Monday, October 17, 2016

8 Predictions for the Top Skincare Ingredients of 2017




With every new year comes a batch of new skincare crazes. To find out what’s in store for 2016, I decided to kick off the year by reaching out to some of the most respected and well-known experts in the industry to pick their brains about what ingredients they believe will become vital to our daily beauty routines in the upcoming year. Their answers ran the gamut from cholesterol (yep!) to turmeric powder and everything in between. While some of their predictions might surprise you, one thing’s for sure, if you want to have the best skin of your life in 2016 you’ll definitely want to incorporate a few of these expertly forecasted ingredients into your regimen ASAP.

1. Niacinamide

 Prediction: “Niacinamide will be one of the hot ingredients for 2016. This powerful vitamin (B3) facilitates the skin’s own repair of its moisture barrier, and is perfect for overnight use which was the inspiration behind its use in my new Ferulic + Retinol Overnight Serum. This skin perfecting ingredient retextures skin for a flawless complexion – a must for any anti-aging routine this year.”

Try this one Dr. Dennis Gross Ferulic Acid + Retinol Brightening Solution

 

2. Turmeric Root

Prediction: “Turmeric Root will be big in 2016. This cancer-fighting antioxidant that has been proven time and time again as a SUPER antioxidant when ingested is no less extraordinary in its free radical fighting performance on the skin! This superhero anti-aging avenger is found in the Advanced skincare line by DDF and decreases the presence of free radicals on the surface of the skin by 82% when applied, staving off wrinkles and providing a platform for healthier skin!”

Shop for DDFskin care Here 

 

3. Matcha

Prediction: “I predict matcha will be huge this year as an ingredient. As far as treatments go, radio frequency is blowing up.”

Try this one Innisfree Green Tea Pure Cleansing Foam

 

4. Retinoids

Prediction: “Retinoids! With breakthroughs in technology, retinoid has become one of the most cutting-edge ingredients available, they are effective and stable forms of retinol. These molecules increase the rate of cellular turnover to address all signs of aging, quickly and without some of the side effects often associated with retinols.”

We really Love this one Retinal cream

 

5. Yogurt, Curry, Quinoa, and More

“Yogurt for your face? Yes. Probiotics are venturing into skin. Yogurt is one of the best-known probiotics, which are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for your health. When used in skin care, probiotics are anti-inflammatory and help calm breakouts, rosacea, and eczema. Turmeric and curry are for far more than curry! Start looking for both spices on skin care labels. Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory, so expect to see it in brightening products and those used to even out skin tone. Cumin contains vitamins A, C and E, which are known to trigger anti-aging activity. Like turmeric, it’s used for brightening, as well as keeping skin smooth and supple from within. Two of the world’s healthiest foods are going to make a splash in skin care: quinoa and kale. Quinoa helps ward off the signs of aging by boosting collagen production and sealing in moisture. Kale is rich in vitamins A, C and K. A and C help prevent premature aging of the skin, while vitamin K is great for clearing up dark circles under eyes.”

Try Tula skin care I love the Hydrating cream 

 

6. OmniSome Delivery and Snow Algae

Prediction: “The latest technology in skincare is not an ingredient itself, but how we deliver ingredients into the skin. Finding new ways to get things like retinol, salicylic acid and vitamin C into the skin where they will do the most good is truly the next big thing in skin care. Look for OmniSome Delivery technology—it allows for timed release of active ingredients for deeper penetration and less irritation. Snow Algae is another up-and-comer. This ingredient is relatively new to topical use but what we have seen so far of its anti-aging benefits are really exciting.”
  We Love this one PCA Skin 0.5% Pure Retinol Night Intensive Brightening Treatment,

7. High-Tech Hyaluronic Acid

“While hyaluronic has been around for years, a new trend for 2016 is smaller molecule size. These small particles can penetrate the skin better. Hyaluronic Acid binds 1,000 times its weight in water, making it an excellent moisturizer.”

This is by far the best high Molecule Hyaluronic 

 

8. Cholesterol

“Cholesterol is such a critical ingredient to look for. It is in every cell of our bodies and helps our skin to be supple and flexible. Research has taught us that just as aging skin is characterized by a particular deficiency of cholesterol, using a cholesterol dominant treatment can accelerate barrier recovery. For our skin to appear healthy, smooth and radiant the barrier function must be maintained. We see this dramatic decrease in cholesterol production begin after age 40. As our skin ages cell division occurs more slowly, and normal cell turnover declines and we see an overall decrease in all lipid levels which manifests as a dull, uneven texture. When we replace these lipids and cholesterol we can optimize the skin’s ability to heal itself and maintain a healthy barrier which will allow the skin to maintain a more youthful glow and appearance. Using lipid-rich and cholesterol-infused skin care products can help improve the texture and appearance of skin.”

Try this one paula's choice clinical ultra-rich moisturizer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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