2019 Skincare Trend Predictions

Wondering what’s next in skincare? Our co-founders Sarah and Christine break down the eight most exciting skincare trends inspired by K-beauty.

Trend 1: Fog Mists
These next-generation mists are super-fine, so they hydrate your skin without messing up your makeup.
Try: Make P:rem Safe Me. Relief Moisture Mist, $23 

Trend 2: Beauty Sleep
As the conversations around wellness continue, we’re going to be hearing a lot more about how to maximize your sleep. Expect to see more hybrid products that help you maximize your beauty sleep.
Try: Glow Recipe Avocado Melt Sleeping Mask, $45 and Make P:rem Radiance Peeling Sleeping Pack, $30

Trend 3: Pads
Treatment pads aren’t only convenient—they’re also infused with powerful ingredients that are really effective.
Try: Harumada Triple Balance One-Step Cleansing Foam Pad, $14 for 10 pads and Whamisa by Glow Studio Charcoal Chai Pore Refining Glow Pads, $25

Trend 4: Combining Serums
Cocktail and layer your treatments to treat multiple skin concerns. The key is to listen to how your skin is feeling day-to-day and creating special “recipes” to target your concerns.
Try: Sweet Chef’s Serum Shots, $20 each

Trend 5: High Concentration Formulas
As we all become more ingredients focused, you’re going to see even more products that have high concentrations of key ingredients.
Try: Yuri Pibu Asiatica Calming Ampoule, $38; Leegeehaam Grow Tea Tree 80 Cream, $38; and Blithe Gold Apricot Pressed Serum, $49

Trend 6: PHA
This highly effective but gentle chemical exfoliator seems to be all over Korea. We love how even those with the most sensitive of skin can use PHA to slough away dead skin cells and brighten skin.
Try: Glow Recipe Avocado Melt Sleeping Mask, $45

Trend 7: Ginger
Not only is ginger packed with antioxidants, but it also is incredible at brightening complexions and treating hyperpigmentation.
Try: Sweet Chef Ginger + Vitamin C Serum Shot, $20

Trend 8: New Approaches to Anti-Aging
As we think about anti-aging, we’re not only thinking about treating fine lines and wrinkles—now, we’re thinking about face shape as well. Contouring through skincare? Sign us up.
Try: Private Doctor Minus Serum, $49

Trend 9: Affordable Vitamin C
We’ve started to see more Vitamin C treatments emerge, and we’re going to see even more at an accessible price point.
Try: Liz K First C Serum Pure Vitamin C 13%, $23

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