More and more people understand the anti-inflammatory aspect of life and that inflammation triggers problems with our overall health and causes skin dysfunctions. This indicates that we’re moving away from certain trends like Retin-A or acid peels, in order to strengthen the skin as an organ, strengthen skin barrier function and our microbiome and instead, we’re transitioning to an anti-inflammatory skincare routine and lifestyle that’s better for our health and kinder to our skin.
Professionals expect 2022 will see more people opting for simpler skin-care routines and a minimalistic approach. After a few trials and errors, many clients are starting to realize that less is more when it comes to skincare and that using too many products doesn’t guarantee effective results; it can sometimes even do the opposite. Simply keeping your skin hydrated and protected can make a big difference.
SPF will remain in demand throughout 2022 as its vital use is now recognized, widely recommended and emphasized by doctors, aestheticians and beauticians as being one of the most important skincare requirements.
Clients are no longer looking for quick-fix treatments; the future of facials are long-term bespoke programs, the same way you think about a training program for your body, it is the same concept for the skin, mind, and body. There is a demand for luxury care both inside and outside of the treatment room which includes post, and pre-care, specialist consultancy and at-home routine recommendations for long-term results.
Weinstock, Tish. “The Skin Care Trends to Know in 2022, According to the Experts”