The Vitamin B’s in Skin Care
The B’s know to boost firmness and elasticity giving you a youthful looking skin.
We know Vitamin B5 is known to be a natural hydrator that will increase moisture hence soothing and regenerating the skin. Generally increases skin quality and gives the skin a beautiful glow.
As a result it can make dry skin not only look better but smoother and have more elasticity. We also learn it has the ability to speed wound healing.
Vitamin B3 is also known as niacinamide. Here’s how it works…
As we get older, our skin dries out. The epidermis and dermis layers become thinner, which leads to wrinkles. Meanwhile, UV rays from the sun oxidise our cells, leaving us with age spots and pigmentation.
Niacin intervenes by promoting the turnover of new skin cells. It repairs sun damage and strengthens the skin’s moisture barrier. All of that creates younger-looking skin.
Niacin repairs DNA, preventing the effects of aging at the source. You’ll generate new, healthy skin cells that replace older cells faster. It also dilates your capillaries which increases blood flow, delivering essential oxygen and nutrients to your skin cells.
As if all that wasn’t enough, it boosts skin hydration. Niacin increases the production of ceramides – skin lipids that prevent water loss. Niacin is also known to cool inflamed skin.
When you use a product with topical niacin in it, you’ll notice your skin looking younger and more vibrant. In one study I read, 50 women aged 40 to 60 used a moisturizer with niacinamide for 12 weeks. It significantly improved fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, texture and red blotchiness.
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