Vitamin E

VITAMIN E

  • May Work in Same Antioxidant Pathway as Vitamin C and Coenzyme Q10*
  • Hydrating*
  • May Help to Reduce Future Signs of UV Damage*

WHY VITAMIN E

Vitamin E is amongst the most popular antioxidants featured in skin care formulations, and for good reason: it is not only a highly effective antioxidant, but also serves as a hydrating agent. Vitamin E is naturally produced in the sebum of the skin, and it may help skin look younger and provide some antioxidant protection.*

WHICH SKIN CARE INGREDIENTS GO TOGETHER?

We recommend:

All may help reduce the appearance of sunspots and uneven pigmentation on the skin*

RESEARCH BACKING

There are currently 589,000 studies on Vitamin E in skincare.

Nutritional skin care: health effects of micronutrients and fatty acids

Boelsma, HFJ Hendriks, L Roza – The American journal of …, 2001 – academic.oup.com
ABSTRACT. Human skin is continously exposed to internal and external influences that may
alter its conditon and functioning. As a consequence, the skin may und.

Role of vitamins in skin care

SS Shapiro, C Saliou – Nutrition, 2001 – Elsevier
… TABLE I. VITAMINS AND THEIR DERIVATIVES IN SKIN CARE. Name, Skin benefits … Vitamin
C, Antioxidant; regulates collagen synthesis (transcription and posttranslation); formation of
stratum-corneum barrier lipids; regenerates vitamin E; provides photoprotection (in …

Partners in defense, vitamin E and vitamin C

AC Chan – Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology, 1993 – NRC Research Press
… mechanism of free-radical removal, essential nutrients that can scavenge free radicals, such
as vitamins E and C … Partners in defense, vitamin E and vitamin C. Can … avons rCcemrnent identifie
l’existence de voies distinctes pour %a reg6nCration de la vitamine E oxydCe dans …

[PDF] Antioxidants used in skin care formulations

IB Allemann, L Baumann – Skin Therapy Lett, 2008 – skinsmart.co.za
… 25. Thiele JJ, Traber MG, Tsange KG, et al. In vivo exposure to ozone depletes vitamins C and
E and induces lipid peroxidation in epidermal layers of murine skin … Effectiveness of antioxidants
(vitamin C and E) with and without sunscreens as topical photoprotectants …

Vitamin E in human skin: organ-specific physiology and considerations for its use in dermatology

JJ Thiele, S Ekanayake-Mudiyanselage – Molecular aspects of medicine, 2007 – Elsevier
… Vitamin E is an essential nutrient that is receiving growing attention in the skin care
industry because of its antioxidant properties. While some antioxidants such as
glutathione or ubiquinol-10 can be synthesized by humans, levels …

Wrinkles & Fine Lines?

Retinol is a potent anti-aging ingredient, great to pair with Vitamin E. Especially in a Night Serum!

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