Vitamin B3 (Niaciamide) in Bloo

Vitamin B3 (Niaciamide) in Bloo

What is Vitamin B3?

If you're interested in skincare, you should know about a helpful ingredient called niacinamide, or vitamin B3. It's not as famous as some other skin treatments, but it's very effective.

Niacinamide helps your skin in many ways. When you put it on your skin, it strengthens the skin's protective layer. This means your skin doesn't lose as much water and stays moisturized. Well-moisturized skin looks fuller and has fewer fine lines.

It is also good at making the skin make more proteins like keratin which make your skin stay firm and ceramides which are important for a strong skin barrier.


Niacinamide and Skin Health

Studies have shown that niacinamide can improve aging skin. It can help the skin to stay hydrated, make dark spots less visible, smooth the skin's texture, reduce redness, and lighten yellowing that happens with age. Most skin types can use niacinamide without any problems.

Niacinamide is also helpful for acne-prone skin. It can calm inflammation and help control oil production, which can lead to clearer skin.

Niacinamide works by being part of important reactions that maintain the skin's health and protect it from harmful elements.

For people with acne or rosacea, niacinamide can be particularly useful because it reduces inflammation and soothes the skin. 

With Bloo, adding niacinamide to your skincare routine is easy. It's a gentle ingredient and can be used with all the other protective and pro metabolic ingredients in Bloo's formulation to help you treat irritation, dandruff and other scalp issues.

Read more:

Nicotinamide - biologic actions of an emerging cosmetic ingredient

Topical niacinamide reduces yellowing, wrinkling, red blotchiness, and hyperpigmented spots in aging facial skin
Nicotinic acid/niacinamide and the skin


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