Peptides always keep a place in the anti-aging research and are increasingly used as active ingredients in skincare products. Between 2011 and 2018, the percentage of anti-aging cosmetic products containing peptides was raised from 23.5% to 25.2%, according to a recent study from Portugal.
The coronavirus outbreak has made us lock ourselves up in our homes and placed on hold many beauty treatments, including our visits to salons. Without regular trims, hair can become overly dry and frizzy. As masking is one of the easiest things we can do at home to make our hair look healthier, people started to incorporate a once-a-week hair treatment into their hair care routine.
Nowadays, it has been almost impossible to scroll through social media without seeing an influencer (KOL) talking about the importance of strengthening skin barrier. Skincare experts and enthusiasts have pivoted their focus from instant-gratification products such as acids and scrubs to the less sexy stratum corneum in view of a holistic skin health.
The demand for sunscreen product features from consumers are uplifting. In addition to SPF (UVB sun protection factor) and protection grade of UVA rays such as PA from Japan, PPD using European standards, American standard broad-spectrum, cosumers also desire suncare products giving refreshing skin touch, possessing multi-protection against blue light, pollutants, and imparting skin care functionalities.