Niacinamide (EU) is the biologically active form of niacin, or vitamin B3. In George Deckner’s article, “The Benefits of Niacinamide,” he takes an in-depth look at this active that has proven benefits in personal care formulations. In this slide show, we take you through the 9 benefits of niacinamide. From improved skin barrier function to reducing hyperkeratosis, you’ll be left wondering what this important material doesn’t do.
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One Response to “Slide Show: 9 Benefits of Niacinamide”
I love formulating with Niacimidle. Thanks for bringing this to the forefront.