The long-term effects of COVID-19 is still remaining, transforming every aspect of life, including how people view the importance of overall health. In the early days of 2023, it is time for everyone to choose for themselves some more sustainable health approach.
In the article below, let's explore 6 healthcare trends that will explode in 2023 according to predictions from experts.
1. Upcycling Food
The Upcycled Food Association defines that upcycled food uses ingredients that ordinarily would not have been used to make food for humans, is obtained and produced via verified supply chains, and has a beneficial environmental impact.
Misshapen, soft, or bruised fruits and vegetables, edible stems and leaves, and residual pulp from juicing all have a place in the upcycled food movement.
We can do food recycling at home by reusing fruit pulp after juicing to make a vegetarian broth, for example. This easy-to-follow approach can reduce food insecurity and create healthy, sustainable habits, while helping to save the Earth.
2. 24/7 Fitness anywhere
Gyms have been forced to temporarily close due to the pandemic, so personal trainers and owners of traditional wellness spaces have been hit hard. If possible, they must turn to online classes to recreate a sense of connection with many people. People who continue to work from home can join online fitness classes with shorter, faster, more private doses of exercise. Fitness will no longer be an “extracurricular" activity, it's a necessary standard of modern people.
3. Focus on Mental Health
During the pandemic, the proportion of people suffering from depression and anxiety disorders increased significantly, with 43% of people feeling more anxious and 45% of people experiencing depression.
These days, remote therapy enables more and more people to gain access to mental healthcare. The idea of mental treatmant has been normalized and everyone is becoming more and more open about their problems.
4. Simplified Skincare Routines
“Simplification” will become the most seen word in the “beauty dictionary” of post-pandemic women. Women wear very little or no makeup at all, using skin care products instead. Moreover, skincare is going to be more minmal.
Not only did beauty brands make intensive skin care routines desirable, but also consumer-driven trends. However, the skin might get overloaded and irritated if you use a variety of cleansers, toners, exfoliators, serums, moisturizers, face oils, and other products. Long-term use of excessive amounts of active ingredients can also harm the skin's protective layer and make it more challenging to treat problems like wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and other issues.
Therefore, we recommend an all-in-one routine that feeds your skin with just enough skincare:
- Cleansing: Superfruit Cleansing Balm that removes SPF, dirt, and even waterproof makeup in a gentle but effective way. The product also hydrates and brightens your skin.
- Moisturizing: Bakuchiol Super Cream - the newest plant-based retinol. Besides moisturizing, it also helps to reduce acne, wrinkles, and pigmentation.
- Sunblock: UV Shield Sunscreen with Tinosorb S filter to protect your skin fully from UVs, plus tone-up effect and hydration.
And those are the healthcare trends to rise in this year for you to consider joining. We hope you accomplish all your health resolutions for 2023.