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Using Niacinamide + Alpha Arbutin + Vitamin C + AHA + Salicylic Acid in skincare routine

Layering different ingredients can be a tough task if we aren’t sure what ingredient works well with what ingredient and what is the best time to use them. Keep reading if you want to know how to incorporate Niacinamide + Vitamin C +AHA +Salicylic Acid in your morning and night skincare routine.

Morning Skincare Routine:

Step 1- Cleanse your face with a gentle face wash.

Step 2- Apply 2-3 drops of NIACINAMIDE + ALPHA ARBUTIN SERUM (can be used every day) covering the entire face. Let it absorb.

Step 3- Apply VITAMIN C SERUM (can be used every day)

Step 4- Follow with moisturizer and sunscreen.

Evening Skincare Routine:

Step 1- Cleanse your face with a gentle cleanser.

Step 2- Apply 4-5 drops of AHA + BHA SERUM covering the entire face and leave for 10 minutes. Wash it off with water (once or twice weekly)

Step 3- Apply HYALURONIC ACID SERUM covering the entire face.

Step 4- Follow with moisturizer.

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Hydrating Serum: 2% hyaluronic acid + 1% nicotinamide.

Hyaluronic acid with 3-molecular weights hydrates all layers of the skin, while niacinamide soothes and keeps skin oil-free. It’s a one-of-a-kind solution that hydrates and moisturizes your skin from the inside out without leaving your skin oily.

Brightening Serum : 10% Niacinamide + 0.3% Alpha Arbutin

Niacinamide and Alpha Arbutin are a unique combination that enhances skin texture, evens out skin tone, and combats hyperpigmentation, tanning, and freckles. By inhibiting melanosome transfer, 10% Niacinamide in a skin lightening serum can aid to reduce hyperpigmentation, dark patches, and freckles. By decreasing melanin production and protecting the skin from UV radiation, 0.3 percent Alpha Arbutin in combination reduces tan and brightens the skin.

Clearing Serum : 2 % Alpha Arbutin + 5 % Niacinamide

Niacinamide (5%) inhibits melanosome transfer, which lowers hyperpigmentation, dark patches, and freckles. Niacinamide and Alpha Arbutin, a rare and unique combination, act by preventing melanin formation, which helps to fade blemishes, scars, and hyperpigmentation.By reducing melanin formation and protecting the skin from UV radiation, 2% Alpha Arbutin in combination acts on tans and brightens the skin.

Brightening Moisturizer

This moisturising formula is made up of 5% Niacinamide and 1% Kojic Acid. Niacinamide, Kojic acid, and Vitamin C are radiance-boosting ingredients that work together to give skin a healthy glow.This cushiony niacinamide cream gel moisturizer can be used as a stand-alone brightening product or in conjunction with other serums for maximum efficacy.

Vitamin C Serum: 10% Vitamin C + 0.5 % Ferulic Acid

Vitamin C and Ferulic acid work synergistically to decrease tyrosinase expression, resulting in a brightening effect. Vitamin C and ferulic acid have anti-inflammatory qualities that help to remove pigmentation and PIH, as well as being necessary for collagen production.

Pore Control Serum: 2% Salicylic Acid + 3% Niacinamide  

The unusual combination of salicylic acid and niacinamide effectively cures pores, blackheads, and whiteheads. By eliminating debris, sebum, and dead cells, this pore cleansing and oil control duo effectively exfoliates pores and reduces oil production.

Exfoliating Serum:18% AHA and 2% BHA (Salicylic Acid)

A must-have exfoliating serum that contains 5 types of acids (AHAs and BHAs) to exfoliate all layers of your skin and leave you with an even tone and silky texture. It contains propylene glycol, which hydrates and nourishes the skin while preventing discomfort.


Question: Can I use niacinamide with alpha arbutin and vitamin C?

In both the AM and PM routines, you can combine niacinamide with alpha arbutin in this order. Some people believe that combining vitamin C and niacinamide in a skincare programme is unhelpful.

Question: How to use niacinamide and alpha arbutin together?

Apply alpha arbutin serum first, patting it into the skin and waiting a few minutes for it to permeate if hyperpigmentation, melasma, or dark patches are your main concerns. Now you can apply the niacinamide and let it dry.

Question: Can you use alpha arbutin with niacinamide and hyaluronic acid?

Yes, Arbutin is a fantastic component to incorporate into your skincare regimen. Alpha arbutin and niacinamide are an excellent skin-perfecting pair. Both are water-based and are frequently made to feel light on the skin. Arbutin and hyaluronic acid are both powerful ingredients, but when used combined, you’ll get two times better-looking, moisturized skin. 

Question: Can alpha arbutin be used with AHA BHA?

Direct acids like AHAs and BHAs exfoliate the skin at the cellular level, removing hyperpigmented areas and blotches. By combining these acids with alpha arbutin, you can improve the ingredient’s absorption and get the most out of it.

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