WHAT IS IT
Vitamin B is comprised of 8 microelements, but the two most beneficial types for the skin are Niacinamide (also known as B3) and Panthenol (also known as B5).
Panthenol works by binding to water and holding it against the skin, making skin soft and moisturised. It acts as a humectant and emollient, meaning not only does it bind and hold water to the skin, it also helps to seal cracks in the skin, repairing the skin's barrier and supporting the wound healing process. Panthenol also helps to soothe inflammation and irritation.
All eight B vitamins are essential for almost every process inside the body. These B group vitamins are crucial for cell growth, development and healthy bodily function.