We can all agree that Vitamin E is good for us, but have you tried it on your skin? Well you ain’t seen nothing yet.
From a health perspective, Vitamin E is known to mirror the benefits of an antioxidant. Found in foods like almonds and avocados, it supports balance of the hormonal systems and contributes to keeping compounds like cholesterol in check to reduce signs of aging and the chance of illness. Now, who wouldn’t want that?
So what if we directed those nutrients to the epidermis? When we eat Vitamin E, our body benefits all over. But, what can Vitamin E do for your skin when topically applied?
Well, Vitamin E is an anti-aging powerhouse. By offering protection and prevention against free-radical damage, Vitamin E is able to reduce signs of aging such as wrinkles and sun-spots. Specifically, this super-vitamin can be used to treat dry skin conditions like eczema and dandruff, which connect to environmental stressors like the sun. These properties make Vitamin E the perfect ingredient for body oils and hair recipes.
At NDC Beauty, we include Vitamin E in many of our products, like our Lash & Brow Repair Serum, Stretch Mark Body Oil and Hair Mask. Overall, whether you’re supplementing on the inside or out - Vitamin E is a definite plus to our health and happiness.