Niacinamide: The Future of Dark Spot Treatment?

In years years past, hydroquinone was the standard ingredient for skin-lightening treatments.  Hydroquinone was used for hyperpigmentation, age spots, melasma, dark spots and sun damage,  Unfortunately, new research shows there may be serious hydroquinone side effects, with some research suggesting it could be a neurotoxin.

So what can be done for dark spots on the skin and dark spots on the face?  Thankfully, there is an natural, safe alternative to hydroquinone known as Niacinamide.

Niacinamide is an active form of Vitamin B3, found widely in many root vegetables.  When used topically daily, Niacinamide has proven to be an effective skin brightener, hyperpigmentation corrector, and melasma treatment.

Sano Naturals developed a Niacinamide Skin Boosting Mist which contains the active concentration necessary for lightening dark spots and hyperpigmentation.  Here’s how it works: Niacinamide blocks the transfer of melanin to the outer layers of your skin.  This reduces the formation and appearance of age spots.

Sano Naturals Niacinamide is fully immersed in aloe vera juice, and contains provitamin B5 and bilberry extract to give you skin boosting benefits all day long.

The bilberry extract in Sano Naturals Niacinamide Skin Boosting Mist helps act as a natural, safe, yet effective alpha hydroxy acid which sloughs off old, dead skin cells and reveals brighter, smoother skin with daily use.

A relative of blueberries, bilberry contains natural anti-inflammatory properties.  Recently, it has proven useful for treating hyperpigmentation due to its chemical composition, which includes botanical hydroquinone, Vitamin A and Vitamin C.

For the best topical Niacinamide Benefits for your skin, and a safe, effective alternative to hydroquinone for improving your complexion, learn more about our Niacinamide Serum Mist.
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