Hybrid beauty products can actually replace your entire skin, and now we have products that beautifully combine makeup with skincare. Using hybrid products changes your whole skincare routine as you no longer need a 5-step beauty treatment, as beauty experts claim that these products can be applied directly to the skin without smearing. worry about damage.
All of us, regardless of our skin types, tones, and the issues we seek to address, need our skin care to perform certain essential functions, including cleansing, moisturizing, UV protection, helps the natural barrier of the skin, the protection of the skin against external aggressions. and balancing the PH and protecting the skin’s sebum. We may all need it in varying degrees of priority, but we do need it. Therefore, we have to look for hybrid products, for example makeup and skincare, that perform these functions for us.
In an interview with HT Lifestyle, Ananya Kapur, Founder of Type Beauty Inc, said, “We have foundations today that work as concealers and spot correctors in addition to being a moisturizer with SPF for your skin. These products are those that are made and selected according to the type of skin. They maintain the maintenance of your skin. Moreover, now is the perfect time to invest and grow in the hybrid beauty industry as it advances. Many people want to enter the market but don’t know how to go about it.
She suggested: “When we replace makeup and infuse it with skin care, it must be done with the utmost care and scientific knowledge. Few brands focus on skin types and concerns. Dermatological and skin-safe testing should be done to understand exactly if a product works for a particular skin type. Choosing the right ingredients and formulations is a very important step in customizing makeup for specific skin.
Jigeesha Sarvaiya, founder of Trudiance, recommended a list of things to keep in mind when using hybrid products:
1) Basic facial products can be very effective in this regard. Our serum foundations, for example, provide hydration, protection against external aggressions, promote the health of the skin’s natural barrier and preserve the skin from infections.
2) For the lips, an emollient is essential because it helps retain moisture in the skin. Beware of products that perfume this function.
3) The skin around the eyes (eyelids and under the eyes) is particularly delicate and requires extra care. Eye makeup products that provide hydration and antioxidant properties can be used to replace daytime skin care.
4) Non-comedogenic, anti-allergic are some attributes we should look for.
She pointed out, “Having said that, it helps to have toxin-free ingredients in our makeup as it ensures that the skin remains free from damage as we wear the products on it for long hours. Finally, we all have our own requirements. Obtaining a complete knowledge of the products we use (ingredients, claims made, support/testing/R&D) plays a central role. It helps to get expert advice whenever we can and to make sure we’re not being brainwashed (read greenwashing, sometimes) to use products without studying them. There is no “one size fits all” solution.