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Pearl Skin Trend For Spring 2024

2023 was all about the glazed donut skin and this year, the skin trends have shifted to something called the pearl skin trend. According to TikTok, #pearlskin has more than 40 million views. So what’s the difference between the two?

Glazed Donut Skin Vs. Pearl Skin:

The glazed donut skin trend aims to achieve a glossy, hydrated, and radiant complexion that resembles the shiny surface of a glazed donut. This trend emphasizes intense hydration, luminosity, and a healthy, dewy glow. The pearl skin trend aims to achieve a smooth, translucent, and even-toned complexion that resembles the lustrous appearance of a pearl. This trend focuses on achieving clarity, brightness, and a flawless complexion.

How To Get The Pearl Skin Glow:

You’ll want to keep your skin as hydrated as possible to maintain its natural moisture barrier and prevent dryness, which can make the skin look dull and tired. After cleaning your skin, we recommend using our Subverse Plumping Peptide Serum. Subverse is our complexion enhancing serum formulated with a potent peptide, Matrixyl™ Synthe'6™, a barrier strengthening bioferment, hydrating osmolytes and amino acids to visibly plump, restore hydration homeostasis and improve firmness and elasticity.

Next, to brighten skin, try using products that contain ingredients that even out skin tone and reduce hyperpigmentation, resulting in a brighter complexion. Our Lactonic Lactic Acid and Vitamin C Serum is perfect for this. Lactonic is formulated with Ascorbyl Glucoside, a highly stable Vitamin C derivative that brightens, while vegan Lactic Acid made from fermented sugar exfoliates and resurfaces all while hydrating skin. With added Niacinamide and Upcycled White Pine that combat uneven tone and texture, Lactonic helps restore and replenish skin to help it perform at its optimal level.

Lastly, if texture, buildup, or a dull appearance leave you wanting a little extra exfoliation, consider incorporating a physical exfoliant into your routine to combat texture, promote cell turnover, and help you achieve a smoother, more radiant complexion. Once a week, try using our Micro-Crystalline Exfoliating Face Mask. This face polishing treatment works to gently yet effectively slough off dead skin for your smoothest skin yet. Formulated with super fine, micro-crystalline cellulose, a combination of glycolic and lactic acid, and fermented bio-sourced bisabolol, this exfoliating mask works hard to refine and resurface.

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