Niacinamide, also known as vitamin B3 or nicotinamide, is the go-to ingredient, especially if you are interested in a healthy complexion. Trust me; your skin will thank you. Like vitamin C, niacinamide is a powerful vitamin that belongs in the superstar category. And here's why. Niacinamide is NOT only a proven solution for aging skin, but it's a strong antioxidant, cell-communicating ingredient, and a natural moisturizer capable of solving many of your skin's ill wills. In other words, the versatility of this vitamin is second to none, and it works phenomenally for all skin types, including sensitive types.
Niacinamide stands out because it's water soluble and possesses capabilities of adjusting to the skin's natural composition. In simpler terms, this superstar vitamin can:
- Tell damaged skin cells how to repair themselves and how to behave in the future
- Brighten dull complexions
- Minimize fine lines and most of all, strengthen the skin's outer surface.
Why Use Niacinamide
Well, why not? The results of this vitamin are proven and when it comes to healthy skin, this B vitamin works on your behalf to mitigate environmental damage and fight dehydration.
Where to Find Niacinamide
Using topical products with niacinamide is a great way of adding this beneficial vitamin to your daily regimen. It's often found in serums like our Rapid Bright Ultra-brightening Serum, creams, and lotions and works great when combined with other vitamin-rich ingredients. Keep in mind that while niacinamide is a stellar part of a balanced routine, it takes a cocktail of beneficial ingredients to keep skin looking its best.
For optimal results, apply in the morning before applying sunscreen and at night after cleansing, toning, and exfoliating skin. Niacinamide works beautifully around the eyes!
So go ahead, don't wait too long to reap the beneficial rewards of niacinamide. The sooner you begin, the quicker sun spots will fade, crow's feet will diminish, and a brighter, more youthful complexion will surface.
Cheers to healthy and happy skin!
K.D. Gates \ celsaderm.com
P.S. Lotion, Cream, Gel, Serum or Liquid? Which one should you use? Find out here!