Are you looking for skincare trends and treatments to incorporate into your New Year’s skincare routine? With non-surgical cosmetic procedures becoming more widely accepted as an essential component of a beauty and wellness regimen, nearly a quarter of people are more interested in aesthetic treatments than before the pandemic.
The UK’s aesthetics market is expanding extraordinarily, with a younger generation becoming more accepting of procedures as fillers and Botox become more commonplace. According to a BBC report, nine out of ten cosmetic procedures in the UK are now non-surgical, and searches for “aesthetic treatments” increased by 50% between January 2020 and July 2021.
When it came to skin-rejuvenation techniques, most people in previous generations waited until they noticed their first wrinkle. Younger people in their mid-20s to early 30s are looking for preventative measures to keep their skin in good condition because there is so much information and awareness, thanks to social media and advances in skincare and aesthetics.
With so many skin treatments doing the rounds these days, it’s difficult to choose what’s best for you. Worry not and read on to learn about the top three treatment and skincare trends for 2022.
While you may be familiar with dermal fillers, you may not be as familiar with Ellanse – it is essentially a dermal filler that differs from others in some important ways that make it a better choice for some patients and treatments.
Ellanse is a quick-acting biostimulator of collagen that is injected into the skin where collagen stimulation occurs. This is a distinct and cutting-edge filler known for offering results that are not only immediate but also long-lasting, which was previously impractical. The secret to this is that it promotes the body’s production of collagen, a protein essential for maintaining the skin’s tightness, suppleness, and elasticity, among other properties.
A non-animal, non-bacterial, and non-human derived product, Ellanse was first introduced to the UK in 2010 as a ground-breaking treatment. Ellanse filler, unlike other dermal fillers such as Juvederm, Restylane, and Teosyal, is a bio-stimulator, which encourages your body to produce new collagen in the areas where it is used.
Secret Radio Frequency (RF)
Secret RF is an option if you’re not ready for injectables. Secret RF is a brand-new fractional radio frequency (RF) micro-needling system that targets the typical signs of ageing by stimulating and remodelling collagen. Secret RF harnesses the power of both technologies to boost the production of collagen and skin renewal and to have an anti-ageing effect on the skin.
In order to reach the deeper layers of the skin, where treatment is most effective, Secret RF uses microneedles to deliver fractional Radio Frequency (RF) energy. This distinct energy delivery system enables us to achieve optimal results on all skin types.Many skin conditions, including deep acne scars, wrinkles, and sun damage, respond well to secret RF micro-needling.
HydraFacial LED light
The HydraFacial using LED light, performed once every 15 seconds, is one skincare trend still very popular in 2022. The patented three-step regimen includes cleansing, exfoliating, and infusing the skin with concentrated serums. The HydraFacial LED Light Therapy mode offers extra advantages after the treatment – The red LED light enhances the appearance of skin firmness and resilience. It also aids in the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and other ageing signs. The treatment is highly adaptable and can be tailored to your specific skin concerns, whether fine lines and wrinkles, acne, hyperpigmentation, redness and rosacea, sun damage, or dry skin.
It is best to schedule a consultation with your dermatologist if you’re uncertain about which procedure would be the best answer to your particular skin concern. Examine your skin and get a sense of what you want to achieve during your consultation. With that knowledge, they can then assist you in choosing the most appropriate course of treatment for yourself.