12 Absolutely Mind-Blowing Facts About Vitamin E

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  If you have ever walked through the beauty product aisle, you have probably seen all the creams, lotions, and shampoos that contain vitamin E. There is good reason for this, as vitamin E is one of the most amazing vitamins for the skin. Did you know, however, that vitamin E also has some amazing capabilities beyond skin and hair repair?

Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin filled with powerful antioxidants that work as an immune system strengthener, regulates blood sugar, prevents stroke, is good for your heart, and can even offer protection from certain types of cancer.

Vitamin C and D tend to get a great deal of attention, and vitamin E? Not so much. But once you learn all the mind-blowing things that vitamin E has to offer, you will be looking at this little vitamin in a whole new light.

Find out what vitamin E has in store for you! Keep reading! You won’t believe what we found!


1.  Perfect For Chapped Lips

A day in the great outdoors is great exercise and soothing for the mind, but it can also wreak havoc on your lips! Vitamin E oil is perfect for those dry, chapped lips. This natural moisturizer makes them soft, smooth, and supple again, as well as letting them heal naturally. Vitamin E beats any petroleum base lip gloss for soft, shiny lips! Simply pierce a vitamin E capsule and squeeze it to extract the liquid. Rub this on your lips as needed to keep them kissably soft and to prevent dryness. Many people like to add a few drops of vitamin E oil to one tablespoon of honey, and use this mixture regularly for the softest, tastiest lips ever!


2. Fades Scars

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that accelerates the healing of damaged skin and can prevent scars from becoming prominent. Vitamin E is super moisturizing and will not only help to heal damaged tissue, but it will also keep the area soft and smooth. Rub pure vitamin E oil on the affected area and massage in well twice per day for best results.


3. Super Protection From Toxins

If you have some lifestyle risk factors that increase your risk of health problems, such as smoking, air pollution, or high sun exposure, then vitamin E is absolutely for you! Many health problems are due to free radicals in the body, which damage our DNA, and even cause damage right down to a cellular level. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that seeks out and kills free radicals, offering you some super protection from those environmental toxins we face every day.

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4. Makes Hair Grow Faster

Everyone wants beautiful, silky hair! The powerful antioxidant compounds in this vitamin can help to repair damaged hair follicles and prevent the corrosion of tissue in the scalp. This will encourage hair to grow in thick and healthy. Vitamin E is also super moisturizing, so it will deeply condition the hair, and even prevents premature graying of the hair! You can mix the contents from two vitamin E capsule in two tablespoon of warm olive oil and massage this into your hair about 30 minutes before your morning shower. Repeat twice a week for best results. You can also add a tablespoon of vitamin E oil to eight ounces of shampoo or condition, and use this daily. Read more how to make hair grow.


5. Fights Wrinkles

This is the perfect oil to use to fight wrinkles, fine lines, and the signs of premature aging. Vitamin E can even reverse damage from environmental toxins and solar radiation. Vitamin E stimulates the production of collagen, which keeps your skin more flexible and elastic, meaning fewer lines and less sagging. You can rub vitamin E oil directly on the skin each evening before bed time. Be sure to eat plenty of foods rich in vitamin E as well.


6. Super Hand Softener

No one wants to be embarrassed by rough, dry, scaly-looking hands! Vitamin E can help you with this! This vitamin will prevent dry skin and even stop the skin on the back of your hands from sagging, making you appear older than you are. You can mix some vitamin E oil in with your favorite lotion or cream. You can also break open a capsule and rub it all over your hands, massaging it in well for at least five minutes, each night before bed.

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7. Strengthen Your Nails

If you have thin, brittle nails that break off easily, you will want to try this! For longer, stronger, healthier-looking nails, try some vitamin E. This super moisturizing oil will keep your nails well-hydrated, preventing those annoying hangnails, and it is the perfect solution for nails that tend to crack or split. Add the oil from two or three vitamin E capsules in a small bowl with a bit of olive oil or coconut oil. Mix well, and then soak your nails for five to 10 minutes twice each week. Beautiful nails, here we come!


8. Treats Dermatitis

If you have dermatitis, then you already know that this inflammation of the skin can cause some really annoying symptoms, such as swelling and redness, but it’s the pain and itching, sometimes even burning feelings that are the most problematic. Vitamin E to the rescue! Not only will this oil help to heal your skin quickly, it can offer relief from that pain and itching! Gently rub some vitamin E oil over the affected area each night before going to bed. Repeat every night until your symptoms improve.


9. Stops Those Split Ends

If your hair tends to get split ends due to blow dryers, hair coloring, curling irons, or straightening irons, then give vitamin E a try. This oil can actually repair damage that happens to your hair. This deeply conditioning oil will also give your hair beautiful shine, leaving it looking glossy and silky smooth. Mix equal amounts of coconut oil, olive oil, and vitamin E oil. Apply this to the ends of your hair about 30 minutes before you shampoo. Do this three times each week for best results.

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10. Longer Cell Life

No, we aren’t talking about your cell phone or the battery here. If you have ever seen rust on a car or on a bicycle then you understand something about how the process called oxidation works. In the same way that rust will accelerate the aging and breakdown of a piece of metal, when your cells are exposed to free radicals, these molecules weaken and break down your healthy cells, contributing to everything from premature aging of the skin to heart disease, even cancer. You can’t avoid free radical damage entirely, as free radicals are a natural byproduct of the body. However, you can limit the damage that free radicals cause, which tends to shorten the life of the cells in your body. If you want to slow down the aging process, vitamin E is for you. Who doesn’t want that?


11. Ease Stretch Marks

If you have stretch marks from gaining or losing weight, or from a pregnancy, vitamin E can go a long way towards minimizing these scars. With its powerful antioxidant compounds that stimulate the body to make new skin cells, it also protects the collagen fibers in your skin from the damage that free radicals cause. This will also encourage skin elasticity to prevent new stretch marks. Mix the oil from five or six vitamin E capsules with an equal amount of organic lemon juice. Massage this oil onto the affected areas for five minutes and allow it to work for another 30 minutes before washing it off. Do this daily and you should see improvement in about eight weeks.


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12. Helps with Hyperpigmentation

If you have hyperpigmentation of the skin that causes uneven color or dark patches, you will definitely want to try vitamin E. This powerful antioxidant can actually reverse the damage that is caused by the UV rays from the sun and even out your skin tone. Try mixing one teaspoon of castor oil with the contents of two vitamin E capsules. Rub this solution on the affected areas each night before bed. Repeat every evening, and you should see results in about four weeks.

Don’t worry about consuming or using too much vitamin E on your skin. It is almost impossible to overdose on this vitamin.  Get your vitamin E on by eating more of the following foods:

  • Tomatoes
  • Sunflower seeds
  • Mangos
  • Hazelnuts
  • Kiwi fruit
  • Peanuts
  • Broccoli
  • Almonds
  • Spinach

Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin, so if you take a supplement, be sure to take it with meal that has some fat to help your body absorb it better.

Please note: If you are taking prescription medications, especially anticoagulants, you MUST consult with your doctor before consuming vitamin E supplements.