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  1. niacinamide is a huge favorite,
  2. Retinols, niacinamide, and vitamin C. These also help with hyperpigmentation
  3. Niacinamide. If you don't know what the benefits of Niacinamide are, then please
  4. Niacinamide in there. So it also has some other
  5. basically, with this one, it has Kojic Acid, and it also has Niacinamide, and
  6. is something called niacinamide.
  7. So sunscreen, I think, niacinamide,
  8. like retinol, niacinamide, and peptides and these ingredients help talk with the skin,
  9. It has witch hazel, but it also has niacinamide in the top five ingredients.
  10. 10% of niacinamide and niacinamide blocks the way where melanin comes up to the
  11. And then niacinamide! I bet you have heard that you cannot combine niacinamide and ascorbic acid
  12. which has ceramides and niacinamide.
  13. It has SPF 30, ceramides, niacinamide and hyaluronic acid.
  14. It includes Madecassoside, Panthenol, and Niacinamide, which would help strengthen skin barriers and brightening.
  15. It also includes Niacinamide for brightening, which makes it handy.
  16. It also includes 2% of Niacinamide as a brightening serum and Ethyl Ascorbyl Ether as a Vitamin C derivative, so its a serum for darkened areas and freckles.
  17. whitening ingredients include niacinamide, mulberry extract and licorice extract
  18. However, it does include Niacinamide and Adenosine, so pregnant women should be cautious.
  19. For the fifth product there are actually three: the salicylic acid, the niacinamide and and azelaic acid by Ordinary,
  20. the niacinamide in the morning and the salicylic acid at night: this last is photosensitive in fact, so it's better