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Acne All-Stars

Acne is one of the most common skin conditions among adults. Much of a skin care professional’s daily function is performing the right treatments and suggesting the right products for a homecare regimen meant to produce clearer skin.

From cleansers to serums, there are a myriad of products on the market targeting adult acne. Here are a few products with potent, acne-fighting ingredients.

Private Label

Many spa owners opt to work with private labels as they are able to customize and brand a product that is already formulated. Often, it is also a cost-effective way to produce a line of products. Here are a few ingredients essential to the efficacy of the private label lines listed below.

Organic Skin Care

The world of aesthetics, though steadfast in its efforts to sooth and beautify, is forever changing due to clients’ needs – one of the latest trends being a push for organic skin care products. In an effort to take a more holistic approach, skin care professionals are turning to products combining botanicals, minerals, and essential oils to curate an impactful regimen for clients.

Toners

When aiming for clear skin, toners are the last line of defense against impurities on the skin and in pores. Included in most skin care regimens, toners complete the cleansing process, ridding the skin of any leftover dirt and particles while tightening the pores. The myriad of options for toners is indicative of the world of skin care – it’s diverse. There is a product out there for every skin type featuring a variety of ingredients meant to fight off free radicals, bacteria, excess sebum, and dirt from deep inside the pores. Below are a few ingredients of note.

Men’s Skin

In 2016, men’s skin care and hair products brought in more than $19 billion globally. As men become more conscious and knowledgeable about their skin, skin care manufacturers and professionals are offering more products and treatments that are tailored to men.

Masks

Masks offer a wide range of skin care benefits in one easy application. They are incredibly versatile, as there is a mask available for every skin type. For clients with busy schedules, there are even some that can be worn overnight or in the shower. Certain ingredients in masks, such as the ones detailed below, can be used to clarify, moisturize, cleanse, and brighten skin tone, among many other endless uses.

Exfoliants

Over time, the skin's ability to shed the buildup of unhealthy, dead layers of skin decelerates. Using an exfoliant can mitigate this outcome by being applied to the skin frequently. Exfoliants, such as the ones detailed below, work to dissolve dry skin cells, smooth rough, bumpy skin and bring clarity to an uneven skin tone.

Hair Removal

Various forms of hair removal have been practiced for cultural, medical, and religious reasons in almost all human cultures since at least the Neolithic era. Waxing, sugaring, and similar hair removal techniques are all a form of semi-permanent hair removal that vary only slightly in their formulas. Sucrose, polymers, and soy are three ingredients that are making a big difference in the hair removal industry.

Moisturizers

Moisturizers were invented to combat sun damage, which causes the skin to dry out, crack, and age quicker. Moisturizers have evolved over the years, but recently have gone back to their original roots by incorporating ingredients that were being used many years ago in the skin care industry again. Shea butter, aloe vera, and peptides are each making a big difference in modern moisturizers.

Essential Oils

The use of herbs and plants such as lavender, cinnamon, and manuka for medicinal purposes dates back to ancient times. With the natural trend gaining popularity with consumers, clients are looking to natural applications of plants, such as essential oils and aromatherapy, as alternatives to the treatments of a wide variety of skin conditions.

Beauty Products

People have been concerned with beauty since the beginning of time! While Cleopatra is famous for her milk baths, she was not the only one; according to Pliny the Elder, Emperor Nero's wife washed her face with donkey's milk seven times a day to erase wrinkles and maintain the whiteness of her face.

Marine-Based Skin Care

Marine-based skin care employs seaweed, plankton, algae, and other oceanic ingredients to not only beautify the skin, but also provide it with numerous healing benefits. For example, seawater has a positive effect on dermatitis and psoriasis. Furthermore, compounds in seawater can help to alleviate dry, damaged skin.

Serums

The first serums were commercially produced in 1930 and were created to reduce wrinkles and tighten the face. As these products have evolved, so have the ingredients that are used within them. Marine seaweed, fulvic acid, and plant stem cells are among the top game changers for this leading category.