Now Foods, Solutions, E-Oil, 32,000 IU, 1 fl oz (30 ml)
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6 people found the following review helpful
Posted by 4946034638932427109 on Feb 13, 2014
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.
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4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2631238 on Dec 04, 2007
My lips get seasonal dry this time of year and no lip balms or creams seam to help. I applied this oil in the evening and woke up the next morning with soft lips. A great product and a fab reliever :-)
Posted by 5372019223313580508 on May 18, 2012
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.
Thick but very good
10 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Jodi-Hummingbird on Apr 23, 2010
This oil contains the form of vitamin E that is best absorbed into skin. The Vitamin E factor book says that alpha tocopherol ACETATE or SUCCINATE should be avoided with oils and creams as the body can't use them properly.
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3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2742308 on May 19, 2010
I mix E-oil to my moisturizing cream and it makes my skin extra smooth and healthy.