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Debunking the Myth: Vitamin C and Niacinamide, A Dynamic Duo for Your Skin

Debunking the Myth: Vitamin C and Niacinamide, A Dynamic Duo for Your Skin

Hey there, skincare enthusiasts!

Today, I want to tackle a common myth that seems to be reiterated so much - the belief that combining vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and niacinamide cancels out each other and is not good for your skin. As someone who has personally experienced the wonderful benefits of these two ingredients working harmoniously, I am here to debunk this myth once and for all.

Let's set the record straight. Countless YouTube videos, influencers, and even some brands have perpetuated the notion that using vitamin C and niacinamide together can lead to adverse effects on your skin. However, extensive research has shown that this claim is far from the truth.

Not only can you use vitamin C and niacinamide together, but their synergy can provide a multitude of benefits for your skin. Ascorbic acid, the pure form of vitamin C in Loud Skin serum, is renowned for its brightening and antioxidant properties. It helps fade dark spots, boosts collagen production, and enhances overall skin radiance.

On the other hand, niacinamide, a form of vitamin B3, is celebrated for its ability to improve skin texture, minimize pore appearance, and strengthen the skin's barrier. It also helps regulate sebum production, making it a favorite among those with oily or acne-prone skin.

Now, here comes the interesting part - when these two ingredients are used in conjunction, they actually enhance each other's efficacy. This means that your skin receives a double dose of protection against free radicals, environmental damage, and premature aging.

What's more, studies have shown that combining vitamin C and niacinamide can help address multiple skin concerns simultaneously. Whether you're struggling with hyperpigmentation, acne, fine lines, or dullness, this dynamic duo has got your back. For all dry, oily/combination or sensitive skin types, you will see a complexion that progressively becomes more radiant, smoother, more even, and noticeably younger-looking.

The original myth arose because of a study which produced nicotinic acid—the undesirable by-product of niacinamide and vitamin C—but it was produced only when niacinamide and vitamin C are combined in a high-temperature environment for a long time. This reaction is not possible in the context of skincare, so the myth that vitamin C and niacinamide cannot be used together has been unequivocally debunked. The combination of these two powerful ingredients can work wonders for your skin, providing a range of benefits such as brightening, anti-aging, and pore refinement.

The other concern about using them together is about formulating them together. Low pH is required for Vitamin C but not for Niacinamide, but niacinamide is stable at a wide range of ph. We formulated our serum to be at 4.5 pH, which works for both vitamin C and niacinamide, and is not too low which can cause skin irritation.

So, don't let the misconceptions sway you! Embrace the potent partnership of vitamin C and niacinamide, and unlock the full potential of your skincare routine. Your skin will thank you for it.

Remember, when it comes to skincare, knowledge is power. Stay informed, explore new possibilities, and let your skin thrive with the potent goodness of vitamin C and niacinamide.


Until next time,





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