10 Biggest Skin care Trends for 2020 – New ingredients, products, innovations, skincare routines!

10 Biggest Skin care Trends for 2020 – New ingredients, products, innovations, skincare routines!

10 Biggest Skin care Trends for 2020 – New ingredients, products, innovations, skincare routines!

We looked into articles of plenty, racked our brains, and gathered all the information we think are going to be game changers in the skincare. So we have 10 upcoming trends that we think are going to shake the skincare world. https://worldgraphics20.com/2020/11/25/best-making-iphone-live-wallpapers-using-free-apps/

Yes, gently. Subtly on the skin. Starting off with skin and gut microbiome. This is a particularly interesting one that I’m really drawn to you know, the more and more we find out about our bodies how it’s all interconnected with our skin and mind and everything, it starts to all make sense why. How skincare on the top can really affect us, you know, inside.

For a quick refresher, what is a microbiome? Okay, so we have two main systems: the gut and the skin. Both of which contain their own eco system of living organisms! Including good & bad bacteria and fungi viruses and all that good stuff.

This protective veil on the outer layer of our skin, which is also lining our gut, is called the microbiome. So when it’s healthy and balanced, our skin will feel healthy and balanced. As well as the gut, the body, the skin, mind, and all. So to understand the microbiome system a little bit more, it comes down to three main things.

First is prebiotics. So prebiotics are what allows the probiotics to thrive. And probiotics are basically the bacteria that is in our gut and our skin. And then there’s postbiotics, which is what happens when the microbe’s chemistry is released after it perishes into an abyss.

Or dies. Bye! Specifically in skincare, quoting Paula’s Choice’s website. When your skin’s microbiome is in balance, it helps offset factors that can negatively influence skin. Which may lead to redness, dryness, and weakened surface that more quickly shows signs of aging from environmental attacks.

So it’s important to apply good probiotics to our skin, along with prebiotics. And it just basically protects our skin and forms that first line of defense. And just some examples of where you’ll see this. ‘Cause they started popping up last year. Yeah! (Ro: Yeah!) Very recently. Dr. Jart+ has the Vital Hydra Solution Biome Water Cream. And then there’s also Renée Rouleau: The Rapid Response Detox Toner.

There’s also the boscia’s Resurfacing Treatment Toner with Apple Cider Vinegar. Because apple cider vinegar is one of those naturally occurring chemical exfoliants. And when you drink it, you know why they say mix it with water? It is because it helps with the microbiome system inside the body. And then there’s also The Inkey List Multi-Biotic Moisturizer.

Beyond just skincare products, you can now find a lot of prebiotics/probiotics in powder form to just eat. And they’re actually kind of fun to eat. It’s like those candy things you used to have as a kid. It’s kind of like [that], but actually healthy. We’re actually going to dive deep into the skin and gut axis in next week’s video with Mandy.

So keep an eye out for that! If you were just as excited as us over how cool the human body is! Next is microencapsulation. The future of skincare begins now ~ So last year, we talked a good amount about products that have microencapsulation.

Last year was new, and I think this year’s is gonna – (Fel: Blow up.) It wasn’t a widely marketed form of delivery system, I guess. So how does encapsulation work? They basically work like a shuttle and gently delivers active ingredients like retinol, vitamin C, niacinamide, and even glycolic acid to our skin.

These actives are surrounded or encapsulated in a protein polysaccharide-based shell. Once applied, the shell or capsule will disintegrate or fade or burst, allowing the active to be released onto your skin. It’s kinda like those drinks the – It’s not boba. It’s like the bursting bubbles.

Yeah. That you can also get as a topping at Pinkberry! This excerpt is from Delivery System Handbook For Personal Care and Cosmetic Products. So what this excerpt is basically saying is that the higher the active ingredient, you know, the more potent it gets.

the more reactive it can be in its environment. Like we talked about [with] vitamin C, even glycolic acid. All of these can be affected by heat and light and air. What microencapsulation does is basically encapsulate that specific ingredient. So it’s just floating around until it needs to be used, and then it will slowly release. So there are a couple of products that we’ll talk about a little later.

But we even talked to Chemist Confessions, who was previously a formulator for one of these big skincare beauty brands, in an off-the-record conversation that we had. “Does microencapsulation or encapsulation work?” And she said yes. Because it all comes down to the formulation and the delivery to the skin to actually gain the effects of certain key ingredients.

And I think the best example for being able to physically see something like this is in Skin Inc The Supplement Bar Serum. You basically fill out a question naire of your skin types and skin concerns. And then they’ll give you the different colors based off of different – Yeah. It’s so cute! I think the pink is vitamin A.

And then the hydration is this light blue color or a dark blue. And then you can – they’ll give you three that you pour in together and you shake it up. For some microencapsulation, you don’t even know it’s encapsulated. It’s so small and so microscopic or whatever.

So the smaller ones that you can’t really feel is like the Glow Recipe Avocado Retinol Sleeping Mask. It’s really nice! I wake up [and] the skin around my eyes are like, “I’m alive!” And all the wrinkles are like SCHLURP (Fel: Yeaah.) It’s like, “I’m not there anymore!” And then there’s also the Bliss Incredi-peel Pads, which is that glycolic acid peel that has 10% glycolic acid.

It’s very effective for brightening and smoothing out the skin. But because it’s 10%, it can also be quite irritating. So the fact that they put it in a microencapsulated delivery system helped to release it over time. Which meant that you could still get 10% while protecting sensitive skin. And there’s also the CeraVe Skin Renewing Retinol Serum.

Retinol is also another quite irritating and drying ingredient if used at high percentages. So this one is another slow delivery. Through serum! Good on you CeraVeee. So next one is multi-tasking skincare or “skipcare”. Which is basically the antithesis of the 10-step k-beauty rituals.

Or there’s also a term from Harper’s Bazaar: Skin-i-ma-list Skinimalist. Skin animal. (Fel: I like that.) Skin ani- I just – I don’t know. It sounds a little crazy to me. (Fel: Skinimalist.) Was it beginning of last year, maybe even 2018 that was when 10-step skincare was in full… It’s like ’16/’17 ’cause glass skin was ’17.

That was rampant for a really long time! So I think now we’re moving into taking it back [and] stripping it back to something very streamlined. Beauty brands are creating ways to make our routine as quick and easy as possible. Meaning they formulate products that lets us combine and replace steps. We’re talking about essence toners, exfoliating cleansers, and all-in-one concentrates just to name a few.

And while these aren’t new in the skincare world, prepare to see a lot more of these products this year. Because multi-step products is just like one product that does a lot of things. So it’s also going to decrease the clutter in your bathroom and room. And they’ll also help you save time and money because we know how exhausting and expensive regimes in skincare can get.

Some of the products that we’ve experienced or we’ve tried is the VENN All-In-One Concentrate. So this one is packed with a lot of ingredients. The texture is quite lightweight. It’s like a lightweight lotion moisturizer. It really did strip down the time. You know days that you’re just tired or whatever and you don’t want to think about mehmehmeh mehmehmeh

? You just do once and you’re like, “Okay, bedtime.” Yeah. So for me this year, I feel like looking back on 2019, LANIEGE.

The Cream Skin was like mindblown when I read about it. You’re taking a moisturizer and turning it into a toner consistency. That’s crazy! That was really – So you can use this essence serum toner as your moisturizer. You can use it! I can’t. I need an emollient to seal all that in, but I think you can get away with just using it on its own.

10 Biggest Skin care Trends for 2020 – New ingredients, products, innovations, skincare routines!

10 Biggest Skin care Trends for 2020 – New ingredients, products, innovations, skincare routines!

And I don’t think you’ll even understand how this works until you feel it on the skin. It transforms the consistency. it’s like water and then it’s like it starts getting a bit more like – Sticky. Not sticky but tacky. And you’re like, “What is going on?” And there’s also the Sioris Time Is Running Out Mist, which is one of my favorite. You have oil and toner, so you can use it as – You know, I’ve actually been using it as my last step in the wintertime.

To give me that oil at the very very end. And it’s great! I mean, the good thing about mist is that you can just mist on at any step of the routine. Wherever you are, whatever time it is. So we’ll also leave the videos where we’ve talked more extensively about these products below.

So you guys can check that out. Next is customized skincare. Who doesn’t love a good customization routine, right? One brand that comes to mind when you say customizing or, you know, customizing the formulation is Curology. Because there’s so many different ingredients that are claimed to help with acne. We just don’t know what to go for first.

So when you have actual, you know, industry experts like dermatologists behind it helping you formulate these things, it just takes the confusion and the stress out of needing to pick it yourself. So what’s interesting is that with customization, there’s two routes.

One can be customization by a human. So dermatologists, specialists, [and] someone who knows how to treat and identify. Yes. And there’s AI. So data, machine learning. You go on a website. You can fill out a form of “This is what my lifestyle is. This is what my skin concerns are.” And then they’ll give something to you. I think with the AI, what it would output is still quite general. It is. It’s very general.

You know what I think about AI is there’s different buckets. Like if a person selects a few things, it’s just – You know, they all drop down. It’s like – The marble board, yeah. And then you’re – It’s gonna drop into one of the five or one of the ten options.

So it’s as much as it is customized, I don’t think it’s ‘so tailored to you’ customized. So even though that makes it easier, I think also one of the better things to do is power back to yourself! To know how to customize yourself. Next is minerals and electrolytes. Until recently, skincare brands mostly focused on vitamins A, B, C, and E or the most popular ones.

And while vitamins will continue being as popular as ever, it’s also the year for more minerals and electrolytes to shine! Okay, so when we talk about minerals, we’re referring to things like zinc, sulfur, [and] selenium, which will become even more mainstream. Because you hear about these more as an internal supplement most of the times.

But you’re gonna see them more in our skincare. Zinc is known for its healing and antioxidant properties and sebum regulation. Sulfur helps with acne, decongested pores, and anti-aging. And selenium is great for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-aging properties.

If you’re in the acne field, you’ll know zinc and sulfur are really great serums, moisturizers, [and] sprays. You’ll see zinc and sulfur spread out through all. And for electrolytes, they’re essential minerals that emit a charge when mixed with liquid.

So Gatorade or Pocari sweat. They are naturally found in our bodies and play a part in tissue repair, pH balance, and other bodily functions. More importantly, they replenish hydration and lock in moisture, making it a great ingredient for dehydrated skin in desperado need of some T.L.C. Some examples of electrolytes are magnesium, potassium, and calcium. Magnesium helps to improve hydration and our skin barrier.

It enhances skin’s natural shedding process and generates adenosine triphosphate to energize the cells. So what this means is it’s just great for the body. Yes! Potassium helps facilitate water pathways and reinforces the skin barrier again. And when we talk about clear, strong, healthy, youthful skin, we’re talking about the skin barrier.

And calcium is a humectant and influences how new cells are formed and how they move from each layer of the skin. So all of these are just great for the skin barrier. So some of the products that you’ll see that are already out capitalizing on this. Drunk elephant has come out with an Electrolyte Waterfacial Masque.

And then Paula’s Choice has the Water-Infusing Electrolyte Moisturizer. Anything with electrolyte in it, I just feel like “Charged With Water!” Like “Charizard! Woosh!” For magnesium, there’s REN’s Evercalm Overnight Recovery Balm. Oh, it’s very thick. Yeah, I wouldn’t recommend using that over the entire face.

Because it’s like intense recovery. And then another new one is the Glow Recipe Banana Soufflé Moisturizer. I just used it this morning and oh my goodness! It’s so amazing! Just like glides over the face. I love that they called it a soufflé. And it’s really good for stressed skin [and] really good for dehydrated skin.

There’s also The Ordinary Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate. Next is gentle & less aggressive skincare. This concept really isn’t new. And if you’ve been following us from the beginning, you know we’ve been shifting further away from super potent and potentially aggressive actives to more soothing, calming, and hydrating ingredients.

Basically skin-berry friendly-ingredients. I think the Korean skincare trends are always based in…calming [and] soothing. Even Japanese. They don’t have anything like glycolic acids and all that stuff. Because when we talked to Uruoi they were like, “Yes. All about hyaluronic acid.” Because – Yes! ‘Cause your skin already naturally pushes out skin.

It exfoliates itself. It’s a very naturally occurring thing. So you just want to facilitate it. So with centella asiatica or CICA, there’s a plethora of them now. There’s Dr. Jart+. There’s Purito. It’s everywhere. For mugwort, there’s the I’M FROM mask. And there’s the whole line, mugwort line. And for honey, I’M FROM also has a really great honey line. And for rice, they also have a really good line for rice! ok, i hope you enjoy this artical. if you enjoy and if this artical helpful for you then share it with your friends. thankyou.

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