Each month, Dermatology Times® features a roundup of products trending in skin care. Click here to find out what products are trending for the month of June.
SPOTMYUV Detection Stickers aim to increase the public’s line of defense against sun damage caused by ultraviolent light. Created in 2014, the stickers are placed onto the skin before applying sunscreen. Once exposed to the sun, the stickers turn clear, and when it is time to reapply sunscreen, they turn purple.
This formulation uses full-spectrum hyaluronic acid of various molecular weights to help penetrate every layer of the skin for long-term hydration. Farmacy’s new serum also quickly smooths fine lines. Its ingredients include encapsulated thyme extract and vegan collagen peptide. Farmacy donates 5 meals to Feeding America for every bottle of the serum sold.
SkinMedica’s new neck cream aims to prevent and reduce the signs of moderate to severe neck aging, including sagging, deep wrinkles and lines, and crepiness. Specifically created to target the neck and décolleté, the cream consists of rice protein, peptides, and extracts such as lemon balm, green microalgae, shitake mushroom, paracress, knotgrass, and dunaliella salina.
A combination of 10% pure glycolic acid, tranexamic acid, vitamin B5, and lipohydroxy acid simultaneously exfoliates and brightens the complexion, and it is safe for sensitive skin. La Roche-Posay claims that after 2 weeks of use the skin will look brighter and after 4 weeks the appearance of discoloration and dark spots will be significantly reduced.
Brightalive is packed with key ingredients such as tranexamic acid, niacinamide, papain, and β glucan to help hydrate, soothe irritation and redness, improve luminosity, and reduce the appearance of dark spots on the skin. The product also has ZO Skin Health’s intelligent peptide drone, which is an encapsulated peptide that supports a fast onset of skin brightening while minimizing relapse of pigmentation and improving skin clarity.