Formulating with B Vitamins

Want to formulate with niacinamide (B3), panthenol (B5), pyridoxine hydrochloride (B6), biotin (B7) or folic acid (B9) but not sure the best input rates, compatibilities and stability issues? This video not only shows you how to choose the best B vitamins for your next cosmetic formulation, it also shows you the best way to incorporate each type, with the right inputs, for best efficacy results. We also show you an innovative formula concept at the end whilst ensuring compatibility, stability and efficacy of the final formulation! Happy formulating – with B vitamins – today!

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8 thoughts on “Formulating with B Vitamins

  1. Hi Belinda, you say that niacinamide is stable in pH 3.5-7.5, yet I've seen several suppliers warn not to use below pH 6. I'd like to incorporate niacinamide into a formula with a pH around 4.5 and can't seem to find a conclusive answer

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