When it comes to general skin health, you may obtain some of the benefits of niacinamide from a healthy diet. Vitamin B-3 is found in eggs, cereals, green veggies, beans, fish and milk. However, there’s no way to guarantee that the nutrients in your diet are impacting your overall skin health. The only way to ensure that niacinamide is targeting your skin care concerns is to use it topically.
You can use niacinamide every day, day and night, and easily combine it with other active ingredients. Apply it after cleansing and before layering other products.
Safe to use for sensitive skin as well as during pregnancy and breastfeeding, niacinamide offers benefits for skin starting in concentrations as low as 0.2% and works best in the range of 3-7% without any side effects.
When paired with hyaluronic acid, as in our All-Day Hydration Serum, niacinamide can have a double effect as HA is known for locking in moisture and improving skin texture.