Beginners Guide To Vitamin E and What It Does For Skin

Beginners Guide To Vitamin E and What It Does For Skin

Posted by Neutriherbs Editors on

Sources of Vitamin E


If you could hire an army to defend your skin against free radicals and all the damages it has to deal with day in and day out, Then you should seriously think of an Antioxidant like Vitamin E as your skin's own War General.

Here’s where things get interesting.

According to Dr. Lauri Wright, a registered dietitian and an assistant professor of nutrition at the University of South Florida, the free radical theory of aging states that “we age because of free radical damage over time” since they can damage DNAs instructional code, causing our new cells to grow incorrectly, leading to premature signs of ageing.

Free radicals can be produced externally from many substances, including air pollutants, fried foods, alcohol, pesticides and tobacco smoke and are underlying culprits for various diseases such as Cancer and Alzheimer's.

On the other hand, Antioxidants are the natural little "soldiers" found in our body that have the tough job of cleaning up the free radical waste found in our cells. They are molecules that keep free radicals in check by preventing them causing damage. 

So Where Does Vitamin E Comes In?

Vitamin E also known as Tocopherol is a naturally occurring antioxidant found in fruits and plants like Avocado 🥑 Peanut 🥜Red pepper 🌶️ Spinach, Vegetable oil etc.

And because it has super moisturizing and healing benefits, it's so popular and often found in most skincare products - From your serums, moisturizer, eye creams etc.


Here's What Happens When You Feed Your Skin Vitamin E

✔️ Promotes faster cell turnover for soft, smooth and young skin.

✔️ Protect, restores and repairs skin barrier so it can retain water and stay hydrated longer.

✔️Contains antioxidants that help prevent skin damage caused by free radicals.

✔️It's a fat soluble ingredient which means it's able to penetrate deep into skin to keep skin moisturized and firm.

✔️ It has skin repair powers for treatment of hyperpigmentation and acne scars.

Are you sold yet? Basically, Vitamin E is an Ultimate skincare ingredient for moisturizing, protecting and anti aging benefits.

What more could your skin ask for?


← Older Post Newer Post →

Leave a comment

Understanding Skincare Ingredients

The Ultimate Guide To Vitamin C Skincare
Skincare Ingredients Vitamin C

The Ultimate Guide To Vitamin C Skincare

Neutriherbs Editors By Neutriherbs Editors

If you’re yet to incorporate vitamin C products into your skin routine, See the many reasons why you should. In this article, we’d share all...

Read more
Retinol 101: A Complete guide To Everything About Retinol
Acne Treatment Cell turnover Retinol Skincare Skincare Ingredients

Retinol 101: A Complete guide To Everything About Retinol

Neutriherbs Editors By Neutriherbs Editors

Welcome to Retinol 101, an overview of what the ingredient is and what it does. Some say retinol is an anti-aging skin care ingredient while...

Read more