Vitamin E

Vitamin E or tocopherol to preserve your skin's healthy glow! 

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Antisterility vitamin, fertility vitamin. Its key function is to protect cells. It promotes the healing process and stimulates the production of collagen and elastin fibers while promoting good circulation.

Its antioxidant properties should not be overlooked either! Vitamin E prevents and repairs certain kinds of damage caused by prolonged exposure to the sun, stops the effect of free radicals and nourishes capillaries while helping slow aging. What's more, vitamin E softens skin.

It is found in…

  • large amounts in whole grains, particularly the germ: corn, sunflower, olive, canola, peanut and wheat germ
  • Bananas, tomatoes, carrots, almonds, hazelnuts, green vegetables, sunflower, soy
  • Vitamin E is found mainly in vegetable oils such as wheat germ oil, flax oil and sunflower oil
  • and in smaller quantities in milk, butter, liver, egg yolk and pork fat.
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