Skin Care Trends for 2017

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Laser Smooth Company_Skin Care Trends for 2017

Healthy, luminous skin is always on trend, achieving it, however, involves different methods for every skin type. Once you’ve cleared the hydration, moisturization, healthification and sun protection hurdles, you might want to move on to investigating the best serums, masks, and OTC treatments for your skin

Trends change and with each era comes new and exciting opportunities to indulge your skin. In 2017 we saw exciting trends in skin care emerge, from fragrant rose water serums to cartoonish sheet masks, this year has been exceptionally awesome for our skin.

Our favorite emerging trends are:

Micellar Water – Facial wash, moisturizer and makeup remover all in one made possible by tiny beads of oil suspended in soft water; this simple solution to the complex cleaning ritual of yore has us tickled pink (just in the cheeks-call it a healthy glow!)

Hyaluronic Acid – Once relegated to pricey anti-aging creams found behind posh department store counters, hyaluronic acid has found its way to the beauty aisle at your local drugstore. It’s unparalleled hydrating and wrinkle reducing qualities make it a must for any skin care enthusiast’s vanity.

Retinoid Serum – For more even tone, to reduce the effects of sun damage and to boost collagen production, turn to the secret weapon of dermatologists, now available in many OTC varieties.

Clay Masks – Reimagined for a new generation, clay masks have been totally upgraded. Ingredients like sulfur, charcoal, and bentonite clay are giving the classic spa mask a real facelift.

Skin care is a concern for all of us, but if unwanted hair is impeding your ability to treat your skin the way it deserves, contact us at Laser Smooth for a free consultation.

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