5 Current & Emerging Skincare Trends

September 20 2021 – Genevieve Chaplin

5 Current & Emerging Skincare Trends - Simply Softr

5 Current & Emerging Skincare Trends - Simply Softr

We've put together a list of 5 current and emerging skincare trends we expect to see during 2022!

Probiotic, Prebiotic & Postbiotic Skincare

Probiotics are the friendly bacteria that live on your skin and prebiotics are the food & fuel source for these friendly bacteria. There are many new and exciting brands entering the market in this niche, while other well known skincare brands are expanding to include probiotic & prebiotic skincare products in their ranges.

Celebrity Skincare Boom

Star-studded skincare has quickly become a promising skincare trend. Celebrities including Rihanna, Pharrell, and Alicia Keys have stepped into the skincare market and created some amazing formulas which are loved by many! 
Wonder which celeb will be next..

Blue-Light Protection Skincare

We all know that blue light, which is emitted from our screens and from the sun, is bad for the skin. Blue light may cause photo-aging and hyperpigmentation. For this reason, blue-light blocker creams are forecast to be a real game changer in the skincare industry next year.

Skincare For Inflammation & 'Maskne'

Inflammation is a common term used in the skincare industry. Though, during the last year or so, 'Maskne' has been the word used to describe skin irritations, breakouts and redness from the prolonged use of face masks. It is expected 'Maskne' will continue, so long as the use of face masks continue. For this reason, it's likely that we will see more calming skincare products entering the market.

Hand Care, Please!

As I'm sure most of you have encountered over the last few years, constant hand washing to eliminate germs and viruses causes rough, dry hands. Various beauty brands have started making sanitizers and hand creams to help smooth and moisturise our hands for this reason!


Disclaimer: This blog post is solely for informative purposes. Even though research indicates that prebiotics/probiotics can alleviate certain skin conditions, we do not make any therapeutic or medical claims about our skincare. Our skincare is meant only for cosmetic purposes.