With 2023 right around the corner, it’s natural to be looking toward the coming year and what it will hold in terms of aesthetic trends.

With the demand for aesthetic treatments only increasing, and more people looking for surgical and nonsurgical treatments across the UK, there are many aesthetic trends to look out for in 2023. 

Aesthetic trends in 2023 include, but are not limited to:

  1. Prioritising facial assessments
  2. Natural, subtle treatments
  3. Focusing on the individual
  4. Consulting an accredited practitioner
Aesthetic trends 2023

Facial assessments involve your aesthetic practitioner assessing your facial symmetry, the proportions of your face, and your skin quality before the aesthetic treatment is carried out.

1. Prioritising Facial Assessments

An essential aspect of facial aesthetics treatments is facial assessments, and this will carry all throughout 2023.

Facial assessments involve your aesthetic practitioner assessing factors such as your facial symmetry and the proportions of your face, as well as your skin quality before the aesthetic treatment is carried out.

While many clients will have an idea of what they want their treatment to look like, and will often bring in reference photos of celebrities, facial assessments are essential to ensure everything is in proportion to your unique facial features. 

Facial assessments are especially important when a client is looking for a natural look that enhances their natural beauty, but wants something other than the standardised look.

That said, prioritising facial assessments throughout 2023 will be highly important for established aesthetic clinics all over the UK.

2. Natural, Subtle Treatments

The next aesthetic trend for 2023 is subtle and natural treatments, from dermaplaning to eyelash and eyebrow treatments. 

The last few years, and 2022 in particular, have seen a boom in clean beauty and natural beauty trends, from Hailey Bieber’s glazed skin to glossy lips.

Many influencers are opting for a more natural look as the ‘Instagram aesthetic’ shifts from heavily curated to more authentic content.

As such, subtle tweaks and natural aesthetic treatments are expected to be on the rise throughout 2023, with people seeking treatments that allow for low-maintenance beauty routines.

From botox to dermal fillers to dermaplaningYou Can Clinic offers a variety of training courses that allow patients to feel rejuvenated, whilst also enhancing their natural beauty.

If you’re interested in one of our training courses, be sure to get in touch with a friendly member of our team today at courses@youcanclinic.com.

Aesthetic trends

 The last few years, and 2022 in particular, have seen a boom in clean beauty and natural beauty trends, from Hailey Bieber’s glazed skin to glossy lips.

3. Focusing On The Individual 

In 2023, it’s likely that aesthetic practitioners will be taking a more individualised approach to aesthetic treatments.

An individualised approach places emphasis on the fact that no face is the same. Every patient is unique, highlighting how important it is for aesthetic treatments to be individualised to every patient. 

Ensuring that an aesthetic practitioner takes an individualised approach for each treatment helps to highlight a patient’s unique features without compromising their natural beauty. 

After all, your unique beauty should be celebrated, and the world would be a different place if we all looked the same.  

4. Consulting An Accredited Practitioner 

Last, but by no means least, consulting an accredited practitioner is important throughout 2023 and beyond. 

As there has been a significant increase in the number of aesthetic clinics opening across the UK over the last few years, it’s never been more important to do your research for your own safety when looking for an aesthetic practitioner.

Be sure to check reviews to find out more information, carry out research on the aesthetic clinic itself, and ask around when you’re interested in finding an aesthetic practitioner

Lastly, you should always get a feel for the accredited practitioner themselves by looking for the practitioner’s qualifications and checking their website. You can also ask questions by booking a consultation, as this will give you a better idea of whether the practitioner is the right fit for you.

Your safety should always be the number one priority when you’re looking to make any surgical or non surgical changes.  

Aesthetic trends for 2023

It’s never been more important to do your research for your own safety when looking for an aesthetic practitioner.

After reading this article, we hope you have a better idea of aesthetic trends in 2023. 

You Can Clinic is one of the UK's leading providers of aesthetic training courses and pharmaceutical supplies. Over 1000 individuals have progressed through our affordable programmes, which provide comprehensive coverage of all relevant aesthetic procedures. Available from beginner to advanced courses.

Written by Jemima, for You Can Clinic.

Published on 12/20/2022

Updated on 01/30/2024

December 20, 2022 — Kate Jones