||All Skin Types
Vitamin E oil is found in many creams and lotions, most commonly in sunscreens, anti-aging moisturizers and skin brighteners. There are different ways to use vitamin E, depending on what you are hoping to treat: Wrinkles: Vitamin E oil prevents the formation of wrinkles by blocking free radical damage, boosting collagen production and by supporting new skin cell growth and speeding up cell regeneration.Brown Spots: Applying Vitamin E oil to brown spots on the skin, helps to lighten and smooth the rough skin by lubricating cell membranes and encouraging cell regeneration.Cuticles: Pure vitamin E oil is also an effective treatment for dry, cracked cuticles. Applying a few drops of vitamin E oil to nails and cuticles helps to rehydrate and smooth them as well as prevent future cracks.Dry Skin and Lips: Vitamin E oil provides the skin with necessary moisture as well as antioxidants for intense healing. However, pure vitamin E oil is not ideal as a daily moisturizer because it is so thick and sticky. An intense vitamin E oil bedtime therapy is ideal for concentrated skin healing and preservation. Mix vitamin E oil with your preferred carrier oil for smooth application and added therapy. Just as vitamin E oil can help with rough skin, it can help soften dry lips. Natural Vitamin E oil is obtained by vacuum distillation of vegetable fats derived from non-GMO soy sources and is great for preventing rancidity in cosmetics, creams, lotions, baby products, cosmetics and lots more. The Vitamin E oil from our source has been verified and tested non-GMO from crop to finished material. It is 100% dispersible in other fats and oils and stores well under any condition, but extreme heat and oxygen will lessen the shelf life.