The human body naturally produces hyaluronic acid, which can be found in the skin, connective tissues, and joints. It serves as a humectant, attracting water to moisturize hair and skin,...
Niacinamide serum, 30 ml
multifunctional serum with niacinamide, zinc PCA and hyaluronic acid pH 5.0-5.5, pH 5,0-5,5
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The combination of niacinamide (10%) and zinc PCA (1%) in this multi-functional serum serve multiple purposes such as acne, pigmentation, redness, and aging. Reducing transepidermal water loss and having anti-inflammatory properties are the two ways niacinamide (Vitamin B3) helps to increase skin moisture levels. Additionally, it increases the creation of significant epidermal proteins such as keratin, filaggrin, and involucrin [1-3]. Zinc PCA (L-pyrrolidone carboxylate zinc salt) has antifungal, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties that make it a perfect ingredient for conditions like acne or seborrheic dermatitis [4-6]. To reduce premature aging wrinkles, minimize skin irritations, promote wound healing, and moisturize the skin, the formula has hyaluronic acid, which has high biocompatibility with human skin . This serum is suitable for all skin types and conditions, including acne, rosacea, pigmentation, or early signs of aging, leaving the skin hydrated and clear with regular use.
- Assists in brightening and reducing pigmented spots on the skin.
- Aids in fighting acne and decreasing its occurrence.
- Helps to preserve the skin's optimal moisture level.
- Protects and sustains a robust hydrolipidic barrier for the skin.
- Enhances the texture of the skin in general.
- Alleviates skin irritation and reduces redness.
- Provides the skin with suppleness and elasticity.
- Guards against the harm caused by free radicals.
- Applicable to all skin types.
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