Vitamin E Oil Uses

Vitamin E oil is an all-star within the beauty industry. It is contained in many skin products, from lotions to bath scrubs. Hair, head or body, vitamin E is a wondrous little compound. It is an antioxidant that helps protect cells and also makes the body use other vitamins more efficiently.

Vitamin E is featured in many shampoos and conditioners as a way to promote healthy hair and scalp. Some styling products also contain the vitamin, but it's mostly found in hair cleansing and conditioning products.

Vitamin E oil can be combined with other ingredients, or used alone, as an intense moisturizer. It hydrates the skin and keeps it healthy, and thus more able to repair itself. This can help with the healing of scars, burns and stretch marks. You can rub vitamin E oil into your skin directly, soak in a bathtub with a little of the oil, use it as a massage oil or mix it into your moisturizer.

Refreshing Vitamin E Bath Oil Recipe
Ingredients You Will Need:
1/4 cup vitamin E oil
1/4 cup olive oil
2 drops peppermint essential oil
3 drops eucalyptus essential oil

Mix the Vitamin E oil, olive oil, peppermint and eucalyptus together in a small container. Mix well. Drizzle a few tablespoons of the mixture into warm bath water. Soak for at least 10 minutes to refresh your mind and hydrate your skin. Make sure to towel off well and wash the bathtub after use, since things will be a little slippery. Store the oil in a closed container, in a cool and dry place.

Vitamin E Cuticle Oil Recipe
Ingredients You Will Need:
2 tablespoons almond oil
2 tablespoons jojoba oil
2 tablespoons vitamin E oil

Mix the almond, jojoba and vitamin E oils together in a small container. Dip a finger into the mixture and rub the oil into each cuticle. Store the oil in a closed container in a cool and dry place.

Relaxing Vitamin E Massage Oil Recipe
Ingredients You Will Need:
1 cup vitamin E oil
4 drops chamomile essential oil
2 drops vanilla essential oil
2 drops rosemary essential oil

Mix the oil, chamomile, vanilla and rosemary together in a jar or bottle. Use as needed to help massage sore and tired muscles. Store in a lidded container in a dark and dry area. 

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