BeautyHealth 2023 Skintuition Report: The Skin Health Trends and Data Shaping the Year
This collective intelligence and proprietary data put BeautyHealth in a unique position to reflect on the trends that shaped 2023 and those that it believes will emerge in 2024.
“We are thrilled to unveil our first-ever Skintuition Report and share insights culled from our connected platform and global community of skin health providers. This year’s data reveals an appetite for retro ingredients with novel delivery methods and a growing interest in body—especially booty—skincare treatments,” says BeautyHealth Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
The Skintuition Report shows that Peptides, Retinol and Vitamin C were the tried-and-true ingredients favored by providers in 2023 when it came to selecting boosters to personalize every Hydrafacial treatment to address clients’ skincare needs. And, Hydrafacial treatments moved beyond the face with back and booty treatments increasing +133% compared to last year.
In addition to consumer and provider behavior data, the 2023 BeautyHealth Skintuition Report catalogues long-standing and more recent peer-reviewed clinical studies, which analyze the efficacy of the Hydrafacial treatment. Among the findings, study investigators found Hydrafacial treatments:
- significantly improve hydration, pore size, hyperpigmentation, dullness, fine lines, and texture1,2
- work at deeper levels in the skin to help thicken, plumpen and protect the skin from free radicals and pollution1,2
- significantly improve acne in the majority of subjects3
“Hydrafacial has decades of proven efficacy, shown in our catalogue of clinical studies and in the everyday use by clinicians worldwide for glowing results,” says BeautyHealth Medical Affairs Leader
As for 2024 predictions, the Skintuition Report lays out five themes poised to dominate the skin health conversation:
- Medicalization of Beauty: Consumers seeking the biggest bang for their beauty dollar and efficacy above all will invest in proven treatments, backed by clinical studies.
- Rise of the New Influencer: Consumers will increasingly turn to skin health professionals—MDs and estheticians—to help shape their beauty routines.
- Flawless Skin, The Ultimate Quiet Luxury: Impeccable skin will be a subtle statement—or a very loud one for those in the know—signaling an investment of money, time and knowledge in treatments, tweakments and products.
- Retro Ingredients, New Delivery Methods: Providers are reaching for tried-and-true ingredients like peptides, finding novelty and efficacy in new formulas or with device-supported applications.
- Personalization Powered by Data: Data will play a starring role in how products and treatments will be enhanced and personalized to consumers’ needs.
Data insights in the Skintuition Report are generated from BeautyHealth sales data, Hydrafacial Syndeo device data, published clinical studies, provider testimonials, and third-party measurement tools.
Download the full 2023 BeautyHealth Skintuition Report here.
Bruce M. Freedman(2009) Topical antioxidant application enhances the effects of facial microdermabrasion, Journal of Dermatological Treatment.
Bruce M. Freedman(2008) Hydradermabrasion: an innovative modality for nonablative facial rejuvenation, Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology.
Ryan Storgard, MS*; Jana Mauricio-Lee, BS*; Tess Mauricio, MD; Martin Zaiac, MD; and Jwala Karnik, MD (2022) Efficacy and Tolerability of HydraFacial Clarifying Treatment Series in the Treatment of Active Acne Vulgaris, Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology.
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