2017 Beauty and Skincare Trends

2017 Beauty and Skincare Trends
We’re starting off 2017 with a roundup of the top trends in beauty and skincare that we expect will be on the rise this year. Read on to find out the skincare treatments and trends that should front line for 2017!

Outer Beauty Begins With Inner Wellness

We predict that wellness, healing and preventative health will be gaining momentum this year. Holistically, wellness will push forward treating beauty and health concerns. To nod towards this trend we have introduced a new break through Max Stem Cell that will focus on skin health for our clients.

Image The Max Stem Cell Neck Lift

Max Stem Cell Neck Lift contains the maximum concentration of innovative peptides combined with plant-derived stem cell technology that helps increase elasticity, brightens, tightens and defines the neck and jawline. Look younger longer in just a few applications! If you would like to find out more about this treatment, then book a no obligation consultation with one of our skincare specialists to discuss further.

Rise Of Non-Surgical Treatments

Another trend we have noticed is on the rise non-surgical treatments over surgical procedures. With advancements in technology, we are able to gain results through non-surgical treatments, giving patients the option of treatments with less down time and risk. These include treatments like our Kybella Double Chin Fat Removal which offers a simple, non-surgical in-office treatment to literally melt fat under the chin.

Flawless Skin

There has been a rise in consumers wanting a more understated look versus the high impact and full on makeup looks we see on social media. Of course to achieve this girl next door look, well-cared for skin needs to lie beneath and with that there is a rise of consumers opting for skin treatments to help them achieve a flawless complexion without the use of makeup.

The New Must-Have Ingredient

Consumers were hyper-educated in 2016 for skincare. They know exactly the ingredients that should look out for when shopping for skin products. Last year the ingredient was hyaluronic acid. This excellent hydrating ingredient was high in demand more than ever before and became widely available in many over-the-count products.

However, this year we believe retinoid and retinol will be the ingredients in high demand. The Vitamin A derivative exfoliates skin and is commonly known to be a great treatment for fine lines, wrinkles, acne, and sun damage.

To find out more about the treatments we mentioned in this blog post, give us a call today at (919) 557-6400 or book a complimentary consultation with one of our skincare specialists who will be able to advise you on which treatments will best suit your concerns.

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