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Expect to See These Skin Care Trends Everywhere in 2023

In the beauty industry, new products and trends are constantly emerging every now and then. However, not all of them can leave a lasting impression. Still, there are a few that can shake up your skincare routine and bring great results to your skin. To give you a better view, here are some of the top skincare trends you can expect to see in 2023. 

Multi-Ingredients Products

In the past, many women would apply different products to achieve a youthful and glowing complexion. However, this process can be time-consuming, especially if you have a busy schedule. Additionally, excessive layering of skincare products may also lead to skin problems, including dryness, redness, and irritation. 

Today, many beauty companies have prioritized creating a single product containing multiple active ingredients. That way, you don’t have to waste money and time to look fabulous. As such, you can expect multi-ingredient skincare products to rise this year. 

Advanced Skin Cycling 

Advanced skin cycling is one of the top skincare trends you can expect to see in 2023. Most of you are probably family with this practice developed by Dr. Whitney Bowe. It involves rotating between your retinol, chemical exfoliants, and moisturizer. 

With advanced skin cycling, you can customize your skincare routine. Keep in mind that you will still follow the basic rules of skin cycling. The difference is that you can use strong ingredients more often if your skin can tolerate them. Still, you will devote a “recover night” for your skin to heal. 

Tremella Mushroom 

Last year, mushrooms were popular not only in the culinary industry but in the beauty and fashion world as well. In fact, many companies are using tremella mushrooms as an ingredient in their beauty products. The reason is due to its hydrating effects. 

According to several beauty experts, tremella mushroom has moisturizing, healing, and rejuvenating properties. Aside from that, it is also a humectant like hyaluronic acid. The difference is that tremella mushroom has a greater “moisture-binding ability,” making it more hydrating than hyaluronic acid. 


Some of you may have heard about ceramides in the past. To be specific, they are naturally occurring oils in the skin. Unfortunately, it was considered an underdog in the skincare department in the past few years. 

Today, ceramides are among the top skincare trends you can expect to see in 2023. After all, more and more people have now realized the value of ceramides, especially in supporting your skin barrier. For this reason, you may find numerous beauty products combining ceramides with hydrating ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid or niacinamide, for optimum moisture.