Definition of niacinamide
: a compound C6H6N2O of the vitamin B complex found especially as a constituent of coenzymes and used similarly to niacin —called also nicotinamide
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Best-case scenario: When a moisturizer contains ceramides and niacinamide (like the one below).
To treat skin and protect it from further damage all at once, dab on a hydroquinone-free serum with antioxidants that also even out skin tone, such as phloretin, niacinamide, or azelaic acid.
The four hero products (with super science-y names like tranexamic acid, phenylethyl resorcinol, niacinamide, and tetrapeptide-30) are major correctors that are safe for all skin types and tones.
Among the skin care ingredients to consider are glycerin, lanolin, niacinamide and beeswax.
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