Every year, the internet is flooded with trends, and beauty trends are one of the most popular. With the rise of social media and easy access to the internet, beauty and skincare trends are everywhere, and people are also experimenting with new and different trends from time to time. Not all skin types are the same, and what works for one skin type may not work for another. So just blindly following skincare trends won’t always give you the best results. Rather, it can harm your skin. (Please also read: The hottest skincare and beauty trends )
In a conversation with HT Lifestyle, Tender Skin International founder and celebrity dermatologist Dr. Sonia Tekchandani suggested three skincare trends to avoid in 2023.
1. Stay away from physical exfoliants
Physical exfoliants have been part of our skin care routine for many years. While it has its benefits, chemical exfoliants have been a game changer in the last few years. While it’s true that you need to be very careful about exfoliating, physical exfoliants can be extremely harmful to your skin if not used correctly.
There is always a misconception that physical exfoliators are more effective on the skin because they scrub the surface of the skin. It can cause micro-tears in the skin, leading to scratching and inflammation, which can lead to early signs of aging. , please think again.
2. Use of Active Ingredients
From retinol to glycolic acid, vitamin C to niacinamide, people have been raving about active ingredients for the past few years. But even layering or overdoing all the active ingredients doesn’t guarantee bright, beautiful skin.
Not all ingredients are suitable for all skin types and can cause skin problems, so you should first check which active ingredients your skin needs. You should always start with a small amount of active ingredient under the guidance of your doctor so that your skin does not react to any of the ingredients.
3. No to micellar wipes
Micellar wipes are certainly the easiest way to remove makeup. However, micellar wipes can be harmful to the skin because they strip the skin of its natural moisture and tend to dry and flake the skin. , micellar wipes are not as effective as using a cleanser to remove all makeup. This is because makeup residue can be left behind, clogging pores and causing pimples, pimples, and pimples. Not only does it help you stay hydrated, but it also helps you retain your natural moisture.
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