Vitamin E - Great For Protection & Sun Damaged Skin

Wow! Can it really be Thursday already? Yet another weekend is almost upon us. I have so much more to share about the role vitamins and other nutrients play in keeping your skin beautiful and healthy.

Yesterday, I spent a good deal of time talking about the healthy benefits of the B vitamins. In keeping with the fact we are talking right now about vitamins that affect the look of the skin, we are going to take a quick look at vitamin E today.

Vitamin E

Scientific studies show that this potent antioxidant helps reduce the harmful effects of the sun on the skin, just as vitamin C does.

The studies also show that taking as little as 400 units of vitamin E daily reduces the risk of sun damage to skin cells, as well as reduces the production of pre and cancer-causing cells.

Some studies show that when vitamins E and A are taken together, people show a 70% reduction in basal cell carcinoma, a common form of skin cancer. It is important to note here that this is taking these vitamins internally.

According to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), vitamin E has also been shown to help reduce wrinkles and make your skin look and feel smoother.

Please be aware that some recent research warns that large doses of vitamin E can be harmful. Stay with 400 international units per day or less to be on the safe side, when it comes to dosages.

Used in a cream, lotion, or serum form, vitamin E can soothe dry, rough skin. When combined with vitamin C in a lotion, it's highly protective against sun damage, says the AAD.

I will be discussing more about vitamins and how they can and do play an important role in the health of your skin. I always like to give everyone more access to information that you can use today so visit the next link below to get step-by-step information on how to keep your skin healthy, clear, and youthful looking!

http://www.ginaleskincare.com

Wishing you a healthy and joyous day,

Chris Gibson
The Hardest Working Guy In Skin Care

"Inspiring Healthy Choices For Better Living."

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