Welcome to another exciting episode, I hope you are having a good week? We are still on the topic of vitamins and I know you are having a blast, well today we are looking at the last fat-soluble vitamin and that is vitamin E.
Vitamin E is an antioxidant also known as tocopherol. It helps the body form red blood cells and uses vitamin K.
Vitamin E is a nutrient your body needs to support your immune system and help your cells to regenerate.
It also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that make getting enough essential to your everyday health.
Vitamin E is most commonly known for its benefits for skin health and appearance.
One can apply it topically to your face to reduce inflammation and make your skin look younger.
It is used on the face as an overnight treatment, oral supplements, spot treatment products and as masks.
We are probably already getting enough vitamin E in your diet, but adding more through healthy foods could help speed up your cell synthesis and make you feel healthier overall.
Foods that are high in vitamin E include almonds, blackberries, and avocados.
Benefits of vitamin E on the face
Using vitamin E oil for your face can help you in several ways. Keep in mind the evidence to
Dark patches on your skin can be a result of too much pigment (melanin), which is a trigger for hormones or other causes. Known as melasma, this condition is believed to be treatable through the use of topical vitamin E.
Furthermore, The most effective way to use vitamin E to treat hyperpigmentation is to pair it with vitamin C.
These benefits vary, and some of them is largely anecdotal.
Preventing ageing and wrinkles on your face
Vitamin E is high in antioxidants, and it affects blood circulation.
That might be why people notice a difference in the firmness and structure of their skin after topical use of vitamin E oil.
Vitamin E and other natural ingredients rich in antioxidants are generally accepted as a treatment for delaying wrinkles, also called photoaging.
For smooth, soft lips
Topical vitamin E oil can be used to relieve chapped, dry lips.
Since vitamin E promotes cell turnover and regeneration, using it on dry lips brings new cells to the surface faster.
The thick and oily consistency of vitamin E oil can also prevent further irritation.
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