Vitamin E is will known for the part it plays in promoting healthy skin when taken as a supplement, but did you know you could use it in skincare too? …read moreSee less
Our range of skincare products with added vitamin E is ideal for those who want to give their skin a little extra boost.
If you have dry skin, vitamin E could be just what you need to lock in moisture for softer, smoother skin.
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What are the benefits of vitamin E for the skin?
Vitamin E promotes many moisturising, healing and anti-inflammatory benefits, making it a soothing solution for areas of dryness.
Like vitamin C, vitamin E is an antioxidant and fights off dangerous free radicals lingering on the skin which are the result of environmental stressors, like sun exposure and pollution.
What skincare products include vitamin E?
Vitamin E is an hydrating antioxidant, meaning it can reduce the amount of harmful free radicals on the skin caused by sun damage and pollution.
You can find vitamin E in cleansers, serums, moisturisers and face masks, but it’s more suitable for people with dry or mature skin - if you’ve got sensitive, oily or acne-prone skin, products containing vitamin E might not be suitable for you.
What should a skincare routine include?
A skincare routine should include a number of factors to include that ensure that your skin is cleansed and hydrated.
If you suffer from dry skin, using harsh soaps that contain fragrances and other irritants can dry out the skin, so it would be more beneficial to use a soap-free cleanser or a soap alternative.
Moisturising is important for all skin types, as it prevents the skin from becoming dehydrated and helps to support and strengthen our skin's natural protective barrier.
How do I know if I have sensitive skin?
Sensitive skin is a common problem which usually means your skin is easily irritated by products or environmental factors.
You may notice redness, dryness and your skin may develop a bumpy rash when it’s exposed to a trigger.
Your skin might also be more prone to breakouts and sunburn compared to people without sensitive skin.