It’s no secret that health and wellness took a front row seat during the prime years of the pandemic. Personal care products soared with the influx of self-help beauty tools, professional-grade over the counter serums, masks and peels, and, of course, DIY natural beauty products. But while at-home pampering became a way of life, we’re now back outside in all of our social butterfly glory and yearning for the magic of a professional touch. Out of the ashes of the COVID era, here are few Caribbean skin trends that are emerging in the world of beauty.

Hydrafacials

This simple-yet-effective treatment boasts “the best skin of your life” in three steps and 30 minutes. The approach offers maximum hydration, using a patented delivery system that exfoliates skin and extracts impurities while simultaneously infusing carefully crafted peptide-and-antioxidant-rich super serums into the skin.

Osmosis Facial Infusion

More than just a facial, the Osmosis Infusion is a mind and body experience. Using an application method called the liposomal delivery system, this non-acid peel incorporates high doses of natural ingredients such as shea butter, honeysuckle flower extract and sandalwood oil to restore the skin’s epidermal barrier while promoting circulation, collagen production and cellular rejuvenation.

Microneedling with PRP

A combination of regenerative medicine and plastic surgery techniques, this minimally invasive procedure uses what’s yours to make you even better. Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is harvested from the client’s blood and applied to the skin via microneedling. What’s left after healing is a glowing complexion with tight and smooth skin because it promotes the production of collagen and elastin.


Dermaplaning

In an exfoliating method that uses a special razor-like device, clients have the upper layer of their skin removed to reveal the healthier, supple layers below. It is often preceded by a specialized facial. The result emphasizes your natural beauty and can be easily added to your skin care routine once a month.

Luxurious Caribbean Skin Trends - Fermented Skin Care
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Fermented Skin Care

Not just for a happy tummy, fermented and probiotic-rich natural beauty products have made their way to our island shores in a big way. Already the norm in Korean beauty culture, this skin care application focuses on the importance of the microbiome balance on the skin. Luckily, professional grade products are already on the market and are available through certified aestheticians and skin consultants.


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