Vitamin E Oil

Vitamin E oil is extracted from vegetable oils and is commonly used in skincare products for it’s many beneficial qualities. However, vitamin E oil is not approved by the FDA to treat or cure any conditions. Vitamin E is however recognized as safe (GRAS) and it is commonly found in both foods and dietary supplements.

Modern Uses of Vitamin E Oil For Topical Care

  • Moisturizing skin: Vitamin E is found in many moisturizers to help prevent or treat dry and flaking skin. Research supports[1] the claim that Vitamin E may alleviate the dryness, itching, and flaking associated with eczema, or atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, and help with temporary dryness.
  • Wound healing: Some research from the National Library of Medicine[2]. suggests that vitamin E supplements may promote wound healing. It is possible that topical vitamin E oil might offer similar benefits, but there is not much research on the subject. Some studies have shown Vitamin E oil can help promote the healing of scars but notably some studies have not confirmed this.[3].
  • Antioxidants, like vitamin E, neutralize free radicals by donating the missing electrons that destabilize them. Antioxidants are found in many foods and are also made in our bodies using the vitamins and minerals found in foods. Vitamin E appears to make our cells more stable in this study[4].
  • Vitamin E helps stabilize and prolong the shelf life of other oils up to 3 years. You can find more about Vitamin E uses, benefits, sources, and precautions here[5].
It’s important to note that individual responses to skin and dietary products can vary, and allergic reactions are always a possibility. Before incorporating Vitamin E oil or any new product into your routine, it’s advisable to perform a patch test and consult with a dermatologist, especially if you have sensitive skin or existing skin conditions. Scientific research on the topical application of Vitamin E oil is ongoing, and more studies may provide additional insights into its benefits.

Vitamin E oil is commonly found in:

  • Moisturizers: Vitamin E oil is often included in moisturizing creams and lotions for its hydrating and nourishing properties.
  • Skin Creams: Although “anti-aging” is a misnomer the products marketed as such often contain Vitamin E oil due to its antioxidant properties that may help slow the signs of aging.
  • Sunscreens: Vitamin E is sometimes added to sunscreens for its potential to provide protection against UV damage.
  • Scar Creams: Vitamin E oil has been found in some studies to promote scar healing3, making it a common ingredient in scar reduction creams.
  • Stretch Mark Creams: Some products designed to address stretch marks may include Vitamin E oil for its skin-conditioning benefits.
  • Lip Balms: Vitamin E is often found in lip balms to help soothe and moisturize dry or chapped lips.
  • Cleansing Oils: Some cleansing oils incorporate Vitamin E for its skin-conditioning effects during the cleansing process.

Where To Find High-Quality Essential Oil Blends With Vitamin E Oil?

You’re in the right place! You can find Vitamin E oil in Nurse’s Touch Topical CBD Oil, which is full-spectrum CBD infused in olive oil and blended with essential oils from plants used by health practitioners for thousands of years.

Research Studies involving Vitamin E Oil

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3“Of these six included studies, three reported a significant improvement in the cosmetic appearance of scars when using vitamin E” ~ source.

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Vitamin E oil, and Nurse’s Touch products, are not approved by FDA for the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of any disease.

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