Vital E for your skin : Vitamin E / Tocopherol Acetate
The most important nutrients that our body needs after carbohydrates, fats, and proteins are probably vitamins. They provide us immense benefits- protection, growth, repair and restore. There are multiple reasons why we should always fulfill our intake daily.
Among all the vitamins there is one that does wonders to our skin and body. That vitamin is Tocopherol Acetate which also generally called Vitamin E.
What is Vitamin E?
Tocopherol Acetate is easily available in our food like Nuts, Wheat Germ Oil, Corn Oil, and Soybean Oil. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin that is crucial for our immunity to stay stable and strong against the attack of bacteria and viruses.
Apart from that, this nutrient is also important for the formation of red blood cells in our body. High deficiency of Vitamin E can cause our muscles and nerves to weaken which can lead to loss of control over body movements. That is why we must fulfill our daily intake of Vitamin E (15mg/day). The strength and potential of Vitamin E are measured in International Units (IU), higher IU means the Vitamin E sample is more potent and powerful with higher efficacy.
Why use Tocopherol Acetate in skincare?
Tocopherol Acetate, more commonly known as Vitamin E, contains antioxidant properties. It reduces oxidative stress on our skin keeping it healthy & damage-free. It is also a great moisturizer with amazing soothing and healing properties.
With these properties, Vitamin E helps in reducing early signs of skin aging. It also relieves skin itching, helps to prevent scarring, and fades older scars. Its antioxidant properties neutralize damage-causing free radicals and repair what damage has been caused already. It also prevents free radical production due to harmful UV rays. So in a way, it protects our skin from photoaging as well.
Bee Elite Essentials has used clinical-grade 45,000 IU Vitamin E in their products to give fast and effective results. Its products help to reduce scars, decrease fine lines and wrinkles by plumping the skin up and protect the skin from the harmful effects of free radicals and UV rays.
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