It is always a good idea to stay informed about all the latest developments in skincare and cosmetics. The technology in this industry is progressing almost as fast as it is in computers and space exploration thanks to dedicated professionals making it their life’s work to delay the skin aging process and repair the damage done to the skin by sun exposure and pollution.
Here are some of the latest skincare and cosmetics revolutions that have set the beauty world on fire with their innovation and regenerative powers.
Plant Stem Cells
Integrating the life force of plant stem cells into skincare products began only slightly over a decade ago. It has rapidly become one of the most sought after ingredients in the more exclusive ranges of moisturizers and anti-aging creams.
Scientific research into the cellular and tissue renewalwith which this ingredient imbues the skin reported meaningful changes when it was applied topically and regularly. The plant extracts are called phytohormones, and plant stem cell-based skincare products such as Adore Organic Innovations show that they are a robust mechanism for skin tissue regeneration.
If you care about what you put into your body in the form of food, it follows that you will want your skincare and cosmetics to have the same level of purity. For hundreds of years, people who grew the fruits and vegetables that provided everyone with the vital sustenance they needed to survive the harsh winter months knew that naturally grown plants could fight off disease and blight.
This wisdom was passed down through the generations until the mass production and industrialization of farming wiped out this thoughtful process out for many years. Fortunately, the ancient practices have been revived by the global recognition of organic produce. The virtue of these vital ingredients is now an integral part of some of the finest organically based skincare cosmetics sold around the world.
3D Face Masks
Sheet face masks are set to be revolutionized by the invention of 3D printers. You will be able to apply a micro-customized face mask that has been specifically designed for your skin and the shape of your face. This will ensure that no part of your faceisneglected. The product is perfectly suited for anyone who has a larger forehead area or wider cheekbones.
Short for cannabidiol, this extract from the hemp plant is going to become even more widespread in skincare and cosmetic products. You can already source soaps and oils that contain it, but now entire ranges are being developed that include CBD as one of the main ingredients.
Individual skincare needs are going to be one of the facets of cosmetics that researchers focus on in the forthcoming years. For too long a “one size fits all” attitude has been the focal point of a broad spectrum of skincare manufacturers. This is going to change now that consumers are putting the sourcing of quality organic ingredients and technology as a priority.