Using Niacinamide for Stronger Skin
Niacinamide, also called nicotinamide, is an essential nutrient called vitamin B-3. We need Niacinamide both as a dietary supplement to prevent B-3 deficiency, and as an active ingredient in skincare. Topically, niacinamide has a slew of great benefits for the health and appearance of your skin. There is no evidence that dietary B-3 will affect your skin. If you are looking for those external results, you must apply niacinamide topically.
Niacinamide strengthens the skin by helping it build keratin, and it also helps the skin rebuild its ceramide lipid barrier, which allows the skin to retain moisture more effectively. These two functions alone help improve the condition of aging and mature skin and eczema-prone skin significantly.
Anti-inflammatory functions which can regulate the redness associated with these skin conditions as well as prevent oxidative stress which leads to premature signs of aging on the face. The anti-inflammatory properties will also lead to long-term improvements in inflammatory acne. In fact, niacinamide is a well-known active ingredient for acne reduction.
Research has even suggested that niacinamide concentrations can help reduce hyperpigmentation, as well as reduce fine-lines and wrinkles. As with all the ingredients in my Doctor Milagros line, the scientifically backed combination of ingredients that I have chosen for my product line will heal your skin down to its deepest layers for a glow that comes from truly healthy skin.
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