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Niacinamide, which is also called nicotinamide, is one of two major forms of vitamin B3 (niacin) found in supplements (the other is nicotinic acid). It’s often touted to help manage acne, rosacea, pigmentation issues, and wrinkles. But is there any science behind those claims?
It helps protect from UV and blue light damage for beautiful and healthy looking skin. It reduces discoloration and the appearance of lines and wrinkles. Improves skin elasticity and rebalances uneven skin tone. Provides blemish-free, shine-free and refined skin appearance. NIACINAMIDE also reduces ROS(Reactive oxygen species) and carbonylated proteins levels in human skin in response to blue light irradiation.
Applications/Recommended for Skin care (Facial care, Facial cleansing, Body care, Baby care)
Immunity. Niacinamide helps build keratin, a type of protein that keeps your skin firm and healthy.
Lipid barrier. Niacinamide can help your skin grow a ceramide (lipid) barrier, which can, in turn, helps retain moisture. This is beneficial for all skin types, especially if you have eczema or mature skin.
Minimizes redness and blotchiness. Niacinamide reduces inflammation, which may help ease redness from eczema, acne, and other inflammatory skin conditions.
Minimizes pore appearance. Keeping skin smooth and moisturized may have a secondary benefit — a natural reduction in pore size over time.
Regulates oil. The benefits of moisture retention aren’t just for those with dry skin types. Niacinimide can also help regulate the amount of oil the sebaceous glands produce and prevent your glands from going into overdrive..
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