Welcome to the world of Good Skin!
Formulated specially to boost the good health of your skin, this serum keeps the bad guys (acne and damage causing bacteria) out and keeps the good guys (good bacteria) growing. The combination of 3% Niacinamide and Phyto Probiotics as a team, defends symptoms like premature ageing, redness, sensitivity, breakouts and excessive oil.
Niacinamide, or vitamin B3 is a water-soluble vitamin that works wonders for the skin. It's basically the Swiss Army knife of the skincare world. Seriously, it does SOOO much!
It encourages collagen production. It also helps to produce important proteins such as keratin, filaggrin and involucrin. A lack of these proteins can lead to sagging of the skin, wrinkles and loss of elasticity.
Secondly, niacinamide has skin brightening properties. This is because it suppresses melanin (natural skin pigments that cause darker colour) from melanocytes (skin cells that produce melanin). As a result, these pigments don't easily reach the top layer of the skin to create dark spots.
Did you know, Niacinamide also does an amazing job at strengthening your skin barrier? It helps your skin to synthesize free fatty acids, cholesterol and ceramides, which are all components that make up your skin barrier.
And lastly, niacinamide regulates sebum production, reduces the appearance of enlarged pores and has anti-inflammatory properties. It can also help with smoothing the skin and speeding up epidermal cell growth.
The result? Healthier and stronger skin!
In vivo tests confirm that daily use of niacinamide for 8 weeks can significantly lighten hyperpigmentation of the skin.
What do Probiotics do?
Just like your intestinal health, your skin also needs probiotics to help balance the good and the bad bacteria. This perfect balance gives you healthy evened out skin, keeping acne and inflammation at bay.
For those who have acne-prone skin, using probiotics topically creates an optimal environment for the good bacteria, swinging the balance in your favor against acne causing bacteria.