Vitamin E may not be as famous as Vitamin C, however it can be called the miracle of beauty & skincare as well. The last few years, there is an extensive use of Vitamin E in a wide range of skin & body care products.
Vitamin E – or in the world of beauty a-tocopherol - is usually produced in a synthetic way but it can be also found widely in many natural products. Avocado, pumpkin & wheat germ oil are excellent sources of vitamin E for both external & internal use. In skincare, vitamin E is commonly found in an oily or cream form and more specifically in topical antioxidants or moisturizers.
SKIN BENEFITS FROM VITAMIN E
Vitamin E keeps fresh the lipids on the skin, it protects the external skin barrier intact & by this way helps to stay hydrated & eliminates free radicals. Due to its antioxidants, it can discourage sebum oxidation that prevents any possible breakout. Vitamin E also keeps skin texture soothed while protecting it from pollutants & harmful sun effects.
HOW YOU CAN USE VITAMIN E IN YOUR SKIN CARE TREATMENT
When using vitamin E in skincare products, it is only available in small/limited concentration. Using it by this way is far from opening a capsule & applying the ingredient in its pure form on your skin.
KEEP IN MIND that people with oily or acne prone skin should be careful on how they use Vitamin E. Too much quantity of it can cause acne breakouts.
BLOOMEY LOVES VITAMIN E
Bloomey do believe in the power & skin benefits of Vitamin E. For this reason, we have incorporated in a wide range of products, from face cleansers to body moisturizer.
In the above gallery you can discover some of them. Tap for details & discover more!
VITAMIN E: ECZEMA & PSORIASIS
Vitamin E can relieve dryness, itching and flaking associated with eczema or atopic dermatitis.
Study has already found that potable vitamin E supplements could improve significantly eczema symptoms. Although vitamin E oil has not been well studied in eczema treatment, it can improve the effectiveness of topical moisturizers.
Regarding to psoriasis, a study has also found that the topical use of vitamin E can help to psoriasis symptoms alleviation without any serious side effects. However, the effects of vitamin E on psoriasis are not as good as most treatments available. Vitamin E oil can be a good choice for people who want to avoid prescription drugs and who have mild psoriasis.
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