• Acne
  • Atopic Dermatitis
  • Dry Skin
  • Dull Skin
  • Enlarged Pores
  • Fine Lines/Wrinkles
  • Hyperpigmentation (dark spots)
  • Irritated or Inflamed Skin
  • Oily Skin
  • Rosacea

Found in

The Science*

  • Draelos, Z.D., Matsubara, A. and Smiles, K. (2006). The effect of 2% niacinamide on facial sebum production. Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy (8:2), 96-101.
  • Yeşim, K. and Önder, M. (2008). An investigation of efficacy of topical niacinamide for the treatment of mild and moderate acne vulgaris. J Turk Acad Dermatol (2:4), jtad82402a.
  • Bissett, D.L., Oblong, J.E., Saud, A., Berge, C.A., Trejo, A.V. and Biedermann, K.A. (2003). Topical niacinamide provides skin aging appearance benefits while enhancing barrier function. Cosmeceuticals and Active Cosmetics. 421.
  • Hakozaki, T., Minwalla, L., Zhuang, J., Chhoa, M., Matsubara, A., Miyamoto, K., Greatens, A., Hillebrand, G.G., Bissett, D.L. and Boissy, R. E. (2002). The effect of niacinamide on reducing cutaneous pigmentation and suppression of melanosome transfer. British Journal of Dermatology (147:1) 20-31.
  • Kimball, A.B., Kaczvinsky, J.R., Li, J., Robinson, L.R., Matts, P.J., Berge, C.A., Miyamoto, K. and Bissett, D.L. (2010). Reduction in the appearance of facial hyperpigmentation after use of moisturizers with a combination of topical niacinamide and N‐acetyl glucosamine: results o
  • Skin Pharmacol Physiol 2014;27:311-315, Niacinamide – Mechanisms of Action and Its Topical Use in Dermatology
*While these studies were used to aid in the selection of ingredients for Strive’s products, we do not claim that you will receive the same benefits and results as in the studies.