Snail Serums and AviClear Acne Laser are Currently Top Skin Care Trends: Spate

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Spate revealed two of the biggest current skin care trends.
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Per Spate's trend report, the top two skin care trends right now are snail serum and AviClear laser. Snail mucin is the gel-like liquid secreted from a snail. It has several skin care benefits, including hydrating, plumping skin and smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles in dehydrated skin. Aviclear laser is the first acne therapy to claim long-term effectiveness for mild, moderate and severe acne. 

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Snail serum has experienced an increase of 305.2% YoY growth and Spate predicts the growth is likely to endure, with only a few identified market leaders currently (CosRx, Iunkin and Benton). Consumers are searching for other snail mucin product formats like toner and essence, indicating a desire for this ingredient in different steps of their skin care routine.

Naderma's NAD+ Daily Moisturizing Cream hydrates and energizes the skin with a powerful blend of snail mucin, Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+), antioxidants and probiotics.

Spate reports that the top searches for Aviclear include Aviclear laser near me, Aviclear laser cost, Aviclear laser reviews, Accure laser vs Aviclear and Aviclear laser before and after. Queries such as near me and cost indicate that consumers are actively seeking resources and information on how to access this treatment, according to Spate. Searches for reviews, before-and-after comparisons, as well as Accure vs Aviclear, highlight consumers’ interest in the effectiveness of the laser, which is to be expected with any splurge treatment.

AviClear initially received FDA clearance in March 2022. After months of clinical data evaluation, the FDA has additionally recognized AviClear as a clinically efficacious and proven treatment for the long-term treatment of acne. AviClear selectively targets and suppresses the sebaceous glands, eliminating acne at the source and offering a durable and prescription-free option for patients and providers.

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