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Bio: Niacinamide - what is it Niacinamide, or vitamin B3, is a component of the same class as vitamin C or retinol - its versatile and very effective effect has been confirmed by numerous scientific studies. Nevertheless, it is still not very popular in cosmetics and it is difficult to find products based on it in ordinary drugstores. Meanwhile, its regular use can solve a whole range of common skin problems: from blemishes to discoloration to wrinkles. Niacinamide dissolves in water, perfectly penetrates the top layer of the epidermis and does not have any irritating properties. Thanks to this, it works great as an active ingredient of light, quickly absorbing creams or cheeses that we can use every day. See also: Laser scar removal - how does this treatment work Niacinamide - effect Scientific studies have shown that the regular use of vitamin B3 at a concentration of 2 percent for 6 weeks. clearly reduces oily skin. Less sebum leads to fewer blemishes, blackheads and blackheads. In addition, niacinamide narrows enlarged pores, has antibacterial properties and reduces inflammation. All this happens without drying out and irritating the skin. For us, it sounds like a description of the perfect anti-acne substance. Niacinamide for wrinkles Niacinamide is a valuable ingredient in rejuvenating cosmetics. First of all, it stimulates the production of collagen, the protein responsible for skin firmness and elasticity. As a result, fine wrinkles are smoothed and the complexion is visibly smoothed. To obtain such effects, it should be used at a concentration of 5 percent. for at least 12 weeks. Secondly, vitamin B3 stimulates the production of ceramides, i.e. elements that protect the deeper layers of the skin against moisture loss and external factors. The amount of this vitamin in the skin decreases with age, so it is worth supplying it from the outside. Hydrated skin ages more slowly and appears more "plump" and supple. Third, niacinamide is an antioxidant, i.e. a substance that fights free radicals that fuel cell aging. Niacinamide for discoloration Niacinamide brightens both acne and sun-related discoloration. Due to the fact that it reduces the production of melanin caused by UV radiation or damage to the skin after blemishes, it also prevents the formation of new marks. In addition, it stimulates skin regeneration and supports the action of other brightening and color-balancing substances. Niacinamide - Serum Since niacinamide is very soluble in water, it works great as an ingredient in watery cheeses for day use or under cream. A product that enjoys a great reputation among Internet users is the serum from The Ordinary brand - Niacinamide 10% Zinc 1%. In this case, the anti-acne effect of vitamin B3 is supplemented by zinc, which additionally accelerates the healing of wounds and pimples. You can find suggestions of other noteworthy cheeses with niacinamide in our gallery → Cream with vitamin B3 Cream with vitamin B3 should be of interest to all owners of oily and acne-prone skin. Due to its anti-aging properties, it is perfect for acne in adults. In our opinion, it is worth trying, for example, from the Bandi brand, a light cream that narrows enlarged pores. You can find similar products in our gallery →
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