Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant that is essential for the maintenance of a healthy top layer of skin while also penetrating through all underlying layers.  Vitamin E prevents damage in the skin induced by free radicals.

Vitamin E acts as your skin’s own battalion against pollution, stress, smoke and other environmental stressors. It helps to neutralize the effect of free radicals and acts as an effective anti-oxidant. It helps to maintain skin moisture and plays an effective role in controlling the development of early aging signs. Vitamin E gets easily absorbed in the skin and acts as a perfect moisturizer to prevent skin drying and wrinkles formation.


When Vitamin E is topically applied, it can moisturize and soothe dry, flaky skin and may help to relieve the burning and itchiness resulting from a sunburn. For best results, add sunscreen protection to your skin and avoid direct exposure from the sun.


Research does suggest that well-moisturized skin is less likely to scar. Therefore, for those who do not have an allergic reaction to Vitamin E, using it as a moisturizer while the wound heals may offer some benefits.


Vitamin E may help to prevent or minimize wrinkles when applied to the skin daily.

Dry skin

Dry skin looks more wrinkled than moisturized skin. The powerful compounds of Vitamin E may help the skin look more youthful, less wrinkled, create more glowing and healthier-looking skin.

Sagging under eyes

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that may be effective at reducing damage and helping delay sagging bags under the eyes. It can be applied topically to the skin, to nourish and protect the skin, making things such as wrinkles, fine lines, sagging, expression lines, and laughing lines less visible.


Vitamin E helps to remove acne and prevent acne scars. The oil neutralizes the free radicals that damage the skin and lead to acne. Vitamin E can easily be absorbed into the skin and accelerate the process of healing acne.

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