Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) Powder can help eliminate the formation of dark spots and uneven skin tone, as well as reducing redness, irritation and dryness. It is also regulates oil production and reduces pore size which make it a perfect ingredient for acne prone skin. Niacinamide is known to reduce the appearance of fine lines and oxidative stress on the skin. Mix up to 1 tube into 4 oz of your favorite base cream or water-based formula or check out one of our Skin Actives brand products containing Niacinamide Vitamin B3 topical powder such as Clarifying Cream, Antioxidant Serum, or T Zone Serum.
How to use it
Beginner: Add up to 1 tube to 4 oz of your favorite base cream or water-based formula.
Advanced: This ingredient is recommended for use at up to 5% in formulations. This ingredient is readily water-soluble and can be used in creams or water-based products, but it is not recommended for use in oils. We recommend adding this ingredient during the cool down phase of a formulation. Final product pH should be 5-7.5 for best results.
Niacinamide is contraindicated for people affected by Parkinson's Disease. Store product in a cool, dry place for best results.
Products with this ingredient:
Clarifying Cream, Antioxidant Serum, Brow and Lash Serum, Collagen Serum, Enzymatic Exfoliation Powder, Firming Serum, Gray Hair Serum, Hair Care Serum, Nail Care Serum, Pore Refreshing Mask, Revitalizing Nutrient Cream, Skin Brightening Cream, T-Zone Serum, UV Repair Cream, Vitamin A Cream, Anti-Aging Cream, Ultimate De-Puff Eye Serum
Bissett, Donald L.; Oblong, John E.; Berge, Cynthia A. Niacinamide: a B vitamin that improves aging facial skin appearance Dermatologic Surgery (2005), 31: 860-865.
Namazi, Mohammad R. Nicotinamide in dermatology : a capsule summary. International Journal of Dermatology (2007), 46: 1229-1231.
For Topical Use Only, Not Intended for Consumption.
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