Short Description: Niacinamide.
Anti-inflammatory: Soothe and calm skin prone to inflammation or redness;
Depigmenting, lightening, unifying: Fades pigmented spots by inhibiting the transfer of melanin from melanosomes at the base of the epidermis to neighboring epidermal cells (keratinocytes);
Moisturizing, protective: Helping to strengthen the skin barrier function to reduce transepidermal water loss by supporting the production of ceramides in the skin;
Firming: Stimulate the skin's natural collagen and elastin production to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve elasticity;
Sebum regulator: Balances excess sebum production, thus controlling the formation of blackheads or pimples;
Vasoconstrictor: To improve blood microcirculation.
Facial care (unifying serums, face creams, sun mists, sun creams, soothing toners, cleansing gels, eye contour serums);
Body care (body lotions/baumes);
Hair care (shampoos);
Make-up (foundations, concealers);
Hygiene (deodorants, cleansing oils).
Store at a temperature below 25°C, away from humidity.
Contra-Indications and Precautions
On the most sensitive skins, it is possible to see light rednesses and irritations. To stop the use of a care with the niacinamide if such is your case. Avoid eye contact. Iin case of contact rinse thoroughly with water.
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