Vitamin E has several benefits for your skin such as:
- Vitamin E treats skin pigmentation: Vitamin E helps in treating skin pigmentation, thanks to the presence of anti-oxidants. It also protects skin damage and prevents scars from becoming permanent.
- Vitamin E keeps skin hydrated: Vitamin E helps maintain skin moisture, playing an important role in fighting skin sagging.
- Vitamin E fights wrinkles: You can use vitamin E to fight wrinkles and delay the signs of aging. Vitamin E boosts collagen production that adds elasticity to your skin, and prevents signs of wrinkles and fine lines.
- Vitamin E protects the skin from sunlight: Thanks to its anti-oxidants, Vitamin E helps protect the skin from ultraviolet rays.
How to use vitaminE on the skin
Using vitamin E on the skin is based on applying the oil extracted from it. You can get vitamin E oil by buying this vitamin capsule, opening it and extracting liquid from it. You will also find vitamin E oil in form of preparations that are based only on it.
Can VitaminE be applied to all skin types?
Applying vitamin E directly to the skin is not suitable for all skin types, as it is not appropriate for some of them:
Vitamin E is not suitable for oily skin
It is preferable for those with oily skin to stay away from applying vitamin E to the skin directly, as it may cause clogged pores, acne and worsen this problem.
Vitamin E is not suitable for sensitive skin
In addition to those with oily skin, it is recommended that women with sensitive skin also stay away from applying vitamin E directly to the skin as it may lead to redness. But in return, you can confirm whether you will face any allergy due to its use by placing a little on an invisible area of the skin, for example behind the ear, and wait 48 hours to see whether you will experience any allergies or not. In the event of no reaction, the application of Vitamin E may be safe to use.
Consult your dermatologist at Ram Clinics to know your skin type before using Vitamin E.