Acne treatment, scars, blemish, pores, uneven skin tone and texture, oily skin => Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%
Here are 5 changes I noticed since adding Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% in my PM skin care routine in the last month
Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% by The Ordinary skincare, the brand that’s best known for catering pure formulation at a very affordable price point, making it easy for us to have our desired skincare goals on a budget!
If you are trying to treat any of these 5 then Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% is worth checking out, I mean it is so adorable, why not finally have a go at self care without a hole in your pocket!
- Acne scars fading: I am just amazed by how beautifully my old older oldest scares are fading away, especially considering my diet hasn’t been on point lately and I had been breaking out a lot before I started using Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% and had loads of scars to truly put this to test
- No breakouts: yup, you heard me! I did not breakout so far, which is a really good sigh and that if continued using it might actually do some good to my sunspots. (of which am dreading to see disappear)
- Fewer visible pores: wasn’t aware Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% would help reduce visible pores until I noticed it on me, apparently it’s one of the good things about the product
- Improvement in texture: initially it got a little out of hand, started seeing dryness/roughness here n there as though all the blackheads & dead skin was coming off. The next thing I know am feeling the softness on my skin, and I do recommend adding an extra layer of hydration when using this. As it is a treatment it can dry out your skin, so I like to pair it with Rose Hip Seed Oil OR Hyaluronic Acid
- Uneven skin tone: I think the even skin tone is an added benefit, as the blemishes fade you obviously start to see your skin tone look more even! I thought this was worth mentioning as we all have times where we wished or did things to have an even skin tone so that we could be a little more confident in going bare skin!
- Follow the directions
- Use as direct
- Do a patch test
- Gradually add it into the routine
- Don’t add more than one new product in your routine at a time