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Unlock the secrets to healthy skin with Vitamin E.

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Many people assume that it takes hours in front of the mirror, as well as expensive moisturizers and serums, to protect skin against the wear and tear of daily life. But with the help of Vitamin E, and a few alternations to your daily routine, you can transform dull skin into skin that looks healthy and nourished again.

The causes of dull skin.


We’re all born with beautiful skin, but as we grow older, environmental factors slowly affect our skin. Your skin is the largest organ in your body, making it very vulnerable to external stresses such as dust, pollution, stress, smoke, UV radiation, and greasy foods.


These external stresses cause your body to produce free radicals that attack collagen, the protein that allows your skin to stay young and beautiful. This imbalance caused by free radicals is known as oxidative stress. It damages and weakens your skin cells, which leaves your skin looking tired and worn out.

How Vitamin E brightens dull skin.



When dealing with dull skin, most people’s first instinct is to apply topical treatments. However, moisturizing alone won’t repair the root causes of the dullness as the oxidative stress is happening inside your skin at the cellular level. Hence you need a solution that works from the inside to renew your look on the outside.


Vitamin E works from the inside-out, helping to reduce oxidative stress by restoring the balance between free radicals and antioxidants in your skin. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that has long been revered for its skin-care benefits. Its anti-inflammatory properties can protect your skin from the harsh effects of the sun. And better yet, it’s a natural remedy that is simple to incorporate into any lifestyle.

Ensure Vitamin E intake every day.



One of the easiest ways to ensure sufficient Vitamin E intake is to add Vitamin E-rich foods into your diet. You can also look for Vitamin E supplementation if your daily diet doesn’t support adequate Vitamin E intake.


When it comes to fruits, avocados contain especially large amounts of Vitamin E. Mangoes, papayas, and many types of berries also contain healthy amounts of Vitamin E. Vitamin E is also present in many vegetables. Pumpkins, cucumbers, and leafy green vegetables, such as spinach and collard greens, contain Vitamin E. Nuts and seeds are also a great source of Vitamin E, including almonds, sunflower seeds, and sesame seeds.


For a full list of Vitamin E-rich foods, click here.


A healthy lifestyle that includes exercise and yoga also helps you achieve that healthy-looking skin everyone craves. And remember—consistency is key to maintaining healthy skin. Add the free-radical fighting power of Vitamin E to your daily routine, and you’ll notice the difference in no time!

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