When we say the vitamin effect in skin care, we first think of the illuminating Vitamin C and the retinol cornerstone Vitamin A. Did you know that the often overlooked Vitamin E-Vitamin is just as effective? E-Vitamin, which is in the secret hero rank of the skin care department, reverses the negative effects of environmental factors and gives your skin a much younger and more vigorous appearance. In this article, you can see everything you need to know about the silent hero E-Vitamin, which is very likely to be in the care products you use daily. It’s time to bring the E-Vitamin under the spotlights!
WHAT IS E-VITAMIN?
Vitamin E-Vitamin, which is a natural antioxidant, protects your skin from free radical damage. Vitamin E, known as ‘tocopherol’ on a more technical level, refers to a family of ingredients while also representing a group of fat-soluble antioxidant umbrellas. The most common versions of Vitamin E in skin care are alpha-rocopherol and tocopherol acetate.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF E-VITAMIN FOR YOUR SKIN?
Vitamin E, which has a number of science-backed benefits when used topically, neutralizes free radicals while at the same time preventing signs of aging, such as fine lines brought about by reduced collagen. Called ‘photo-protectant’, Vitamin E supports cell healing and rewinds harmful sun rays. When combined with Vitamin C, its ability to reduce UV effects and absorption improves, Vitamin E also improves hyperpigmentation, stretch marks and scars. According to research, Vitamin E, which fights against wrinkles, traps moisture in your skin to protect its vitality.
WHICH PRODUCTS HAVE YOUR E-VITAMIN?
Vitamin E is usually produced in the form of oil or cream. At the same time, Vitamin E, which is found in serums, anti-aging creams and face masks in less concentrations, combines with Vitamin C to increase the absorption rate of the skin.
CAN EVERYONE USE YOUR E-VITAM?
Despite its many benefits, Vitamin E is not recommended for all skin types. If you have very oily, sensitive and acne-prone skin, using Vitamin E topically may increase these complaints. If you have a sensitive skin, you can choose E-Vitamin, which is generally safe to use, among moisturizers with a lighter formula.
If you are ready to include E-Vitamin in your skin care routine, you can examine the products we have chosen for you in the photo gallery.