Nicotinamide, a vitamin B derivative, is widely found in fish, meat, nuts, mushrooms, and other foods. It can be used in cosmetics, medicine, daily chemicals, and other fields.
Nicotinamide can be divided into several grades according to different uses, such as cosmetic nicotinamide, pharmaceutical nicotinamide, and industrial nicotinamide. Among the many nicotinamide products, nicotinamide is integral to most People’s Daily lives and is found in our creams, lotions, lotions, serums, and other products. I think most women like it and are familiar with it. Why is nicotinamide widely used in cosmetics? So, let’s see how it works.
Many people know that nicotinamide is from the beginning of the understanding of its whitening effect, in fact, its role is anti-aging, reducing pigmentation, antioxidant, inhibiting and reducing melanin deposition, and moisturizing skin, we believe that it is a cost-effective component in the cosmetics industry. With the maturity and improvement of the process, compared with the same functional components, the advantages in price and quality are more obvious.