Why You Should Introduce Niacinamide Into Your Skincare Routine

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There are many serums on the market that promise to soften your lines, wrinkles, plump up your skin and make it look youthful. Some are really good whilst others just don’t live up to their promises. Enter Niacinamide serum which has the potential to change your skin for the better.

Niacin, also known as vitamin B3 and is found in many supplements, is converted into niacinamide which helps in the manufacture of enzymes that release cellular energy and break down fats more efficiently. Your digestive system, nervous system and brain function all depend upon adequate levels of niacinamide. Read More…

Rosacea Uncovered

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Rosacea is a skin condition that causes a persistent redness on the face, in particular on the cheeks, nose and forehead. There are millions of people worldwide that are affected by rosacea and it tends to affect mostly fair-skinned people between the ages of 20 and 60 and is nearly three times more common in women. Although rosacea is a harmless condition, it often has a high impact on the quality of life.

What causes rosacea and what are the symptoms?

Small areas of blood vessels on the face that normally blush become dilated, inflamed and visible through the skin as small red lines. These dilated blood vessels tend to get larger in size over a period of time. Often these symptoms may be accompanied by papules (red bumps) and pustules (pus-filled bumps), which resemble acne hence why rosacea is often referred to as Acne Rosacea. However, there are no whiteheads or blackheads in rosacea. Read More…