Why You Need Niacinamide In Your Skincare Regime Now

Part of the Vitamin B3 family, this powerhouse of an ingredient is quite simply one of the most effective anti-inflammatory ingredients in skincare. Excellent for soothing angry acne and any skin flare-ups, Niacinamide is also praised for its ability to minimise pores, even out the complexion, strengthen the skin barrier (it locks moisture in and keeps aggressors out) and boost collagen. If ever there was an ingredient all-rounder, this is it.

It is good for dry, dull or reactive complexions – it strengthens the cells’ barrier against pollution and other irritants, reduces redness and inflammation, can help to balance sebum production, and is used for lightening hyperpigmentation. It also encourages the production of natural emollients to keep skin supple and youthful.
Available in skincare products in a myriad of ways there is a high chance that one of the products in your regime will have it in already. It works for all skin types, even the most sensitive, and is completely compatible with all other actives. It won’t react with or counterbalance treatments such as retinol, resurfacing acids, hyaluronic acid, or antioxidants, and will only amplify their benefits as it gets to work strengthening, protecting and repairing skin under the surface. Use after cleansing and after any treatment serum, but before moisturizing, and don’t forget your SPF. Then sit back and let your skin reap the rewards.
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