Nicotinamide (also known as niacinamide) is a form of vitamin B3 and is typically used by dermatologists as a dietary supplement. However, nicotinamide is a versatile vitamin widely used as an ingredient in topical skincare products.
Retinol is a vitamin and ingredient commonly used in many skin care regimens and products available over the counter. Here, we delve into the science and the studies behind retinol and what you should know about using retinol in your skincare routine.
Vitamin C is also one of the skin’s naturally occurring antioxidants. Unfortunately, our skin’s vitamin C content decreases with age, sun exposure, and pollution, which is why we need to add it back into our diets and skin care routines.
While avoiding intense sunlight, sun-protective clothing and sunscreens are important to prevent sun damage; oral supplements have gained popularity in their potential to help with sun protection. Learn what supplements may help your patients.
While food is one of our most powerful medicines, sometimes it needs to be supercharged by additional nutrient support in the form of supplements and vitamins.