An Inside Look at 2 of 2022 Hottest Skincare Trends

An Inside Look at 2 of 2022 Hottest Skincare Trends

Fermented Ingredients, Anti-Inflammatory Treatments, & Cryo Techniques

We recently dropped a blog outlining the top trends we thought were must-knows for 2022. 

While it’s challenging to keep up with all the details of every skincare trend, we let you in on a few that we think everyone (from consumers to estheticians to cosmetologists and beyond) should invest in understanding. 

If you read the article, you probably already know that some of the hottest trends were pretty self-explanatory—things like sustainable packaging and long-reigning champs like Retinol don’t need a ton of explanation right off the top.

But if you read our article (and if you haven’t, we recommend taking a peek,) a few new trends on the list might have given you pause. Most specifically, we’re talkin’ about these two: 

  • Fermented Ingredients
  • Cryotherapy Techniques 

Whether you’re familiar with these terms but want to learn more, or you’re just hearing about these trends for the first time, this blog is for you. Keep reading to dive a little deeper into these must-know trends of 2022.

A Deep Dive Into Two of the 2022 Skincare Trends

Want a better idea of some of those trends we talked about in our 2022 trend blog? The answers you seek are right here.

The Trend: Fermented Ingredients

So, fermented—like kombucha, right? Well, sort of. Fermented ingredients are all the rage for 2022—for a lot of the same reasons that kombucha and fermented foods are considered good for your insides.

It’s a little more complicated than that when it comes to skincare, of course. Let’s dish about the fermented ingredient details first; then, we’ll tackle how you can incorporate these into your skincare. 

The Details 

Fermented ingredients might feel new in 2022 skincare routines, but they’ve actually been at the heart of Korean skincare for a long time. 

Fermentation is a natural process for preserving food and ingredients—in terms of skincare, these ingredients are said to neutralize substances that could be harmful and irritating to the skin and be a helpful addition to the skin’s natural microbiome. 

A few other benefits of fermented skincare ingredients include advantages like:

  • Said to strengthen skin barriers
  • Enhance potency of other products used in conjunction 
  • Balance skin’s pH levels 
  • Have a smaller molecule size than other products, so they’re more bioavailable 
  • Fortify skin barrier against irritants, which can lead to less sensitive skin

How to Include In Your Skincare Routine

It might sound like you need to find a kombucha dealer to get skincare with fermented ingredients, but that’s not the case. These ingredients are becoming more and more popular in mainstream skincare as the benefits are being highlighted.  

Are you looking for products that include fermented ingredients? Check your skincare labels for the inclusion of ingredients like:

  • Fermented olive leaf extract
  • Fermented red ginseng 
  • Fermented sea kelp
  • Fermented black soy 
  • Grape ferment 
  • Fermented rice

Your private label products should be about one thing and one thing only—your success. If a company is offering to you private label-products that you can sell under your own brand, it’s crucial to make sure they care about your success, reputation, and the efficacy of those products. In other words, they need to put you and your success first.

The Trend: Cryo Techniques

Yeah, we said cryo—which, you guessed it, means cryotherapy. Cryotherapy is actually much more approachable than you might have realized, even in at-home skincare that you’re not giving or receiving in an esthetician’s office. 

In fact, it can be argued that if you’ve ever used an ice cube under your eye to fight puffiness, you’ve dabbled a little in the cryo techniques. Of course, there’s more to it than that, and the 2022 trend is about a lot more than ice cubes. Keep reading for our take.

The Details 

Cryotherapy is exactly what it sounds like—the process of introducing colder temperatures into your routine. Simply put, cryo is supposed to cause blood vessels in your skin to contract, ultimately creating a tightened look for your pores and allowing your skin to pull off a more rejuvenated look. It’s also suggested that cryo treatments can help product absorption. 

The idea here? Turning the temp way down on your routine can potentially help with maximizing the impact of the routine you’re already doing.

How to Include In Your Skincare Routine

Cryo chambers are all the rage, but if you’re a consumer or an esthetician on a budget who wants to include cryo treatments in your go-to techniques, consider options like:

  • Cryo sculpting rollers
  • Cryo free tools 
  • Chilled metal applicators 
  • Icy contour orbs 

Of course, cryo on its own will have benefits. But our best advice for cryo treatments is to make sure you’re pairing the right products with these techniques. For the best results and to fully maximize your cryo treatments, include products like: 

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Whether you’re on the hunt for private label products, are looking to create your own formulas, or simply want to stay up to date and in the know on what’s happening in skincare, Spa De Soleil is here to help. 

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