Thursday, 30 December 2021
The Most Popular Treatment And Skincare Trends For 2022
Already thinking about which skincare trends and treatments to add to your New Year skin regime? With non-surgical cosmetic procedures becoming increasingly accepted as an integral part of a beauty and wellbeing programme, nearly a quarter of people are more interested in aesthetic treatments than they were before the pandemic. Nine out of 10 cosmetic procedures in the UK are now non-surgical and searches for 'aesthetic treatments' and 'tweakments' grew by 50% from January 2020 to July 2021.
But, which treatments will be the most in-demand? We predict the most popular treatment and skincare trends in 2022...
Non-surgical treatment and skincare trends 2022
Its popularity has risen exponentially over the last couple of years and doesn’t look set to wane; Profhilo is predicted to be one of the big skincare trends of 2022. The glow-giving treatment involves five injections of hyaluronic acid on each side of the face. This magically moisturising ingredient spreads out underneath the skin, providing nourishment and hydration from the inside out. It also stimulates the production of elastin and collagen, which plumps and smooths the skin.
Unlike filler, Profhilo doesn’t add volume or change the shape and structure of your face. It deeply hydrates the skin, providing increased luminosity and radiance to your complexion. Suitable for all skin types, especially dull, dry and ageing skin, Profhilo provides overall rejuvenation, improves tone and texture and makes the skin appear refreshed and youthful.
Ever-increasing awareness of the importance of looking after the scalp means that cryostimulation will be a key skincare trend in 2022. Proven to stimulate hair growth and encourage thicker, stronger, and healthier hair, cryostimulation also treats dandruff and scalp seborrhea, reduces scalp itchiness and discomfort, and has an anti-inflammatory effect.
The revolutionary treatment involves exposing the scalp and hairline to extreme cold temperatures using streams of liquid nitrogen vapour. Thermoreceptors on the treatment areas tell the brain to protect the body from the extreme cold being sensed on the skin. This then activates the metabolic processes, stimulates the release of beneficial hormones and provides the scalp with the nutrients required for hair regrowth and skin regeneration.
One skincare trend that will continue to be huge in 2022 is HydraFacial; with one treatment being performed every 15 seconds! The patented three-part regime involves cleansing, exfoliating, and infusing the skin with intensive serums. The highly customisable treatment can be tailored to your specific skin concerns, be that fine lines and wrinkles, acne, hyperpigmentation, redness and rosacea, sun damage or dry skin.
Giving immediate results with no downtime, the HydraFacial is further enhanced by the use of LED light, which stimulates cell growth and can be used to target a variety of skin conditions.
4. Perfect Peel
Healthy-looking skin never goes out of fashion, so it’s no surprise that the pioneering Perfect Peel is predicted to be one of the biggest skincare trends in 2022. Requiring no pre-peel skin preparation and with a treatment time of just 15 minutes, the Perfect Peel reveals revitalised skin in just one week. Some skin shedding can be expected, but it’s totally worth it for results that include smoother skin, a clearer complexion, reduced fine lines and wrinkles, improved hyperpigmentation, reduced pore size and increased luminosity.
With a uniquely blended formula of five super-acids, glutathione, vitamins and minerals, the Perfect Peel works by deeply exfoliating the surface layers of the skin, not only reaching layers of the skin that most peels can’t, but also nourishing the dermis with the ultimate combination of skin-enhancing ingredients.
You may well already be micro-needling at home, but once you’ve tried the in-clinic Genuine Dermaroller we guarantee you’ll be in no doubt why this treatment is a top skincare trend in 2022. One of the most versatile treatments around, the main difference between at-home dermarollers and Genuine Dermaroller is that the professional device has longer needles which penetrate the skin more deeply, providing better and longer-lasting results.
Skilful application of the Genuine Dermaroller device by a trained expert stimulates the skin to regenerate and repair itself naturally, effectively treating a variety of concerns including the appearance of pores, scars, stretch marks, fine lines, and wrinkles. The treatment improves skin tone and texture, increases collagen production and cell renewal, tightens the skin and brightens the complexion.
If you want to do an at-home skin treatment, try the Swiss Clinic Skin Roller. The ultimate introduction to microneedling, this at-home treatment helps to encourage the production of collagen and elastin, as well as stimulating new and healthy cells for a more radiant and supple complexion. This versatile treatment can also be used on the face and body (just make sure to buy the replacement heads) and allows serums to be absorbed at an increase of up to 300%!
Written by Sarah Blake