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Origin: Synthetic or natural
Plant sources: peanuts, grains
Animals: liver, fatty fish
Skin with imperfections
History & Discovery :
**1873 : Hugo Weidel, Austrian scientist sources niacinamide from nicotine.
1937**: Conrad Elvehiem, an American biochemist, isolates niacinamide from liver.
Crude formula: C6H6N2O
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY: Decreases the inflammatory component of certain skin conditions like red pimples.
STIMULATES THE SYNTHESIS OF CERAMIDES: works to improve the skin's barrier functions and limits water evaporation.
REGULATOR: moderates melanin production.
Cosmetic indications :
Did you know?
Niacinamide is also known as vitamin B3, or vitamin PP. This ingredient shouldn't be called a vitamin as it can be synthesized by the body (especially in the liver), which other vitamins are incapable of doing. Niacinimide is indispensable to the human body and is involved in energy metabolism.
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