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Skin Care Vitamin E

Posted Sep 01 2009 9:14am
Whether to take vitamin E supplements for your health tends to be a controversial subject. What are the studies showing for topical vitamin E for your skin?

In an article published by the Department of Dermatology, Northwestern University in Chicago, it showed that experimental evidence suggests that topical vitamin E has anti-carcinogenic, photo protective, and skin barrier-stabilizing properties.

Vitamin E is powerful antioxidant and when combined with other antioxidant rich ingredients such as white tea, berries, and vitamin C, can team up to be a great anti-aging treatment for the skin.

Organic Pomegranate Antioxidant SPF 20 Facial Cream is rich in vitamin C & E, pomegranate oil, and white tea. SPF 20 protects your face from sun damage.

Organic Acai Berry Anti-Aging Eye Cream is a great source of vitamins C & E, white tea, blueberry, pomegranate, acai berry and blackberry.

Other products rich in antioxidants and vitamin E are available at http://www.headtotoeorganics.com
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