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Skincare Trends to Look Out For in 2024

Skincare Trends to Look Out For in 2024

Embarking on a journey towards radiant and healthy skin is a priority for many people, and as we step into 2024, the world of skincare is evolving with innovative trends that promise to redefine our beauty routines. This year, as beauty enthusiasts and skincare aficionados eagerly embrace the potential of new formulations and techniques, we invite you to dive into the exciting landscape of skincare.  

Let's explore some of the cutting-edge trends that are poised to shape the beauty industry in 2024, offering you not only a glimpse into the future of skincare but also the opportunity to elevate your self-care routine to new heights. 

1. Focus on Growth Factors 

Growth factors help with the triggering of cellular repair and regeneration of the skin. Collagen and elastin, two important proteins in our bodies, are boosted by growth factors. Using products that contain growth factors can help with stimulating collagen production, improved texture and tone and cellular renewal.  

2. Taking Care of the Scalp 

Many people may not think about the scalp and pay attention to the face only, but it is something that one should care for.  

Look out for salicylic acid, which is a beta hydroxy acid (BHA), as it can gently break apart dirt, oil and dead skin cells. BHA is making its way into pre-shampoo treatments so trying out things like post wash and scalp maintenance serums would be good items to purchase for a healthy scalp.  

According to Dr. Kiran Mian, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist, massaging the scalp will stimulate blood flow which will then bring fresh nutrients to the area and can help with lymphatic drainage.

Also, adding oil during the massage is helpful as it contains different proteins and lipids that are beneficial for the hair because the hair cuticle is made up of lipids and proteins. Adding that to the scalp and letting it remain there for a couple hours can help with the strength and structure of the hair.

3. Look Out for New Neuropetides  

According to cosmetic chemist Ron Robinson, peptides are now becoming a standard skincare ingredient. These are adaptable short-chain amino acids and different peptides will serve different purposes.  


Peptides work by absorbing into your skin where they can be used by the body to provide benefits. According to Healthline, it can help with reducing wrinkles, easing inflammation and an improved skin barrier. 

4. More Appealing Cleansers 

It is important to wash your face before sleeping and after waking up to ensure your skin is clean on a consistent basis.  

This year, look out for cleansers that are designed with the efficacy of skincare that you would normally leave on your face, like formulations that are found in essence or serums. According to Ron Robinson, silver will be a key ingredient that will be seen in cleansers because it is antibacterial and repairs the skin’s microbiome functioning.  

5. Regulation for Pigmentation  

Skin pigmentation is a common concern for those who are actively involved in their skincare. Discoloration occurs when there is a spike in melanin, which is a natural substance in the body that’s responsible for producing pigment in the skin and hair. So, if pigmentation is a concern, look out for new products that will contain ingredients such as retinol, retinol alternatives, niacinamide, or AHAs/BHAs that will tackle it effectively.  

6. Psychodermatology 

It is important to remember that having both good skin and mental health are crucial in overall skincare maintenance. Psychodermatology is the study of the connection between mind and skin conditions. Consultant dermatologist Dr. Anjali Mahto believes that embracing the connection between the skin and the mind is a positive step towards a more personalized and effective treatment.  

7. Using Vitamin C on a Daily Basis  

Skincare expert and celeb makeup artist, Brett Freedman, says there is an increased number of people who are using Vitamin C in their daily routines. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that can help boost collagen production, reduce pigmentation, brighten skin, and help with wrinkles and dryness. 

8. Consuming Collagen Peptides 

Collagen peptides consist of tiny protein fragments derived from animal collagen. According to WebMD, when taking these by mouth, they can build up in the skin and cartilage and could help the improvement of some skin conditions.  

What LifePharm Offers for Skin

LifePharm stays ahead of skincare trends and strives to be a leader in your health, by providing multiple products for your overall well-being. 


When it comes to skin treatments, LifePharm offers LAMIDERM APEX. As growth factors are a trend to look out for this year, LAMIDERM APEX is a perfect solution. This is the first and only patented skin cell regeneration serum in the market that contains egg bioactive growth factors. These growth factors can help stimulate and rejuvenate the skin cells. LAMIDERM APEX can also help with pigmentation regulation as well, which is another trend to look out for.  

LAMIDERM APEX is the first and only patented skin cell regeneration serum on the market that contains egg bioactive growth factors. The combination of growth factors and potent ingredients in LAMIDERM have been scientifically boost collagen production in the skin within 3 days. 


Another product LifePharm offers that is benecial for skin health is OMNIA. OMNIA contains spirulina, which is a rich source of easily digestible plant protein with some of the most powerful antioxidants that fight free radical damage throughout the skin and body. Not only that, but it contains three powerful ingredient complexes made up of minerals, collagen peptides, and natural moisturizers to help improve the structure, function, and appearance of skin tissue. This helps improve skin moisture levels, tightens skin, and clears skin.  


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Kilikita, Jacqueline. “9 New Skincare Trends That’ll Be Everywhere In 2024.” Refinery29, 6 Feb. 2024,  


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