Niacinamide is a form of Vitamin B3 and a potent skin-restoring ingredient.

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Niacinamide acts as a skin brightening agent, increasing ceramide production for softer, smoother, and brighter skin.

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It also reduces melanin production, preventing dark spots and uneven skin tone.

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– Apply it as a water-based serum before oils and creams. – It can be applied to damp or dry skin. – Use 2 drops and follow your regular skincare routine.

How to Use Niacinamide?

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Do not combine niacinamide with ascorbic acid, salicylic acid, lactic acid, or glycolic acid.

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Niacinamide works well with retinol and is safe for all skin types

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