2019 is the year of skin care. From face masks to hyaluronic acid, 2019 has upped the ante in top skin care. There are more healthy, natural skin care options than ever before as young people take over the beauty industry and more attention is placed on skin health. Best of all, this new awareness of skin care has led to more natural, enriching options to choose from. Whether you’re looking for a natural skin glow, anti-aging products, or to get rid of stubborn zits there are plenty of skin care products that will stand the test of time.
Hyaluronic acid is a naturally produced chemical found in your connective tissue and eyes. Its main function is to retain water and keep your tissues lubricated according to Health Line. You can use hyaluronic acid to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, plump your skin, and give it a natural glow. Try this serum which also includes rose hips extract and green tea.
You may already be drinking CBD lattes but did you know your skin could benefit from the newest wonder oil?
CBD is known for treating dry skin, psoriasis, and eczema. It has both anti-inflammatory and painkilling properties, according to Allure. If you’re looking for clean CBD skin care try this Anti-Aging CBD Facial Serum at Cannabidiol Life. Alternatively, check out Jode-Ian’s oil blend for normal to dry skin, which features hemp another cannabinoid essential. It treats dry and itchy skin with avocado, Joboba oil, hemp, and other nourishing natural ingredients.
The more we learn about skin care, the more apparent it becomes that basics really do work. Witch hazel is a timeless cure for acne, inflammation, and dry skin. It can also be used used to relieve sunburn, according to Natural Living Ideas, reduce puffy eyes and has anti-aging properties. This facial spritzer uses witch hazel, aloe vera, and rosewater. It treats acne, dermatitis, and eczema.
It’s 2019, the orange tanning trend has, mostly, died and we all know wrinkles and skin cancer aren’t cute. We’ve gotten smarter about our sunscreen. It’s not enough to dab on some SPF 50 and call it a day. Some studies have suggested that chemical sunscreens containing Oxybenzone may affect our hormones adversely. That’s why natural sunscreen is the talk of the town. Try this sunscreen by Drunk Elephant infused with raspberry seed and marula oils. It will protect you from UVA and UVB rays, while also giving your skin a natural glow.
If exfoliating dead skin cells is your goal, then pumpkin might be the solution. Skincare ingredients listing pumpkin increased 26.5 percent in 2019, according to Mintel.com. In addition to exfoliation, it's also used to soothe, hydrate and renew skin because it helps promote cell turnover, according to One Green Planet. Try this Pumpkin Purifying Enzyme Peel for dull skin.
Regardless of what trends you choose to follow, make sure you're nurturing your skin and using natural, healthy ingredients. Check out the catalog for products made thoughtfully with your skin health in mind.