Vitamine E - What Does It Do To Your Skin?
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We all need vitamins and minerals for our bodies to thrive. The only problem is that, in a world of fast food and high-stress levels, our bodies are being starved of these precious vitamins and minerals. This can lead to health issues and terrible skin conditions that slowly erode one’s sense of self-esteem.
This is where supplementary uses of vitamin E – taken topically or orally – come into play.
Now, let’s find out all about the amazing benefits of vitamin E for your skin.
What is Vitamin E
Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that protects our cells from damage and free radicals. It is a naturally occurring element on our skin and, in healthy people, there is a harmonious balance of oils (sebum) and vitamins that help their skin glow.
However, as we get older – and as we neglect our bodies – the amount of vitamin E which is produced in our bodies starts to slow down. Moreover, the more time spent in the sun, the more we experience UV damage that depletes these vital vitamin stores.
The Many Benefits of Vitamin E
Vitamin E can be infused into natural soaps, body butters, and lotions. It can help to moisturize your skin, soften it, and even protect it from damage caused by lifestyle choices, harmful UV rays, and exposure to seasonal elements. Essentially, you would see a reduction in redness, sensitivity, and swelling of your skin.
It’s important to pair your vitamin E regimen with a good sunscreen to ensure optimal protection from harmful UV light.
How to Use Vitamin E
Vitamin is such a versatile vitamin that it can be used in a number of ways. For your skin, you can use pure vitamin E oil as a skin rub. This is great for anyone with eczema or dry skin. It’s best to avoid this method if you already have oily skin as this indicates high levels of existing vitamin E. Here’s the good news, even as little as 0.1% of vitamin E oil can improve your skin! Try to find organic soaps, butters, balms, or lotions that contain.
If you want to up the ante on your vitamin E benefits, you can eat it! Yes, you can eat a variety of nuts, sunflower seeds, mango, spinach, kiwi, broccoli, and much more to ensure that you get the maximum benefits of vitamin E.
Have a look at my products to find a range of vitamin E-infused products. All of my products are natural and made by hand (and with love) by me.
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You hear so much about Vitamin C and D, but Vitamin E is just as important. I love putting it on my hair when it’s damp and clean, for extra moisture and protection.
So if you eat those foods with Vitamin E as you detailed, and add in the Skincare piece, that could really help your skin! Very cool.
Super informative for people like me who have dry skin issues and flakiness. Well what Vitamin E infused product is best suited for sensitive skin like mine?
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Vitamin E. It is known for its ability to protect the skin against free radicals, which can cause damage and premature aging. It also helps to strengthen the skin barrier, which can help to retain moisture and prevent dehydration.
Hello! I just want to appreciate your products. I have been using vitamin E oil for my face, but I was looking for something for my whole body. Your vitamin E-infused lotion bar helped me deal with dry skin. Thank you!
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