Nicotinamide is a common ingredient in skin care products and has been used in creams and creams in the UK since the mid to late 20th century, mainly to whiten skin.
So, how to use nicotinamide to achieve a whitening effect?
Nicotinamide activates cyclic 3,5 nucleotide phosphodiesterase, which can stimulate the decomposition of 3, 5-cyclic adenylate of melanocyte hormone to adenine-5-monophosphate, which can reduce the precipitation of melanin and achieve a whitening effect.
Many of the skin problems we encounter daily, in fact, nicotinamide can help us solve, such as spots, dryness, dullness, and so on. The skin care products we use that contain nicotinamide are usually accompanied by some other substrate, which can promote the absorption of nicotinamide, improve the absorption effect, and better help us achieve the use effect.