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4 skincare trends for 2021

Skincare has become a form of selfcare in recent years.  
2021 will bring bigger, better, and smarter innovations 
with new ingredients and categories.  

1. Microbiome-focused skincare
    Probiotics The friendly bacteria are thought to support skin health via the microbiome.
    In the beginning, most could not get with the idea of slathering living organisms on their face. Fast forward to 2020 and good bacteria is all the rage.  To sum it up a healthy microbiome equals healthy skin.  Before adding this to your routine please do your homework.

2. Blue-light protection skincare 
    Known as high energy visible light, blue light is emitted from tech screens. It closely related to UV light the light penetrates the skin.  This leads to DNA damage, which causes hyperpigmentation.

Well in the times we live in handwashing is a top priority.  So right now hand sanitizer, hand soaps and hand creams are top of mind.  So you must find product that will kill germs and keep your hands moisturizered.

4. Barrier  Repair Crems

As the name suggests you must fortify the skin barrier.  Keep the good stuff in and  the bad stuff out. A weaken skin barrier can lead to rednss, dryness and itching.  Cold weather, physical abrasion, and fragrance are the things that reek havick on your skin barrier.  You will need  products that are restoative, strengthening, and protective in nature.

Our exclusive collaboration with The Face Shop brings you super-luxurious Korean beauty products that
are influencing the world. Enjoy!

Dr. Belmeur Cica with Peptides: an exclusive ampoule formulated with cica to help protect and heal, plus peptides to help revitalize and firm. This concentrated blend is made for tired skin as it helps to energize, smooth and firm. 1.52 fl. oz.

Cica is more than just a trendy beauty ingredient—it’s known to relieve irritated skin, strengthen the skin barrier and gently moisturize. In fact, cica was named “tiger grass” after tigers were discovered rolling in it to heal their wounds.


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