Beauty trends may come and go, but one California-based skincare manufacturer suggests that microdosing could be one craze that is able to transform the routines of beauty-lovers.
Situated in an 80,000 square-foot facility in Corona, California, Adonis Manufacturing’s chemists and technicians have been formulating some of the best-selling skincare products for over 50 years. Becoming a go-to in the beauty industry, the full-scale cosmetics manufacturing lab has built a firm reputation for creating high-quality, effective products for a range of industry-leading clients.
Making hundreds of formulas every year, the company is an expert in the latest beauty trends however, it’s the new microdosing trend that has caught their attention.
Microdosing involves using small doses of active ingredients regularly. For example, cutting down the percentage of a vitamin C serum to make it more tolerable and effective on all skin types. Adonis Manufacturing believes that this new method is beneficial for both beauty brands and beauty consumers who are looking to improve their skin.
Adonis Manufacturing says, “It’s all too often that we see beauty consumers using an overcomplicated approach to their skincare. They’ll overload their skin with harsh products in hope that it will quickly banish their skincare woes, when really it could be causing irritation, acne, and dryness. We’re seeing more of our clients formulating products that use lower percentages of active ingredients for more regular use. In our experience, by following the microdosing trend, brands can create products with far more efficient and tolerable results.”
The microdosing trend is nothing new – most commonly known in reference to taking microdoses of psychedelic drugs – but it’s starting to become more of the norm in the beauty industry to help sensitized or damaged skin better tolerate ingredients like Vitamin C, Azelaic Acid, Retinol and Salicylic Acid.