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A group of compounds called tocopherols and tocotrienols, Vitamin E can be found both as dietary supplements and in many beauty products. This popular nutrient:

Read more about Vitamin E

What is Vitamin E?

Though presented as a single compound, vitamin E is actually a network of compounds called tocopherols and tocotrienols. This is why some vitamin E supplement labels reveal “mixed tocopherols” – they are presenting several vitamin E compounds in one product. The tocopherols are fat-soluble vitamins that possess powerful antioxidant activity that helps support overall wellness.**

Vitamin E comes in two distinct forms: natural and synthetic. Natural d-alpha-tocopherol is extracted from food sources like sunflower seeds, almonds, and leafy green vegetables. Synthetic dl-alpha-tocopherol acetate is usually derived from petrochemical sources.

Vitamin E’s antioxidant power helps neutralize harmful free radicals that may contribute to the premature aging of cells throughout the human body.** In addition, these antioxidants work to help support overall health and wellness.** Used topically, vitamin E is popular for promoting moisturized hair, skin, and nails.

Vitamin E Products

Vitamin E is readily available in many foods and cooking oils, but most of these foods contain only trace amounts. Supplements supply much higher amounts in a variety of forms. Vitamin E supplements are most popularly presented as softgels. Vitamin E is also often presented in skin creams and serums for topical applications. Softgels can be punctured and squeezed to apply the vitamin E topically as well.

Vitamin E DIrections for Use

Always consult with your doctor before beginning any nutritional supplement regimen. Measured in International Units (IU), dosage varies depending on its intended purpose. The recommended daily allowance (RDA) for adults for vitamin E is 22.4 IU per day, while the tolerable upper intake limit has been set at 1,500 IU.