Mekis 100% Pure Vitamin E Oil-For Glowing Skin, Strong Hair & Nails
So, what is vitamin E and what makes it a magic ingredient?
The chemical term for vitamin E is alpha-tocopherol.
It is a fat-soluble vitamin that acts as a powerful antioxidant, protecting cell membranes from the damage inflicted by free radicals in the environment.
Here are some of the benefits you will get after using Mekis Vitamin E.
Skin Protectant that Fights Free Radicals
As an antioxidant, vitamin E is known to help fight free radicals.
Studies have shown that when used topically, it can also act as a protectant against skin damage due to sun exposure.
You can look for a natural, chemical-free sunscreen that contains antioxidants like vitamin E and C.
If you do end up getting too much sun, is vitamin E oil good for a sunburn?
Products like vitamin E oil, vitamin E cream, or vitamin E ointments can help to aid a sunburnâs healing process.
It improves dry skin.
In general, vitamin E oil is rich and thick and loved by many for its ability to improve dry, flaky skin. It helps prevent and soothe chapped skin.
It may help scars, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and treat eczema.
Is vitamin E oil good for acne scars? One of many uses for vitamin E oil is for scars, including acne scars. Not only does it address scars, it helps to combat discoloration or conditions such as "sun spots". Vitamin E Benefits for the Skin
Lightens Dark Spots
One of the damages done by free radicals is hyperpigmentation of affected zones, which show up as dark spots.
To treat these, mix this vitamin E with our extra virgin olive oil, and apply it to the dark areas and spots once a day.
Continue the treatment for a while, and you will see the dark lines and spots lighten noticeably.
As A Cleaning Agent
Vitamin E, being oil-based, is a heavy emollient, making it easier to deep-cleanse surface dirt and impurities, as well as maintain its oil balance.
Take some drops of the vitamin E oil in your hand or on a clean cotton ball and gently wipe your face to cleanse it.
It repairs dry fingernails.
Rubbing a few drops of vitamin E in the oil form on the dried cuticles and fingernails is a wonderful moisturizing and healing treatment for dry, cracked cuticles and nails.
helps in the fading of stretch marks.
Stretch marks are white striped marks that appear due to overstretching of the skin, making the skin lose its elasticity and suppleness.
It is a fairly common side effect of pregnancy and major weight gain.
Regular application and gentle massaging of vitamin E oil on the stretch marks restores elasticity and lightens visible stretch marks.
Soothes cold sores
Cold sores and chapped lips are caused by over-dry skin, leading to painful eruptions or sores. Simply apply directly on the sore. It will provide immediate relief.
Also, rub it into your lips as a lip moisturizer. It would protect your lips from further sores.
Hair Vitamin E Benefits for Hair
As a hair stimulant
The foundation for healthy hair is a healthy scalp.
Scalp health is determined by a number of factors, such as pH levels, oil production, blood circulation to the scalp, and follicle health.
When your scalp becomes dry, the sebaceous glands start over-performing, making your scalp more oily than necessary.
The excess oil clogs hair follicles, causes itching, dandruff, and hair fall.
Mekis Vitamin E helps by providing moisture and soothing the oil glands, rebalancing the various elements, ensuring that the scalp is revived and hair grows out healthy and strong.
Helps with Hair Growth
A feature of antioxidants is that they improve blood circulation in the body, and the scalp.
Thus, enhanced blood circulation conditions the hair strands from root to shaft.
Moreover, vitamin E also repairs dry and damaged hair follicles, promoting the growth of healthy hair.
All one needs to do is break one or two capsules of vitamin E in some warm olive oil or coconut oil, massage the mixture into the scalp and hair, and let it rest for an hour.
For best results, rinse with warm water.
Prevents Premature Gray Hair
Gray hair is a byproduct of decaying hair tissues.
The powerful antioxidants in vitamin E prevent tissue disintegration, and reduce the chances of premature graying.
The simple chore of oiling your hair on a regular basis can work wonders to deep condition your hair and keep your hair tissues strong.
Mends Split Ends
Who doesnât enjoy being pampered with beautifully colored, blow-dried, and styled hair!
The side-effect is, of course, undesirable split ends.
Itâs easy to simultaneously pamper your scalp and hair with deep oil conditioning massages that help to repair hair cuticles, and mend split ends.
Take equal measures of olive oil, coconut oil, vitamin E oil, and any other oil you have-like hemp oil-mix them together and use for massage with hot oil in order to nourish the scalp. Gently rub it into split ends in to seal them, and prevent further splits.
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