Niacinamide is a very popular skin care ingredient from the Vitamin B3 family and yes, it is not the same as niacin. Niacinamide and niacin are both nutrients derived from Vitamin B3 but carry out different functions for the skin. Niacinamide is a water-soluble nutrient that is very complementary to use for your skin as it would work well with the natural substances in our skin. It is an extremely effective ingredient in skincare products for treating a number of conditions, such as eczema , rosacea and promotes anti-aging. On the other hand, niacin - the simplest form of Vitamin B3 focuses on boosting the growth and development of the human body. It helps by converting food into energy, which then specifically improves circulation and reduces inflammation.
Here are some benefits of using niacinamide in your skin care routine :
Helps Individual with Extremely Dry Skin
Niacinamide also works wonders for extremely dry skin because it helps restore moisture loss and dehydration on the skin's surface
Helps with Pores
Minimizes pore appearance by keeping skin smooth and moisturized that naturally reduces the size of pores over time
Help balances oil
Niacinamide can also help regulate the amount of oil produced by our glands and help balance them with our skin condition.
Protects against sun damage.
Niacinamide helps protect the skin from the sun by rebuilding healthy skin cells while also protecting them from damage caused by ultraviolet rays.
Niacinamide concentration helps lightens dark spots. Benefits were seen This benefit may be due to increased collagen production.
Vitamin B3 is safe for all skin types and all ages especially those who suffer from inflammatory conditions like rosacea. Thus, we recommend those with acne, wrinkles and extremely dry skin to incorporate niacinamide into your skin care routine. We also think it always best to consult your dermatologist if you're experiencing irritation from using them, or you're unsure of introducing new products into your routine.