Just make sure you're not allergic, but if you use the niacin
in a low dose regimen, it should help, and also helps heal past sundamage and increase ceramide production. Look at NIA24, for
pharmacalogical info, it's <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>niacin</span>
that's being marketed at a beauty drug
/cosmetic additive. Anyways, try low doses of niacin
, turmeric, green tea, healthy foods, any kind of antioxidants you can get, bromelin, (pineapple too!) and some collagen supplements to help aid in repairing the skin.