Vitamin E is a fat-soluble essential nutrient with anti-inflammatory properties and is perfect for all skin types. This amazing vitamin is an antioxidant which is effective at combating the effects of free radicals (such as pollution and UV) on the skin.
Vitamin E levels decrease with age and supplement intake varies based on your age. However, you can use Vitamin E topically as it absorbs into the skin, and natural vitamin E is more readily absorbed into the skin than synthetic.
So, which product is best suited to which issue?
Cream – The Vita E Natural Vitamin E Cream is a thick cream that can be used on the body or face. It is great if you have dry skin and want to neutralize the oxidants which can cause skin to age prematurely. The Vita E Cream is a non-greasy cream that hydrates and nourishes skin while improving skin elasticity. A great all-round cream to be kept next to the bed, in your handbag, or taken with you on your next road trip.
Pure Oil – The Vita E Pure Vitamin E Oil is a super concentrated oil which is designed to be used on smaller areas due to the thickness of this oil. You can use this amazing oil as a treatment or added to your normal face or body cream to boost its antioxidant effects. It is great to prevent wrinkles, as a spot treatment for particularly dry areas of skin (such as knees, elbows, and skin affected by dermatitis).
Quick Dry Oil – The Vita E Natural Vitamin E Quick Dry Oil is an all-natural, high potency vitamin E oil that is perfect for face and body use. With only 5 natural oils, it is easy to spread over large areas, and because this product absorbs into the skin quickly, you can continue with your usual routine with little delay. The mandarin oil gives a refreshing and invigorating scent while being mineral oil and preservative free.
Ointment – The Vita E Intensive Vitamin E Ointment is a thick paste which creates the perfect barrier between your skin and the elements, retaining skin moisture, yet preventing skin erosion caused by prolonged exposure to a source of moisture such as urine, stool, sweat, saliva, or mucus.