We cover the latest skincare trends in the consumer world to help keep aesthetic physicians in the know.
Featured skincare this week includes a collagen hair mask to restore damaged locks with the help of sound frequency, a soothing moisturizing balm packing a 1000-mg hemp extract punch, and an age-repair defensin’s kit for anti-aging.
Specifically formulated for hair damaged by excessive color processing, heat styling, and environmental damage, the collagen hair mask restores locks with a blend of collagen, tamanu oil for moisturizing, argan oil for nutrients, and keratin to promote hair strength and resist breakage.
TO112’s damaged hair types formula is also charged with sound frequency, 528 Hz, which encourages DNA repair, improves hair heath, and brings balance and love to the body with every use, according to the company.
The product is SLS- and sulfate-free, DEA-free, paraben-free, cruelty-free, and safe for use on color- and keratin-treated hair.
This deeply moisturizing salve helps diffuse pain, discomfort, and inflammation while encouraging recovery using 1000 mg of broad-spectrum hemp extract, beeswax, organic coconut oil, organic shea butter, organic jojoba oil, and an essential oil blend.
The Soothe Balm is designed to nourish the skin and is made from organically grown Colorado hemp, which is batch tested to ensure purity, according to the company.
DefenAge Lux Kits create an ideal way to maintain defensin’s focused skincare regimen by including all their favorites in one box. Using its proprietary age-repair defensins, niacinamide, hyaluronic acid, sea whip, and a fine blend of natural antioxidants, enzymes, and hydrating technologies, the kit is designed to deliver improvement to damaged and exhausted skin.
The kit includes the Clinical Power trio: 8-1 BioSerum, 24/7 Barrier Balance Cream, and 2-minute Reveal Masque plus the 3D Eye Radiance Cream, 1-Step Multi-Cleanse, and a 100% Silk Pillowcase.