iHerb Customer Reviews
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Excellent Natural E
Posted by 4984163340875233311 on Oct 21, 2012
I want a natural, mixed-tocopherol vitamin E, but I am allergic to just about all of them on the market. I tried this product because it appears to be based on safflower rather than soy, and it worked! I am thrilled to have found this!
I love this product
Posted by Reviewer2188044 on Dec 31, 2010
I have tried other vitamin E supplements and I always go back to this one. It is really great.
helps with endometriosis
Posted by Reviewer1543514 on Aug 14, 2014
taking vitamin E along with primrose oil for about 8 months the level of CA-125 has been reduced to normal levels. I feel no pain during my period anymore. Just amazing!!
Posted by Reviewer2678635 on Feb 24, 2012
I take this as additional anti-oxidant against inflammation. I have confidence in it, I'm free so far of inflammation problems.
Posted by 5701566124505731143 on Nov 28, 2012
I've tried less expensive vit E but this one seems to make a difference with the prescribed does whereas others I tend to take more before I feel the effects.
Been using it for 2 weeks
Posted by 5580026704145519430 on Sep 29, 2013
Odourless, and for 400 IU, pricing is pretty worth it. Been using it with Bilberry, pycnogel and collagen. I'd say it kinda works for me in terms of skin.
Posted by Reviewer1612446 on Mar 25, 2015
This is just a good basic vitamin E. I take it and give it to my dog. Keeps her coat nice and shiny.
excellent vitamin e
Posted by 5750072976562277046 on Aug 07, 2014
helped me a lot with my skin and my nails, i take vitamin E almost 10 years and i love this brand, i think is one of the best
solgar, vitamin e 400iu, 100 softgels (sol-03541)
Posted by Reviewer3206535 on Feb 26, 2015
good product at a good price
Large amounts of supplemental vitamin e are not healthy
Posted by Reviewer2348567 on Oct 05, 2014
Be careful taking something that contains such a large amount of vitamin e (this product contains 13x the recommended daily amount)! Recent studies have shown that supplemental vitamin e is either of no use or is actually harmful. Much safer to get vitamin e from food.