Beauty Product Review: Latisha Niacinamide Serum

Latisha Niacinamide Serum

My most recent beauty encounter in Latisha Niacinamide Vitamin B3 5% Serum could not have been more timely. After having gotten used to being pimple-free for most of my life, I found myself struggling with pimples since we traveled to the states late last year, and has continued on until now.

The culprit could be anything from hormonal fluctuation, to change of weather, or whatever else really. The only thing I am sure of is it’s wreaking such ugly havoc to my otherwise used-to-be pimple-free canvas. This is why I cannot be more thankful that I have encountered Latisha Niacinamide Serum before I am able to squeeze time to see my dermatologist.

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Niacinamide is found in vitamin B3 and is also known as nicotinic acid. It is proven to be an effective skin-restoring ingredient that offers multiple benefits for aging skin. Niacinamide also addresses other skin issues as it helps improve the appearance of enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines, dullness, and a weakened skin surface. Niacinamide can also mitigate the damage environmental attack can cause, and is stable in the presence of heat and light.

Latisha Niacinamide Serum Ingredients:

Niacinamide – is an active, water-soluble form of vitamin B3, It is one of the essential vitamins our body and skin need and aren’t able to produce themselves.

Hyaluronic Acid – a lot of interest in using hyaluronic acid to prevent the effects of aging. In fact, hyaluronic acid has been promoted as a “fountain of youth.

Glycerin – used as a moisturizer to treat or prevent dry, rough, scaly, itchy skin and minor skin irritations.

Aloe Vera Extracts – the useful parts of aloe are the gel and latex. The gel is obtained from the cells in the center of the leaf; and the latex is obtained from the cells just beneath the leaf skin.

I’m not going to get ahead of myself and conclude that this is the very best for one’s pimple issue straight away. Because the truth of the matter is, skin compatibility should always be considered. One product that can work for Jane, does not automatically mean it will also work the same way with the next girl. As for me, I was naturally drawn towards Latisha serum’s natural ingredients, and I’m glad I gave it a shot.

Latisha serum
Latisha Niacinamide Serum is not very thick when it comes to its viscosity. I pump it directly on my face to lessen the chance of wastage. Something I’ve learned to do even with toners nowadays. I can be a cheapskate like that. Lol!

I mostly pump the serum directly on my forehead, and spread away to my entire face. A single pump goes a long way. I also make sure to not neglect my neck. A smooth neck happens to go well with a well-improved facial canvas, yes?

I wasn’t kidding when I said I was pimple-faced since end of 2018 – it’s so bad I felt like puberty throwing vengeance at me for skipping this ordeal when it should’ve. Ack!

Latisha Niacinamide Serum 5 Day actual photos

I have never had to deal with pimples this bad growing up! It baffles me to this day. But I’m grateful that Latisha Serum was plenty instrumental in improving those angry cystic pimples that growl at me whenever I look at the mirror! Yikes! But boy am I thankful for good BB/CC/DD creams that have allowed for me to step out of the house without these bumps being as conspicuous. But I’d rather have a clean canvas to work with – like I used to.

Every day that the pimples tame down, I would be so thrilled. Now that I’ve seen for myself how Latisha works with pimples, I’m looking forward to sharing with you some dramatic improvements when Latisha serum is used for wrinkles. I recently had my mom try the product out, will get this post updated then! 🙂

latisha serum on sun spots

Latisha also evens out hyper-pigmentation caused by sun damage

As good as the Latisha serum has addressed my pimples, it’s hard not to notice how the sun spots on my left cheekbone have lightened a great deal. Right? I know! I was too zeroed in on my pimple bumps that I have almost missed that.

For those reasons alone – pimple issue and sun spots getting addressed, I’m totally vouching for Latisha serum.

If you have tried everything else, this is worth giving a shot. A 60 ml bottle will only take you back P750. A pump goes a long way! It’s very economical, especially because it spreads out easily. I mostly use just one pump for my entire face.

If you happen to have tried Latisha for yourself, let me know how it fares, yes? We girls love our canvas to be clean and flawless. Thanks to products that are naturally derived like Latisha, we don’t need to stuff our system with toxic chemicals to keep pimples, sun spots, and fine lines at bay.

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