Skincare Ingredients That Will Trend In 2020

A major sign of healthy skin is its natural glow. But there are multiple factors such as lack of sleep, stress, age, and even food which have a significant effect on complexion and radiance. Transform your dull and tired skin to look more radiant and glowing with these skincare ingredients. These ingredients will be trending in 2020 and are hand-picked by dermatologists and skincare experts.

Niacinamide

Niacinamide is nothing but a form of Vitamin B3 (niacin) which is one of the eight B vitamins your body needs for good health. It works with natural substances present in your skin and improves problems like –  enlarged pores, fine lines, dullness, wrinkles, uneven skin tone, and a weakened surface.

Electrolytes

Electrolyte-infused topical products aid moisture levels not only above but also below the skin’s surface. It also delivers a hydration boost which is more than an ordinary moisturizer.

Magnesium

Magnesium is a co-factor in as many as 300 different cellular reactions throughout the body. It is a crucial ingredient in DNA repair, healthy nerves and bones, muscle function, and assisting in clearing out old or damaged cells. Oral consumption in the form of a supplement is recommended by a lot of experts. Topical magnesium is very beneficial for the skin as it helps to improve acne and rosacea with its local anti-inflammatory action and protect the skin’s DNA from various toxic pollutants. It also boosts fatty acids in the skin to improve the skin’s elasticity, soothes sore muscles and helps to relax the body.

Bakuchiol

Bakuchiol is an ingredient derived from the seeds and leaves of a plant called ‘Babchi’ which is found in Eastern Asia. It is not retinol but it has similar effects on the skin. Bakuchiol works similarly as retinol in helping new collagen formation and lessening the appearance of dark spots and fine lines. However, it doesn’t decrease oil gland production, thus causing less dryness than retinol.

Glycolic Acid

One of the leading products, this year, will be glycolic acid topicals. It can be used as a ‘no-peel home peel’ which means that you will get all the benefits of a peel without the old fashioned downtime associated with in-office peels.

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