iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $3.91 (28% off)
Posted by Reviewer1685060 on Jul 25, 2010
I've also used the 5,000 I.U. and this is alot thicker. I find this one better to use on my face, on my fine lines, than the 5,000; It doesn't get as greasy and shiny with this one.
helped heal ecezma open wounds
Posted by Reviewer1273397 on Jun 25, 2011
End user applies this vitamin E oil to his ecezma open wounds. From pinkish colour, this oil has healed the wounds to a whitish appearance. This oil has also helps to remove the scaly flakes off the wounds.
Posted by Reviewer2128093 on Sep 30, 2011
Inexpensive yet very moisturizing. Doesn't sting when applied to my chicken pox wounds.
Posted by Reviewer1965012 on Jun 11, 2012
Posted by Reviewer3132782 on Oct 09, 2012
Not quite as moisturising as anticipated.
Posted by Reviewer2033359 on Dec 20, 2011
I just recently ordered that product. Didn't have a chance to see the results yet. It says to help with wrinkles. The consistency of the oil is very viscous, it's hard to spread over. I find it easier to put a little amount of it on my palms and then pad it onto the face
Jason Vitamin E
Posted by Reviewer3299730 on Dec 29, 2011
this works well on its own or even better with a little Emu oil added. It makes the skin happy and is healing too.
Posted by Reviewer2278923 on Mar 01, 2011
Jason Natural works great on my face. I will order this product again
Nice and nourishing
Posted by Reviewer3060686 on Nov 05, 2010
Makes my skin so soft, and contains excellent, natural ingredients. Another wonderful use for this oil is if you mix your own oil-blend, you can add this one to function as a mild preservative due to its high vitamin E content. Does not disappoint- will buy again!
seems good, packaging broke after falling
Posted by KAL996 on May 09, 2009
It's hard to use it straight out of bottle/too thick, but I heard great things about adding it to lotions and E is a natural preservative if mixing your own lotions or oils, etc... My bottle fell on the floor and I didn't notice the crack and placed it back on the shelf in the bathroom, then noticed how sticky my shelf was... by then (days) I lost about a third of the oil. It is tricky now transferring it to another container, so I keep it in a plastic bag