Forgotten Trends of 2019

Forgotten Trends

It can be hard to guess why some trends go viral while others trends fade into obscurity but in 2019 just about anyone can get noticed. Social media has become the go-to place for brands and innovators looking to keep their fingers on the current trend. With this digital age well underway, sharing content and ideas online makes it easy for new trends to appear and fads to fall in the blink of an eye. As the preferences of the masses evolve, staying on trend can be challenging. Thankfully, we have the list of the top 5 Forgotten trends of 2019 to help you stay ahead. 

Plant-Based Skincare 

Organic and plant-based skincare started out as a niche market that has since expanded to reach all over the world. Market estimates show that the industry will be worth more than 25 billion dollars within the next five years alone. Not only is this a good trend if you are in the skincare or cosmetics business, but it is also good for your health and the environment. 

Elevation Masks for Training 

You may have noticed a slew of professional athletes wearing strange-looking masks recently. While training masks are not new to sports, it is an emerging trend among non-professional health enthusiasts. For less than $100 you can buy these masks to help boost your endurance while you train. These masks help the wearer to maximize their oxygen use and send more oxygen-rich blood to the respiratory muscles. 

Earth Friendly Travel 

All markets have been trending towards a steady shift of eco-friendly products and services over the last decade. When it comes to travel, the shift is more noticeable than any other niche. Global warming and climate change paired with inflation and fewer disposable incomes have led to more people choosing less wasteful ways to get around. One of the fastest-growing markets is eco-conscious travel and commuting which will only increase as the years go by. 

VR Gyms 

Obesity and diabetes are two of the most prominent health issues facing the world today. With fewer people heading outside and getting active, more, and more people are faced with health issues caused by being overweight. Though many people want to hit the gym, lack of time, energy, motivation or even embarrassment keep them from following through. With these things in mind, several new methods of exercise are being explored. Virtual reality is already a hot topic, and a few firms are taking this trend to the next level in the form of virtual gyms. You no longer will have to leave the comfort of your home to get a good, guided workout. 

Robotic Helpers 

Automation is a big topic in regular life and big business. Automation of tedious jobs such as sorting, and packing is being given to robots and many jobs in regular life are also becoming automated. One of the recent innovations that have been circulating through social media is robotic pet sitters. These robots are devices that run on an app that is controlled by your phone or computer.

The devices keep your cat or dog entertained while you are away for a short while. If you are tired of folding your clothes, there is also a robot to take care of this menial task for you. While it will not wash your clothes for you, all you must do is load it in one end and collect your folded items from the other. Pair these robots with the many other automation aids on the market and there is no end to what type of modern home you can create. 

The Bottom Line of Forgotten Trends

Lifestyle trends are a good indicator of what the public is interested in and how they are using new things and ideas to make a change in their lives. This can be as simple as a new diet or cosmetics brand, or as complex as learning a new hobby or living green. Our list is based on various surveys from the last year, tracked social behaviors, and various product research. We hope you have enjoyed the information about forgotten trends, so make sure to check back soon for more blogs on emerging trends and lifestyle upgrades.