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The Amazing Benefits of Vitamin E for Skin

Updated on September 24, 2014

Vitamin E oil is extraordinarily resourceful; it makes the skin heal quickly, enhances the quality and texture of the skin and is an active constituent in a range of skin-care products. It is a powerful antioxidant which helps decelerate the process of aging significantly.



Vitamin E for a Beautiful and Flawless Skin

Vitamin E to Get Rid Of Wrinkles: Reduce Wrinkles with Vitamin E

The development of wrinkles is inescapable; nonetheless, you can holdup and halt the premature occurrence of fine lines and wrinkles by regularly taking care of your skin on a daily basis. Free radical damage, inadequate sleep and rest, dietary deficiencies, paying scant attention to your skin, inappropriate skin care, smoking, too much consumption of alcohol, and consuming large amounts of processed foods, causes huge damage to the skin, consequently, accelerating the process of aging.

Vitamin E oil successfully prevents the arrival of ugly wrinkles by battling free radical damage. It eliminates wrinkles under the eyes (crow feet) and around the neck (jowls). Vitamin E boosts the synthesis of collagen, which keeps the skin soft, supple and youthful. It encourages cellular growth and cell regeneration noticeably.

Confer with your doctor and you could embark upon vitamin E supplementation. However, do consult your health care professional regarding the dosage. Excellent food sources of the vitamin are: walnuts, sesame seeds, cashews, flax seeds, sunflower seeds and safflower seeds. Alongside, applying the oil over the skin will yield quicker and more effective results.


Vitamin E is an Anti-Aging Vitamin

Vitamin E provides your skin with a generous dose of antioxidants. A rigorous vitamin E treatment, predominantly at night, is best for skin care, skin regeneration, and skin protection. Blend together 5 drops of wheat germ oil, 5 drops avocado oil and 5 drops of pure vitamin E oil; and massage the face and neck. Leave overnight or at least for 2 hours. Rinse, and pat dry. Follow this ritual daily; it will take about a week for the results to become evident.


Vitamin E Helps Decrease Scars and Discolorations on the Skin

Scar tissue tends to form because of burns, wounds, or surgeries. Vitamin E oil helps heal scars efficiently. It promotes rapid healing without development of scar tissue. Age spots and skin discoloration occur with a progression of the age, due to impaired liver functioning and free radical damage. Vitamin E oil makes the skin soft and smooth, lightens the skin and supports cell re-building.


Vitamin E is an Excellent Cuticle Oil

Dry, cracked, and damaged cuticles can be easily and effectively treated with vitamin E oil application. Vitamin E nourishes the cuticles and nails and prevents breakage. Massage vitamin E oil in to the nails and cuticles and keep overnight. The nails will appear stronger and healthier.



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