With the recent inundation of skin products on the market, some of the more natural options are sometimes overlooked. Vitamin E is a necessary part of the skin’s antioxidant defense. It is remarkably safe and can be taken in quantities as high as 3200 IU per day, more than 100 times the US RDA. Vitamin E is a necessary part of the skin’s antioxidant defenses. It has been shown to have an oxygen sparing effect on the heart, break sown blood clots and prevent more from forming and promote healing of skin with less scar tissues and protect against UV rays and free radical damage.
It should be mentioned that Vitamin e in its most natural form is called D-alpha with mixed natural tocopherols. There are synthetic versions that are cheaper and less effective so if you want the real thing, look for D-alpha tocopherol on the label.
Uses of Topical Vitamin E
You can drip Vitamin E on burnt skin by applying oil directly or splitting the Vitamin capsule open. Vitamin E is capable of healing even 3rd-degree burns. Twice daily applications are recommended and skin should be dry before applying. The burn should heal with less scarring and inflammation.
For sunburns, you can mix some 400 IU capsules with olive oil. Not only will your burn fade painlessly, but it will minimize peeling. Individuals also credit Vitamin E with hemorrhoid relief.
As A Night cream
Dab a little vitamin E oil under your eyes after you remove your makeup. Your under eye skin will be super strong. It also reduces the chance of cheek wrinkle, which is a large fold that appears when you move the cheek toward the eye. Vitamin E also safeguards the eyes from dark circles.
As An Anti-Aging Product
The anti-aging effects of natural products are generally slow, so persistence will pay off in the use of vitamin E as an anti-aging product. In the form of gamma tocotrienol , Vitamin E can reverse damage from UVB radiation and free radicals, causing reduction of brown spots.
Apply After A Shower
Absorbs in minutes for skin like a baby! Vitamin E oil usually contains coconut oil, making a dynamite duo for dry skin, but as an added bonus Vitamin E also helps your skin to produce its own oil. Vitamin E regulates the function of oil releasing glands, making it a perfect moisturizer.
Heals Any Scars
Vitamin E is known for its ability to heal injured skin tissues, You can apply it on pigmentation scars, acne scars or scars made by cuts, wounds or surgery.
Gets Rid of Dry and Dull Skin
Take the ‘gets rid of’ part literally, not only can it reduce dryness and flakiness, after regular application Vitamin E concentration may actually reach a point in which it will keep working after discontinuing use.
Smooths Tangle Free Hair No more ouch! Your days of yanking and pulling are over. Add vitamin E to a regular shampoo makes hair texture silky and smooth. In addition, Vitamin E nourishes the scalp keeping it healthy and moisturized, preventing dandruff.
There is no denying that there are some great products out there, but sometimes the best solution is the simplest. Vitamin E is harmless and easily accessible at pharmacies.