According to MotherNature.com, "Over time, the collagen and elastin fibers that form the dermis break down, causing gradual drooping and sagging." To help reduce this and other signs of aging, such as wrinkles, vitamin E, a free radical-fighting antioxidant, can be used topically to prevent skin damage, reduce wrinkles or repair aged skin.
In the Bath
As we all know, wrinkles do not just appear on the face. Thus, you want to consider how you can use vitamine E oil to treat the entire body for wrinkles. According to Life123.com, adding 1/4 cup vitamin E oil, 1/4 cup olive oil, 2 drops peppermint essential oil and 3 drops eucalyptus essential oil is ideal for creating a refreshing vitamin E bath. Like this recipe, consider how you can add oils and other ingredients to create a vitamin E-based bath that makes skin supple, promotes healing and target wrinkles. Always consider natural ingredients like almond oil and jojoba oil to help complement the natural properties of vitamin E and provide additional benefits like hydration and skin repair.
Target Face Wrinkles
According to MyWomenStuff.com, vitamin E oil can be used to "lighten lines around the mouth." The biggest obstacle to applying vitamin E to the face is "stickiness." Therefore, consider a number of tricks to help reduce stickiness or discomfort during the application process. MyWomenStuff recommends warming the vitamin E oil to thin its consistency before applying, then lightly blot the vitamin E oil onto the skin with your ring finger or limit use of vitamin E oil to once or twice per week.
Treat Neck and Hand Wrinkles
Vitamin E is a great wrinkle reducer for the neck and hands. To treat these areas, cover the skin after applying the vitamin E oil for best results. For example, apply vitamin E oil to the neck then wrap your neck with a small towel or old scarf that has been warmed in a clothes dryer on a low or medium setting. For hands, consider wearing an old cotton glove or pin a towel in place over the hand. Always be aware of how long the vitamin E oil is to remain on the hands or neck. For best results, aim for overnight. Note that scarves or gloves made of cotton work best, and silk should be avoided.Tags: applying vitamin,