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Niacinamide and hyaluronic acid are both moisturizing compounds that help your skin retain moisture and stay hydrated. Since both are commonly available for serum formulations and are water-based, they can be safely used together. Niacinamide and hyaluronic acid have the same pH: 5.0 to 7.0. When using it together, it is best to use hyaluronic acid first because it binds to water molecules and increases the hydration of the skin. Applying niacinamide to damp skin will help your skin retain moisture for longer.
Nicotinamide is a form of vitamin B3. It is a water-soluble vitamin (8) that helps treat many skin problems such as fine lines, acne, pigmentation, sunburn, and dryness. Niacinamide is widely used because of its moisturizing properties because it can help prevent moisture loss by forming a protective barrier on the outer surface of the skin. Using 5% to 10% niacinamide serum can help you achieve hydrated and glowing skin.
Hyaluronic acid (also known as hyaluronic acid or hyaluronic acid) is a naturally occurring sugar found in the fluid around the eyes, skin, tissues, and joints, and is abundant in articular cartilage and synovial fluid (SF).
Hyaluronic acid helps keep eyes hydrated and prevent dryness. It is a powerful moisturizer that binds to water molecules and prevents water loss from the body. It can hold many times its own weight of water.
You can also use it at different times of the day. For example, hyaluronic acid is used in the morning and niacinamide is used at night before bedtime. If your T-zone (nose and forehead) is oily, you can apply niacinamide to this area to reduce oil production and hyaluronic acid to other parts of your face.