What’s Trending in Skin Care? September 2021

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 September.

Advanced Scar Control | SkinCeuticals

SkinCeuticals launches a brand new scar gel aimed at improving the texture and tone of existing scars and preventing new ones from forming. This high-silicone scar gel consists of 95% silicones, 0.5% allantoin, 2% fatty acids, and 1% ultralight silica. Alcohol-, dye-, and fragrance-free, SkinCeuticals’ Advanced Scar Control improves the overall appearance of recent scars by 29% in 12 weeks as seen in clinical trials, with study subjects seeing an improvement in new/recent scar redness, texture, and discoloration. 

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Re:generative™ Super Power C Serum | I-N Beauty

This vitamin C serum is driven by I-N Beauty’s Intelli-Cell plant stem cell science to help reduce fine lines and wrinkles, dark spots, uneven skin tone, and redness. According to the company, Intelli-Cell is 1000x more potent and sustainable than conventional ingredients. Stem cells from rare plants such as edelweiss, coneflower, and pennywort are extracted to harness their anti-aging and antioxidant effects. Vitamin C may have a bad rap for having a short shelf life and being unstable, but this vitamin C serum is stabilized using I-N Beauty’s technology to remain resistant to discoloration during production, storage, and use. 

i-nbeauty.com

Elixir Firming Serum | Antedotum

Elixir Firming Serum from Antedotum aids in collagen restoration, resulting in hydrated and firm skin, free of any signs of hyperpigmentation and sagging. Formulated with a full spectrum cannabidiol (CBD), this firming serum contains 1 of the highest concentrations (500 mg) of cannabinoids, including CBD and cannabigerol (CBG). These plant compounds are rich in anti-inflammatory and antioxidative properties that aid in soothing skin irritation, reducing redness, oil control, and protecting against cell degradation due to their neuro-regenerative properties, according to Antedotum. 

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Zit Stopper | The A Method by Tina Alster MD

From Dermatology Times®’ editorial advisory board member, Tina Alster, MD, comes Zit Stopper, a twice-daily topical acne treatment formulated with key ingredients adapalene 1%, trichloroacetic acid, hydrocortisone, glycerin, and hyaluronic acid. A previously prescription-only medication for acne, adapalene has shown in numerous clinical studies to prevent and reduce acne break outs.

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Anti-Aging Facial Serum Concentrate | KERACELL MD

KERACELL MD’s Anti-Aging Facial Serum Concentrate features High Potency MHCsc (Multiple Human Cell Stem Cell) Technology, which is formulated with W3 Peptide (Hexapeptide-33), a 3rd generation skin care peptide that targets G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCR). This technology helps activate cell vitality, brightens, tones, and combats wrinkles. The serum is equipped with potent bio-active signaling peptides to target damaged sites to assist in restoration and repair. Also, Gatuline Renew works to smooth and hydrate the skin to improve overall skin texture and appearance. 

Keracell.com

Advanced Therapy Moisturizing Cream | Lubriderm

A new moisturizing cream has hit the market with the introduction of Lubriderm’s Advanced Therapy Moisturizing Cream. This cream aims to relieve extra-dry skin through vitamin E, pro-vitamin B5, and omega 3. Lubriderm’s new fragrance- and paraben-free cream is fast-absorbing and has shown to moisturize for 24 hours, leaving the skin intensely hydrated without that dreaded greasy feeling. 

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