What should you not mix with hyaluronic acid?
Mix: Retinol and hyaluronic acid “Retinol is known to cause irritation to the skin, especially when a proper moisturizing regimen is not put in place,” warns Dr..
What can you not mix with niacinamide?
Don’t Mix: Niacinamide and vitamin C. Although they’re both antioxidants, vitamin C is one ingredient that’s not compatible with niacinamide. “Both are very common antioxidants used in a variety of skincare products, but they should not be used one right after the other,” says Dr. Marchbein.
How many drops of the ordinary niacinamide should I use?
Before using it, you should clean and tone the skin and then spread 3 or 4 drops of product all over the face, massaging gently with the fingertips to make sure it is well absorbed. Then you just have to apply the moisturizer (and sunscreen, if it’s a morning routine) and that’s it.
Do I use niacinamide before or after hyaluronic acid?
How to Layer Niacinamide and Hyaluronic Acid? Start by applying hyaluronic acid on your cleansed face to replenish your skin with plenty of hydration first, and then follow up with niacinamide to regulate excess sebum production. Lastly, lock these active ingredients in with your favorite moisturizer.
What ordinary products should not be mixed?
Glycolic Acid, Lactic Acid, Mandelic Acid, and Salicylic Acid: avoid mixing with other acids, EUK 134, Copper Peptides, and 100% L Ascorbic Acid. Acid and Vitamin C can really sting and burn your skin. All of the hydrators and oils really play well with other products, no contradictions at all.