5 Beauty and Wellness Trends We’ll See Everywhere in 2024

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The new year is just around the corner, and with it comes new trends. Last year brought latte makeup, scalp care and blueberry nails, and we’re excited to see what’s next. Since millions of people use Yelp to seek out local beauty, health and wellness businesses, they can use their data to predict what the hottest trends will be in the coming year. The team analyzed millions of reviews for words, phrases and businesses that have seen a spike in interest. Ahead, the beauty and wellness trends we’ll see everywhere in 2024.

2024 beauty and wellness trend predictions

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Despite all of the recent innovations in hair removal, searches for waxing services have surged almost 700 percent. Yelp speculates that this could be related to a renewed interest in brow maintenance and styling.

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Cold plunge therapy

Recovery and biohacking have become huge trends as people concern themselves more and more with wellness. Cold plunge therapy has been on the rise, with celebrities showing off their at-home ice baths and spas offering cryotherapy, but it’s just as easy to do it yourself at home. Searches for cold plunge therapy have increased by 521 percent in recent years as people seek to reap the benefits of the practice like improved circulation, reduced inflammation and increased energy levels.

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Waterless pedicures

People are busy these days and want their beauty treatments to be quick and efficient, so it’s no surprise that waterless pedicures have taken off. However, there’s more to the waterless pedicure trend than efficiency. Yelp says these pedicures are said to be more hygienic, environmentally conscious and better for nail health. Searches for waterless pedicures have spiked 177 percent as compared to last year. The trend is so popular that some salons, like Glosslab, only offer waterless options.

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Infrared therapy

Infrared light is touted to boost energy levels, help the body recover from challenging workouts and improve skin health. Searches for infrared sauna therapy have jumped 40 percent in the past year.

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Stretching and reformer Pilates

Yoga was one of the most popular group exercise classes for a while, but stretching and reformer Pilates classes have recently surpassed the practice. Stretching and flexibility training have spiked by 35 percent. Reformer Pilates, a low-impact celeb-loved exercise, saw searchers rise over 70 percent year-over-year.

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