Does Niacinamide Actually Work To Fade Pigmentation?

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The seasonal fad of beauty supplements and skin products promising glowing, radiant and younger skin is tiring nowadays. Its no wonder that people have gone to exceeding lengths to subject their skin to needles, surgeries, and ointments all in pursuit of a panache youthful appeal. Many of which not only leave them at a loss for their money but also dull, gloomy and older than before.

Such is life. But don’t get tired just yet. There is a new ‘miracle’ ingredient known as niacinamide that dermatologists have irrefutable proof of its natural, and dependable ability to care for your skin and fade pigmentations.

Beauty editors know about it and if you follow keenly, I am sure you have heard the craze concerning its benefits. Read through, to know what is niacinamide, its benefits, usage and many more.

What is Niacinamide? What does it do?

Niacinamide is an essential form of Vitamin B3 nutrient, also called nicotinamide.

It is water soluble and helps in converting carbohydrates in glucose (lowering bad cholesterol levels) thus improving your body’s metabolism and removing harmful toxins from the liver. It also produces stress-related hormones and sex hormones.

Deficiency of Vitamin B3 in the body can lead to malfunction of body cells, dementia, pellagra, kidney failures among others. It is therefore important to supplement your diet with enough vitamin B3 nutrients to prevent B3 deficiencies.

What are the Benefits Of Niacinamide to the Skin?

Niacinamide has a proven anti-aging and skin repairing property versatile for all your skincare needs and concerns. Your skin will love you for using niacinamide products because of the following benefits.

It builds up keratin levels and grows a ceramide or lipid barrier in the skin. This boosts moisture retention capacity of the skin beneficial in keeping dry skins healthy, firm, and moisturized. This is for people suffering from eczema, and mature skins.

A moisturized skin has the ability to regulates the production of oils by the sebaceous gland thanks to niacinamide. Thus it prevents loss of moisture from the skin and overheating of the glands as well.

Consequently, this boosts the skins ability to rejuvenate its cells while protecting itself from harmful ultraviolet rays from the sun while naturally reversing the damages of the sun to the skin such as wrinkles and fine lines.

The ‘maverick’ ingredient has antibacterial properties as well that reduce inflammation and redness of the skin. It is used to treat skin irritation, acne, skin blotchiness, eczema, and other inflammatory diseases that affect the skin. It also boosts collagen production that treats hyperpigmentation and naturally reduces the visibility of skin pores when applied over time.

How to use niacinamide

The beauty of niacinamide is that it can be used alongside other skin ingredients like antioxidants, retinol, hyaluronic acids among others. Since Niacinamide is an ingredient on its own, for better results using a cocktail approach will help you experience its optimal ‘magical’ properties.

Applying it twice before your day and night cream gives your skin more niacinamide for a maximum benefit of its use. It may also entail adding it to your daily moisturizing on a daily routine depending on your needs and see what works best for you.

What are you waiting for, add niacinamide to your skincare routine, It works for all skin types with a majority reporting, moisturized, hydrated, younger-looking skins…

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One thought on “Does Niacinamide Actually Work To Fade Pigmentation?”

  1. Hello,
    I have sun spots/age spot pigmentation all over my face, will Niacinamide work on those? If so, what dose? And is it in oil form?

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