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- Skin Restoration
Condition: Skin in need of rejuvenation.
Solution: Natural E-Oil helps to moisture the skin and keep skin looking healthy.
Add Natural E-Oil to your favorite personal care products. For topical use, gently massage a few drops into the skin, paying close attention to dry, cracked or scarred skin.
Tocopherol (natural vitamin E oil) (soy) (non-GMO) and organic olea europaea (olive) oil (extra virgin).
In the actual product's ingredient list, the vitamin E is named Tocopherol (100% natural Vitamin E oil) (soy) while in the description here it says d-alpha-tocopherol. It's also a concern if the soy used is GMO.
I really like it. High concentration, which I wanted. But this is easily spreadable. I need it for a large area where i was radiated/have mastectomy scars, so I mix it with Now Foods, 100% Natural Coconut Oil - working really well. Note that it is already cut with olive oil, I am assuming that it is still high concentrate. Dropper works, I guess, to get it out of the bottle, but the dropper is coated in it, so it's still messy. Good prince.
A good lesson!
Posted by 5162690405072799045 on Dec 01, 2016
I used that for about a few days and then my lips became so dry... Then I did some research and found that natural Vitamin E contains altogether 8 isomers: Alpha-tocopherol, beta-tocopherol, gamma-tocopherol, delta-tocopherol, alpha-tocotrienol, betaw-tocotrienol, gamma-tocotrienol, and delta-tocotrienol. This product contains ONLY one of the eight isomers, which is alpha-tocopherol. To me, only one of the isomers does not equal to having all 8 of them, and thus is not convincing to call it Vitamin E oil! This product should be called one isomer element from vitamin E oil! Some studies indicated that long term usage of only 1 isomer could instigate negative effect on body. Furthermore, this isomer is derived from soy! It is better to avoid any kind of soy even those that are organic and non GMO. Lastly, I am grateful for this product. Without buying this and having a negative reaction to it, I wouldn't have any knowledge on vitamin E. Thank you NOW FOODS!
Posted by 5280615812874896036 on Jun 23, 2015
This is difficult to use, as its too greasy to wear during the day. I applied it to the eye area,and it turned red and wrinkled. For the rest of the face, apart from making the skin softer (which almost any cream would do) it has no regenerative properties, as I had expected it to have.
Posted by 5562511433851077383 on Dec 13, 2014
Posted by 5692193436911071939 on May 27, 2014
Posted by Reviewer3064184 on Feb 26, 2014
got to put on shingles scars, YUK, its mostly olive oil,& made me break out with deep under the scars, pimples.(or cystic acne. )Its been going down using 4 hr. clearasil, and alpha hydroxy acid, I have oily, mature skin, it wasnt good for me, I tossed. and its in plastic, also.. all round yuk. oils shouldnt be kept in plastic.