Skin Beauty

Vitamin E For Beautiful Skin

Vitamin E is a powerful group of oil-soluble antioxidants which protect the human cells from oxidative stress. Vitamin E is required by your body to function properly. If you do not provide your body with enough Vitamin E there are chances that you might get prone to infections, muscle weakness, and other problems, which can very much be seen through the largest organ in the body – the skin.

SOURCES OF VITAMIN E

As Vitamin E is necessary for the proper functioning of our body, we are blessed to be able to obtain it from many sources such as:  

  • Sunflower seeds and oil
  • almond and almond oil
  • hazelnut and hazelnut oil
  • Pine nuts
  • Peanuts
  • Avocado
  • Mango fruit
  • Kiwi fruit
  • Lobster
  • Crayfish, etc.

BENEFITS OF VITAMIN E FOR SKIN

Vitamin E is proved to be very fruitful for healing and protection of skin. Following are some benefits of Vitamin E for skin:

  • Vitamin E prevents skin From UV damage
  • Vitamin E is anti-inflammatory
  • Vitamin E is also known to be very good for wound and acne scar healing
  • Vitamin E is anti-ageing
  • Vitamin E hydrate San calms the skin down
  • If used under sunscreen with Vitamin C, Vitamin E can provide four times the protection then a sunscreen.
  • Protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals
  • Regenerate new skin cells
  • Lightens the dark spots or acne scars
  • Vitamin E helps to keep your skins protective barrier intact.
  • Vitamin E is known for soothing irritation caused by pollution or sun damage.
  • Vitamin E discourages Sebum oxidation to prevent blackheads.
  • Vitamin E also acts as a cleaning agent.
  • Vitamin E is known to reverse premature ageing. (This is my favorite benefit!)

Vitamin E is used in many skincare and beauty products. Vitamin E is available in the form of a serum, eye cream and moisturisers. In addition Vitamin E is also present in many supplements which fulfil the requirements of Vitamin E for your body.

Having beautiful skin as the body ages is a two-step defense process: eating healthy foods and practicing good skincare routine.

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