For our Post today, it will be a review on the Derma-E Vitamin E Skin Oil.
I have issues with my skin, I talk about it here and there on the blog all the time. I am allergic to practically all man-made chemicals, synthetic scents, I have eczema, sensitive skin and dry skin. This all combines, and makes using certain products hard. I have to read every label, and weigh in the pros and cons for every ingredient. It makes simple things like hand washing the dishes a hard task(I normally get chemical burns even from the mildest soaps). Sometimes I need something just a bit extra to help my skin heal, if problems arise. Vitamin E has always been something I have used, as oil, supplement or ointment, ever since getting my first tattoo.
Item – Derma-E – Vitamin E Skin Oil
Cost – $12.00CAD to $20.99CAD
Size – 60ml/2 fl oz
Purchase Location – Elly Boersema Health Foods – $14.95CAD
Item Facts & Other Info
I am going to combine these two this week, as there is a lot of info for this product.
This fragrance-free, hypoallergenic Vitamin E Oil deeply penetrates to renew and condition skin. With 14,000 IU of Vitamin E within a base of pure Safflower Oil, this formula helps moisturize, soothe, soften and rehydrate dry, rough skin and reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles. Natural moisturizer and antioxidant Vitamin E helps protect the skin’s fatty acids, fight free radicals, and prevent and minimize the signs of aging. Safflower oil is rich in linoleic and linolenic fatty acids, and omega-6 and omega-3 essential fatty acids. Ideal for normal to dry, or sensitive skin that may react to many other skincare products. 100% vegan, cruelty-free, paraben-free, sulfate-free, mineral oil-free, lanolin-free, gluten free, GMO-free.
Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E)
I don’t know how many times now that this product has saved me from some rather nasty scaring, due to having my various skin issues. The worst was when I worked in the food industry, and would get chemical burns from all the product we would have to use on a daily basis. From the cleaners, to the sanitizer, and even just the soap provided to keep our hands clean on the floor.
One thing people don’t want to see it scabs on your hands, so I would slap this on at home every night.
I’ve used this to help heal my Eczema too, when other things that normally work just aren’t.
This is an oil, so I don’t like to use it on exposed areas curing the daylight hours. I tend to treat those areas just before bed. It works great for anything under clothing, during the day. Better than an ointment as it lets your skin breath, even under clothing, wraps and bandages.
I’ve even used it on my cat to help with an allergic reaction she had(after I talked with my vet of course), and it worked on her skin as well.
Yes, I will, and will probably continue to in the years to come, been using it since I was 18, so it has been a good 17 year now that it has been in use by me.
This is a safe for my family product, and I am able to use it on all my kids.
As long as it is out there, this will be a staple in my household and I will always have some around.
I would wholeheartedly recommend this to anyone who has similar issues with their skin, as I do. It is worth a try, as it normally clears things up fairly fast, and it also can prevent issues from arising.