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With the latest advances in technology, the skincare game is changing more rapidly than ever before. There is a lot we can learn about skincare topics online thanks to skin care enthusiasts, science supporters, and specialists.

As a skin care enthusiast and experimentalist, I am constantly on the lookout for innovative and effective ways to improve the health and appearance of our skin.

Following my research and observations, I would like to share with you my thoughts on the top skin care trends of 2023:

  1. From Inside to Outside Skincare 
  1. Advanced Sustainability 
  1. Hyped on Ingredients 
  1. Online Skincare Tips & Tricks 
  1. Skin Science and Skincare 
  1. Make-up | Skincare Fusion & Multi-purpose 

Without further introduction, let’s start by counting the most prominent skincare trends of 2023 in more detail. 

From Inside to Outside Skincare 

Mental health influences the skin. Our emotional wellbeing is the bridge between our mental health, and therefore physical health in 2023 will bring a bigger focus onto pshychodermatology, the link between mind and skin. 

Specialists say about the stress level will keep the cortisol level hight, potentially causing inflammation and more internal damages. 

More and more brands are celebrating diverse beauty and aging gracefully. They’re using models of all ages, creating products that address common concerns at different stages of life, and promoting self-love and body neutrality over body positivity. It’s a refreshing change that’s empowering women to feel confident and beautiful at any age. Let’s embrace our unique beauty and support brands that do the same!   

Brands take slightly different approach to push back against ageist beauty standards. As per example the institute of Anti-Aging (IIAA) rebranded as the institute for Active Ageist, a move highlighted the need for a more positive approach to skin concerns associated with age, like line lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and loose skin. 

Several of our favorites skincare brands will step into the supplement space in 2023, extending their interest beyond topical treatments for the skin. 

Advanced Sustainability 

The beauty industry will continue to find attractive and innovative ways to become more sustainable.  

As refillable products are replacing the disposable ones, and manufacturing and delivery is protecting more our environment, creating a sustainable future.  

Another approach are glass recipients, compared with the plastic ones, this trend is going to help reduce plastic waste. 

For a truly natural and responsible beauty routine, you can adopt eco-friendly packaging, natural and renewable ingredients, and sustainable production methods. 

Hyped on Ingredients 

There are new ingredients stars for each month, let’s say. Now we see a big interest and here are some 2023 favourites: 

Niacinamide also known as vitamin B3 is still around for this year, being a well-known multitasking ingredient, that helps in sebum control, being a unique on when it comes to anti-inflammatory effects. 

Ceramide while they’ve been out there for some time, are continuing to be “reinvented” along new formulations and ingredient synergies, that involves more technology, combing it with fatty acids, niacinamide, hyaluronic acid. 

Peptides have the ability to strengthen and rebuild damaged skin.  

Online Skincare Tips & Tricks 

As slugging continue to be very mainstream, we have to know more about terms like skin sandwiching and skin flooding, in order to trap moisture and repair our skin barrier. Skin flooding refers to a way of layering & trapping products to achieve a hydrated, nourished and silky skin. 

One big trend brought to us by dr Bowe and very much promoted in online, is skin cycling, for 2023 we have advanced skin cycling, a way to personalize your skin cycling routine, if your skin can take products like retinoid and exfoliants more frequently than 2 time recommended in the classic skin cycling.

I personally remain in favour for the classic one, I use retinol oil serum crated by myself, I exfoliate with HaruHaru and I use a lactic acid exfoliator. Another way, which is where I tend to incline more, is the gentle skin cycling, which involves your skin microbiome, to repair the damaged skin barrier based on your own needs and skin goals. 

Skin Science on Skincare 

For this year we are going to in depths of learning more about our microbiome and we will see a favor for skin barrier repaid. Recent studies have shown prebiotics and probiotics in skin care support a healthy skin barrier, and balance our microbiome, including our skin ph. 

Another important steps we will take be taking on sensitive skin concerns. That’s why we will see more products containing ingredients from the favorite lists like: mushrooms, peptides, sea weed, prickly pear, and antioxidants derivatives. 

At home devices get sleeker and more efficient with every passing year, with microcurrent, LED and heat therapy incorporated in a small device, that can fit in your pocket. More versatile accessories coming along it, simpler ways to clean in and to use it, thanks to the latest advancements made in tech beauty. 

A rise on the well-researched ingredients, ingredients penetration and synergies, which led to new wave of science driven skincare brands creating products using engineered natural ingredients. 

People desiring for needle free and affordable alternatives to cosmetic procedures Is also driving innovation in new product developments, as in ingredients, resulting better skincare and at home devices. 

Make-up | Skincare Fusion  

Taking steps toward a more sustainable approach and being more conscious, we will keep our minimalists’ ways as well as less time-consuming methods and applications of our skincare products spectrum. Still helpful and even more healthy for our skin. 

So here will be a rise of more hybrid products and multi-purpose. I’m a personal fan of skin care and makeup hybrids and for this I have a lot of formulations to add on my website section, Lab.

Meanwhile more brands are adding this nice twist to their skincare products, as Peach and Lily’s Glass Skin veils mist can explain itself. My all-time favourites are hydration and nourishing blush and highlighter/glitter with SF protection.  


In conclusion, these are just a few of the exciting skin care trends that we can expect to see in 2023. Whether you are looking for personalized products, eco-friendly options, or innovative new treatments, there is something for everyone in this ever-evolving industry. And I, for one, can’t wait to see what the future of skin care holds. 

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written by Diana Roca

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