home skincare enthusiasts purchased LED lights to enhance the treatments, typically done by a licensed professional.
Although the availability of products has landed some people knee-deep in skincare routine steps and products, dermatologists will most often guide clients in a less-is-more treatment plan. Educated and trained in skin health, professional dermatologists understand how to target individual concerns, needs, and desires. Instead of using ten products that may or may not be working, sticking to essentials is a kinder way to treat your skin.
Eco-friendly Skincare Against Environmental Factors
Any news or social media post seems to have something to do with the environment and climate change. Regardless of what side of the discussion you find yourself on, almost everyone agrees that leaving less of a footprint is not a bad thing for our future. Often, ingredients do not need to be manufactured but are found in nature and can be harvested without damaging the environment. People are beginning to check labels for environmental efforts by companies and organizations providing beauty products.
One of the most incredible things about skincare today is the growing acceptance of the need for sunscreen daily! People using makeup or other skincare products are looking for broader coverage, and many products now have SPF in them to simplify a two-step process into one.
Storing and Keeping Products Safe
The skincare and beauty industry are making some pretty pennies in a society of people wanting to look their best. Skincare products are costly, and more expensive only sometimes equals better. Storing, keeping, and protecting skincare products should be part of the routine. If products become dried out or contaminated, they become less effective and can create other skin reactions. Follow the hygiene instructions for products and invest in your investment!
Exceptional licensed dermatologists know healthy skin is essential and should be available for every person. It is another thing to find products that can fit a budget, which is why when working with a dermatology office, they can customize treatment to fit your budget. In Atlanta, Buckhead Dermatology offers the best and most affordable solutions for all clientele.