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Spring is in full swing! And with every new season, it seems like there are new beauty trends coming out of the woodworks.

While social media has made access to information easier, not all beauty trends will work for you.

And that’s why we’re here. To do the research, talk to some experts, and give you helpful information that you can carry with you for years to come.

Here are a few springtime beauty trends you might want to try:

1. Slugging

If you’ve spent some time on TikTok in the last couple of months, then you’ve probably seen this trend going around.

So what exactly is slugging? Slugging is simply slathering on a heavy occlusive on your face as the last product in your nighttime routine.

It is a great way of promoting well-hydrated skin since it prevents loss of moisture by sealing in all the products you have used.

The thought of slathering petroleum jelly might not sound enticing????, but dermatologists have backed this skincare trend.  If you do suffer from dry skin, this might be one beauty trend you might want to try.

That being said, everyone’s skin is different. If you are prone to breakouts, you should swap petroleum jelly for creams that lock in moisture. 

2. Skin Minimalism – Skinimalism?

Less is more! Especially when it comes to skincare. While 10-step beauty routines were in a few years ago. Today, people realize that you can achieve the same(if not better) results with just a few simple steps.

Not only is this better for your skin, but it’s also kinder to your skin. 

Using fewer products makes it easier for you to know what’s working for your skin at any given time. You can also identify products that are aggravating a certain condition and you can take steps to address it quickly. 

3. Light Therapy

Red-light therapy or simply light therapy has been used for years by your favorite celebrities. 

It is quick and effective way of taking care of certain skin conditions like acne, reducing inflammation, and reversing signs of aging.

Over the years, they have grown in popularity, meaning they are more accessible and some of the best aestheticians have this service readily available. 

While many skincare clinics provide this treatment, it’s always advisable to visit a qualified and trusted medical professional to receive any procedure.

In Conclusion

Skincare trends come and go! Always do your research before jumping on any trend.

However, the best advice will always come from a qualified dermatologist and medical professional.

If you need advice on any skincare issue you might be facing, schedule a consultation here, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 


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