These 5 skincare trends are going to be *huge* in 2023

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Just like fashion and food, skincare trends come and go. While some are ‘meh’, others have validity to them and transcend from trend to a legitimate product, ingredient or technique. 


Ready to see what 2023 has in store for your routine? Here are five skincare trends that are going to be huge this year.


1. Glass skin

A trend that comes from the Korean Beauty movement, glass skin refers to layering hydrating products to give your skin a moisture boost. The idea is that at the end of your routine, your skin should look shiny, like glass. This indicates that you are providing it with enough nourishment.

Try the trend Swiitch Beauty SuperHeroSpray Glass Skin Edition


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2. Niacinamide

Over the last few years, niacinamide – or vitamin B3 – has gone from being relatively unknown to one of the most popular skincare ingredients. This is because of its wide range of benefits for all skin types. These include balancing oil production, reducing pigmentation and minimising pore visibility.

Try the trend Fundamentals Skincare 6% Niacinamide Serum


3. Skin barrier health

Many of the skin concerns we experience boil down to a disrupted skin barrier. True story! When aggravated, it can lead to sensitivity, redness, irritation and even breakouts. Prevent this by using skincare ingredients, such as ceramides and peptides – that will help to nourish and restore your skin.

Try the trend Pastry Skincare Barrier Repair Serum


4. Tinted sunscreen

We know that wearing sunscreen is important. You should be wearing it every day – even in winter! – to prevent UV damage. In 2022, tinted sunscreens are going to be huge and are great for streamlining your makeup routine and will make topping up your SPF super easy. No more excuses!

Try the trend Lelive All the Shade Tinted SPF 30 Moisturiser


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5. Bodycare

Got your facial skincare routine on lock? Awesome! But what about the rest of your epidermis? This year, there will be an increased focus on bodycare and how to look after our body’s biggest organ. These include exfoliating regularly, shaving with care and using moisturiser to keep your skin healthy.

Try the trend Lanolab Intense Body Cream

Helen Wallace

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