Vitamin e and healthy heart - Vitamin e and facial scars

Facts About Vitamin E              Vitamin E, a fat soluble vitamin, also known as tocoherol is an antioxidant. This vitamin is believed to prevent damage from free radicals, a by product in regular cell activity in chemical reactions.

Facts About Vitamin E

The importance of its anti oxidative properties is relatively unclear. There is every likelihood that the presence of Vitamin E in the system bears no relevance to its anti oxidant benefits.

Vitamin E apparently has no impact on blood vessel disorders or cardiovascular disease in middle aged and older men, or, as was believed earlier, does it have any bearing on prostate cancer. More...

 

Benefits Of Topical Vitamin E Oil

Benefits Of Topical Vitamin E Oil

Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin and recognized anti oxidant. The main source is from vegetable oils, wheat germ, dairy products, milk, seeds and nuts. Vitamin E oil is used as an additive in topical skin applications. It is said to have amazing curative powers in skin ailments.

Vitamin E topical applications are used to enhance complexion, heal scars and effects of sunburn, and reduce stretch marks. It is a natural moisturizer used in dry and chapped skin and has remarkable anti-wrinkle properties. More...

 

Vitamin E And Facial Scars

Vitamin E And Facial Scars

Vitamin E is a fat soluble anti oxidant that is stored in abundance in fatty tissues. Its properties as an anti oxidant are relatively unclear but the body requires vitamin E in certain quantities. Vitamin E is available through vegetable oils, nuts, wheat germ, avocados and milk products. And, because of its ability to be stored, instances of deficiency in teenagers and adults are relatively rare.

When the skin is injured, either due to an accident, a burn, surgery or acne, scarring will occur as part of the healing process. This is due to the fact that many layers of skin are damaged or affected. In certain cases, marks are left as opposed to scars.More...