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The ordinary Niacinamide, and yes to niacinamide and hyaluronic acid

Niacinamide is the hottest new ingredient in skincare. Having a beautiful, flawless complexion is one of the many benefits of using it. Can it really be that good? We reveal everything you need to know about this miracle ingredient.


Does Niacinamide Make a Difference for Your Skin?

Take a look at the shelves of chemist warehouse  and beauty magazines across the globe and you'll see that niacinamide is the hot new ingredient. There is a wide selection of topical niacinamide on the market, including serums, creams, and highly concentrated creams. The question is, what is the source of this ingredient, how does it work, and which types of skin are likely to benefit most from it?

There's no such thing as a new emerging innovation when it comes to niacinamide. In other words, we can call it the return of an active ingredient capable of showcasing the full range of its capabilities. Since, in all honesty, niacinamide is not a very new drug. Many people are already familiar with vitamin B3, which has been used extensively as a skincare ingredient for a long time. 

The discovery of niacinamide's great cosmetic properties is a recent scientific discovery. For a long time, its benefits and wide selection of applications remained largely undiscovered by the scientific community.

Vitamin B3: Why do we need it?

Our bodies rely on vitamins to carry out vital functions. In addition to helping to strengthen the immune system, vitamins are involved in blood formation. Fortunately, our bodies can't make vitamins and have to rely on our diet to provide them. Vitamin A (for example) can be stored in the body for a longer period than other vitamins. 

Vitamin C and B vitamins are water-soluble, which means the body cannot store them. The B-vitamins supply our cells with energy and play an essential role in metabolism. It is for this reason that a B vitamin deficiency may lead to fatigue and exhaustion.

Our skin also benefits from vitamin B3 (also known as niacin). Redness and hyperpigmentation can be lessened with vitamin B3, for example, as it brightens the skin.

Did you know?

Niacin, nicotinamide, or vitamin B3 can improve skin tone. But since there are so many names, you might get confused. Basically, Nicotinamide is a molecule (chemical compound) of nicotinic acid, which is converted by the human body to niacin.

Why Is Niacinamide Good for Skin?

Among skincare products, Niacinamide is an excellent all-rounder. In particular, it has been noted for its brightening properties, promoting a more balanced and even tone of the skin as well as reducing the appearance of redness, dark spots, and dark circles under the eyes.

Furthermore, it helps to strengthen our skin barrier, as well as being anti-inflammatory and anti-acne. In addition to controlling sebum production, Niacinamide products can also prevent moisture loss. Niacinamide products are great for both dry and oily skin.

Is it appropriate to incorporate niacinamide into your skincare regimen?

Interested in finding out if niacinamide can benefit your skin? Check it out! 

  • Has your skin undergone hyperpigmentation (age spots, pigment spots, dark patches)?
  • Do you struggle with pimple marks (dark marks from inflamed pimples that remain after healing; commonly found on blemish-prone and acne-prone skin)?
  • Would you like to reduce the appearance of dark circles and shadows under your eyes?
  • Have you noticed redness, spots, or an uneven color on your skin?

Can I use niacinamide and vitamin C?

Niacinamide and vitamin C used together is very common, although you wouldn't use both of the serums at night for example. Instead I'd suggest to use our Papaya Enzyme Serum in the morning and then at night use not just the ordinary Vitamin C Serum, but the best vitamin C serum in Australia. No need for vitamin C serum Priceline, just shop online with Milagro!

Can I use niacinamide and retinol together?

While Retinol has similar benefits to Niacinamide it is a lot stronger, so if you are like me and have sensitive skin I'd recommend caution. For gentle skin care Niacinamide helps diminish the signs of aging, discoloration, and blemishes. So you get all the benefits anyway without the irritation, redness, and dry skin.

Conclusion 

Vitamin B3 is effective for treating a wide range of skin problems. One of its most notable properties is its ability to brighten skin.

Niacinamide is an easily assimilated ingredient in any daily skincare routine when used in small amounts or at low concentrations.

Experienced beauty professionals can also use it at higher concentrations. It's important to take things slowly, otherwise you might irritate yourself.

During the course of long-term use of any product containing active ingredients, you will see long-lasting and visible results.

Niacinamide and Hyaluronic acid works hand in hand as one brightens the skin other plumps and hydrates the skin.

 

Where can I buy niacinamide online instead of niacinamide chemist warehouse?

Check out our Papaya Enzyme Serum as it contains organic niacinamide perfect for sensitive skin and excellent on blemishes.

Read my blog Skin glow treatment, the best Papaya enzyme serum to learn more