Ingredient Name: Vitamin E (Alpha-Tocopherol Acetate)
What is it? Vitamin E is fat-soluble vitamin and a powerful antioxidant. Food sources include green leafy vegetables (like broccoli and spinach), oils, sunflower seeds, nuts, grains, and fruits (like kiwi and mangos). We use the acetate form of vitamin E, the most stable form of vitamin E, in our products. Over the decades, vitamin E has been used to help decrease inflammation, protect against sun damage, improve the appearance of wrinkles, and support skin hydration. *
- Potent antioxidant
- Hydrates skin
*= This information has not been approved by the FDA.
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