The beauty industry in 2021 is heading toward improving our natural characteristics. Maybe a year of sitting at home bare-faced has helped, but therapies that can streamline our beauty rituals and give us that ‘lit from inside’ look without invasive procedures are now a top priority.
Take a look at these beauty treatments that we think will be hot in 2021, and learn how to get them.
Microneedling is a beauty therapy that is expected to remain popular in 2021.
What is the reason for this? It’s non-invasive and can assist with a number of different skin issues. It’s common among clients to reduce acne scarring and hyperpigmentation, improve collagen development, and smoothen wrinkles. If you’re not sure what microneedling is, it’s a procedure that involves puncturing the skin with a tiny needle. This treatment encourages the skin to develop fresh collagen-rich tissue to heal itself, resulting in a smoother and more youthful look.
Dermaplaning’s success has been on the increase for a few years, and we don’t expect it to cool down in 2021.
Dermaplaning eliminates the top layer of peach fuzz and dead skin to expose healthy skin, and it has the power to carry the clients’ skin to the next degree of radiance. Since it is painless and shows instant results, this therapy is ideal for beauty salons. It can be provided alone or as part of a facial and is ideal for almost any client or skin type. Since the hair and dead skin have been replaced, nourishing face masks are more able to penetrate the skin.
Dermarolling is going to become one of the main beauty trends in 2021, as at-home skincare treatments become more common.
It uses tiny pinpricks to induce new tissue development, similar to microneedling. On the other hand, a derma-roller glides across the skin in a sweeping motion rather than the ‘stamping’ motion of a microneedling pen. So, what’s the difference between these two forms of treatment? A microneedling pen is useful for precisely reaching target areas such as the eyes, nose, and jaw. They’re even more reliable than rollers, but only skilled estheticians can use them. At-home derma rollers have become increasingly common in recent years as customers want to duplicate salon results at home. They’re not quite as powerful as a microneedle, but they’re always a good addition to a facial. Skin treatments can also reach the skin more effectively when performed before a facial.
The skincare ingredient retinol has taken the grooming industry by storm. Regular use of retinol can plump the skin, minimize fine lines, increase skin texture, and even help with acne because it increases collagen, cell turnover rate, and elastin output.
Retinol is a great ingredient to use in your salon facials. Not only can you use it in your therapies, but you can also sell it so that customers can maintain their outcomes at home. One point to keep in mind is that retinol is one of the most potent additives in skincare. As a measure, it’s usually not recommended after abrasive procedures like microneedling or dermaplaning.