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Ingredient Spotlight: Niacinamide
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Clinical research supports the skin-enhancing benefits of Niacinamide for most skin conditions – acne, dryness, loss of elasticity, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, rosacea, textural irregularities and enlarged pores. A derivative of vitamin B3, topical Niacinamide delivers the co-enzymes necessary for cellular energy production, which naturally declines with the aging process, as well as delivering antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and melanin-suppressing benefits. Don’t take my word on the matter, review the studies and decide for yourself. Acne: Niacinamide Gel (4%) outperformed a topical antibiotic by 14% in improving moderate acne. Rosacea: 77% of the participants treated with a metabolite of Niacinamide (1-methylnicotinamide) achieved improvement of Rosacea, a condition...