Did you know that Vitamin E oil can be very good for your skin? There currently isn’t a lot of scientific research on this, though we hope they start gathering more concrete data. Before using vitamin E oil or any treatment, please consult with your physician. You have probably seen that vitamin E oil is in a lot of skin care products. This is because it seems to have such excellent results. If you experience any discomfort while using, stop use and seek medical care immediately. While your results may vary most people see the following benefits from using vitamin E oil through direct application to their skin:
Fewer Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Solid scientific evidence of this is something we could not find but the reports are so frequent they cannot be entirely ignored. Even if vitamin E oil cannot prevent wrinkles. It stands to reason that plump and well moisturized skin will at the very least appear less wrinkled.
Help Reduce or Prevent Scarring
You have heard of this one already I am sure. The problem is that hard evidence on this is also impossible to find. Once more we feel it stands to reason that skin that has been properly hydrated and moisturized is less likely to scar. There is being research done on this though, so hold hope for answers in the future!
This is one that there is plenty of evidence for. Not only that but any of us who have applied oil to our skin can undoubtedly attest to its benefits. Now different oils carry different benefits and properties. If you have dry skin, and do not react poorly to vitamin E oil then it can make an excellent moisturizer for your skin. Or you can add it to your other oils such as coconut oil to help hydrate your skin.
Relief from Dry Skin
Dry skin can become itchy, flaking, and even downright painful. Using a moisturizer regularly can help you avoid this. Vitamin E oil is often used as a regular moisturizer and can help prevent the itchiness and pain associated with dry skin. The most important thing is to find what works best for you as far as a moisturizer goes.