Skincare Habits You Should Have in 2023

Skincare Habits You Should Have in 2023

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What is the Future of Skincare and How Can We Prepare For It?

Skincare is an ever-evolving industry, with new trends and technologies emerging every year. As we look ahead to 2023 and beyond, it is important to consider the changes that will shape the future of skincare. From new skin care technology to changing skin care habits, this article will explore the trends that are likely to shape the skincare industry in the year. We'll also discuss how we can prepare for these changes so that we can ensure our skin looks its best in 2023 and beyond.

Incorporate Natural Ingredients Into Your Skincare Routine

Incorporating natural ingredients into your skincare routine can provide a range of benefits, from improved skin health to reduced environmental impact. Natural skincare products are made with organic ingredients that not only nourish and protect the skin but also help reduce the amount of pollutants released into the environment. By using natural ingredients, you can create a more effective and sustainable skincare routine that will help keep your skin healthy and glowing for years to come. Here are some ingredients we love:

  • Aloe vera
  • Grape seed oil
  • Witch Hazel
  • Hydresia G2
  • Plant Keratin

Get Essential Nutrients For Healthy Skin

In 2023, having healthy, glowing skin is no longer a distant dream. With the right combination of essential nutrients and vitamins, you can make sure that your skin is looking its best. Here the benefits of the ingredients we listed above:

  • Aloe vera - It nourishes, because it's rich in vitamins A, B, C, D and E, as well as minerals like magnesium, potassium, zinc that help your skin heal. It also hydrates, with polysaccharides that create a protective barrier for your skin.
  • Grape seed oil - Improves skin’s moisture, softness and elasticity. It contains high levels of vitamin E, which has high antioxidant properties and protects skin against free radicals.
  • Witch Hazel - It cleanses and heals your skin. The twigs and bark of this botanical extract contain therapeutic properties, and it works as a natural astringent.
  • Hydresia G2 - A sustainably produced emollient derived from safflower oil, that delivers skin nourishing vitamins and enhanced long lasting hydration. It is an all-natural alternative to chemical emulsifiers that are skin irritating and non-biodegradable.
  • Plant Keratin - A plant-based alternative to hydrolyzed keratin, and helps to grow healthier, harder, longer nails.

But essential nutrients and vitamins do not just come from skincare; food too! Here’s what you can incorporate into your diet:

  • Fatty fish - Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, helping keep your skin thick, supple, and moisturized.
  • Avocados - The fat in these little power houses can protect aging skin by keeping it flexible and springy.
  • Sunflower seeds - One ounce (28 grams) of sunflower seeds packs 49% of the DV for vitamin E, 41% of the DV for selenium, 14% of the DV for zinc, and 5.5 grams of protein.
  • Flaxseeds - These tiny brown seeds are rich in ALA (alpha-linolenic acid), a type of omega-3 fatty acid found in plants. In addition to our previous comments on Omega-3, they can reduce the harmful effects of UV radiation, smoking, and pollution.

Prevent and Maintain So You Don’t Have to Correct

Around age 25, collagen production decreases by about one percent each year, and the rate at which skin cells naturally turnover slows, too. Together with mounting environmental damage, these factors put the skin in a compromised state. Keep in mind that the skin continually ages and evolves. What is considered preventative at one point may be deemed corrective later on, so adapting your regimen to what the skin needs will help maintain its health and vitality for the long term. Here are some preventative ingredients to know about:

  • Retinol
  • Sunscreen
  • Vitamin C

Take Away: Your Lifestyle and Commitment Matter

Everything "wrong" you do to your skin while you're younger—like tanning, binge drinking, eating poorly, and sleeping too little—will show up later in life. Cut off any negative habits now, before they become too difficult to break, because of this. Smoking, eating foods that cause inflammation, binge drinking, and failing to take care of your skin and health have no place in a preventative skincare regimen. You may start taking care of your skin by wearing sunscreen, maintaining excellent hygiene, eating a balanced diet, and drinking enough of water.