What Is Niacinamide?
As mentioned, Niacinamide is one of the two major forms of Vitamin B3. Niacin, one of the compounds in Niacinamide, is a precursor to two different molecules that help your cells — including your skin cells — repair damage, multiply, and function as usual. Those molecules also help neutralize free radicals, which are unstable compounds that can cause damage to healthy skin cells. Niacinamide is often in your favorite skincare products to help reduce inflammation.
Not only does it help treat redness and irritation caused by acne and skin conditions like rosacea, psoriasis and eczema, but it also helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It's a gentle option for people who can't use more potent ingredients like Retinol, and works well in both serums and moisturizers. It is also proven to neutralize free radicals and protect skin against other environmental stressors that may cause cancer or other skin diseases.
Niacinamide also supports your skin barrier, increasing it's resiliency while improving your skin's overall texture. It's safe for all skin types as Niacinamide helps balance oil production. Depending on your skin, we recommend using this product every day in your AM and PM routine.