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To protect your skin from the ravages of time and damages caused by harsh weather, incorporate vitamin E into your daily beauty routine.
We all know that our body naturally produces vitamins which contribute to keeping us healthy. Because vitamin E is an antioxidant, one of its main qualities is to prevent our cells from dying, specifically our skin cells. It also protects the epidermis from UV rays and forms a barrier against the ill effects of free radicals. Vitamin E keeps skin hydrated, supple and smooth.
A balanced diet is key to maintaining good health. That’s also true for our skin. Because vitamin E is fat-soluble, that is to say it dissolves in fats, you’ll find it in “fatty” foods. Therefore, incorporating them into your daily diet is a winning recipe.
As we age, our skin cells don’t regenerate as fast, which can lead to the appearance of folds and wrinkles. Keeping your skin moisturized is essential to maintaining healthy-looking skin. Vitamin E, often associated with aloe for its soothing properties, is an efficient way to prevent dry skin and a great way to keep it elastic and soft. On product labels, look for “tocopherol” (its other name) in the list of ingredients.
Our skin deserves the best in order to keep its youthful appearance as long as possible. Here are a few easy daily gestures to take care of your skin:
with vitamin E & aloe,
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