Vitamin E- the beauty nutrient

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Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin that is well known for its health benefits in the human body. It is a potential antioxidant that fights against free radicals, preventing the human body from several harmful diseases such as cancer. Though it is required in very minute levels by the body, it plays several vital roles such as preventing organs from damage, enhancing tissue repair and prevention of free radicals.


Its antioxidant properties are the key reason behind vitamin E being employed as an ingredient in several products such as oil, as it increases the shelf life of oil by preventing oxidation. It is also the key nutrient that has evoked an interest among cosmetic industries, as its antioxidant properties improves skin health to a great extent. Vitamin E enhances skin health by preventing ageing, promoting the synthesis of new cells, and also preventing cellular damage caused by free radicals in the body. Since it aids in the new cell proliferation and replacement of dead cells, it slows down the process of ageing. It also has effects in preventing and treating the skin that's exposed to cigarette smoke, pollution, UV radiation and sun burns. It strengthens the capillary walls of the skin and enables the skin to retain its moisture, thereby allowing it to remain soft.


Addition of vitamin E into cosmetic products has an advantage of using a natural nutrient. Lately, consumers have started seeking solutions for their physiological requirements through food. Hence, vitamin E is being added to functional foods and beverages in combination with other nutrients that enhance beauty. These functional foods are formulated in a way to address the beauty needs of clients, enhancing beauty from within.


It is always good to eat foods that are rich in natural antioxidants such as vitamin E, as it improves skin health and also prevents several health problems such as organ damage, tissue repair and cancers.

DISCLAIMER : This article is not based on real time studies.