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4 Skincare trends expected in 2023

Updated: May 11, 2023

Better late than never.

SMOOCH Beauty offers affordable luxury and believes in having fun at any age. Founded by Alisha Ramasar, SMOOCH Beauty is one of the good things that came out of lock down.

If you’re looking for a skincare shakeup, here are some trends from strength-building ingredients to holistic wellness, these are the skincare trends to get on board with:

Multi-use products

As life becomes busier (again), we will see an increase in interest around multi-purpose products that are less time-consuming but just as potent in healing and protecting the skin. As more people look to a simplified yet effective skincare routine.

Eastern medicine

With the popularity of holistic wellness hitting new heights in 2022, we can expect to see this trend continue to thrive into the new year. However this time around - with a more global lens. The rise of interest in traditional Chinese medicine and ancient practices has increased, with many people looking to herbs and plant extracts to treat their skincare concerns. Not only do these type of ingredients work on an external level, but they aim to treat the skin on a cellular level as well as helping to de-stress and clam the mind.


Yip - not surprised much, but injectables will continue to be in demand as we see more cutting edge formula and treatments becoming available. The trend that results in all-round rejuvenation for patients with immediate results that are long-lasting.

Skincare-makeup Hybrids

We’ll also be keen to blur the boundaries between our skincare and makeup routines, to cut down on time and avoid over-layering our products. Makeup products with skincare ingredients are going to be a big hit!


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