Vitamin E Benefits For Skin: Get Glowing Skin(Skin के लिए विटामिन ई के फायदे) ClearSkin | (In HINDI)

Vitamin E Benefits For Skin: Get Glowing Skin(Skin के लिए विटामिन ई के फायदे) ClearSkin | (In HINDI)


Do you know that vitamin E is extremely beneficial
for your skin? And that
using vitamin E can keep your skin healthy and glowing? Do you want to know the benefits of vitamin
E and how it should be used? Then this is the right video for you. Hello, I am Dr. Dhananjay Chavan, Cosmetic
dermatologist and Hair Transplant surgeon, Clear Skin and Hair MD,
Pune. Vitamins, nutrients, minerals and trace elements
in your diet play a very important role in keeping your skin healthy. It is important to eat a healthy and balanced
diet to get the right vitamins and nutrients. It is also beneficial to consume vitamin supplements
and topical products along with your diet. Vitamin E is very useful for issues like acne,
psoriasis, premature ageing, dull, lustreless skin and dry skin. We will discuss this in today’s video. So let us see how vitamin E helps skin. Vitamin E is a fat soluble and essential nutrient
that has anti-inflammatory properties. Vitamin E is not a single vitamin. It is a group of fat soluble vitamins that
have antioxidant properties. Now let us see what are the different types
of Vitamin E. Vitamin E is naturally available in 8 different
forms. Surprised? Yes, Vitamin E is available in the form of
Alpha-, Beta-, gamma-, and delta- tocopherol,as well as Alpha-, Beta-, Gamma-,
and Delta-tocotrienol. According to the National Institute of Health,
tocopherol is a form of vitamin E that we need. A lot of people ask us if vitamin E is good
for the skin. Is vitamin E good for
glowing skin? And How to use vitamin E for skin? So let us take a look at scientific information
associated with this. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that prevents
damage that occurs due to free radicals. It removes harmful toxins from your body. It also protects your skin from harmful ultraviolet
rays and prevents skin cancer, premature ageing and photo damage. Along with this, it reduces itching skin and
eczema. But you should keep in
mind that it does not reduce itching caused by allergies or infections. It can provide temporary relief from itching
caused by dry skin. If you suffer from mild psoriasis, vitamin
E is a good option for you. It has
moisturising and healing properties that help to keep your skin healthy. It also has anti inflammatory properties that
can soothe your skin. Vitamin E nourishes your skin from within
and makes it soft. Vitamin E may also help to reduce the appearance
of your scars. It helps to
rejuvenate scars and causes them to fade. People ask us if vitamin E is helpful in preventing
fine lines, wrinkles, loose skin and early ageing. The answer is yes. Vitamin E helps to treat fine lines and wrinkles. Nowadays wrinkles are becoming more and more
visible due to photo ageing, sun damage, pollution and dry skin. Vitamin E keeps your skin hydrated and moisturised,
this reduces your wrinkles and makes your skin look youthful. Vitamin E also helps to repair skin and treat
several skin disorders. This protects you from sun damage and helps
to heal scars and burns. Vitamin E has also been helpful in wound healing. Vitamin E has also
proven to be quite effective in reducing stretch marks. Using vitamin E
regularly has helped a lot of people to improve the appearance of their
stretch marks. Vitamin E also helps to reduce dark circles. If you include gentle massages
with vitamin E in your daily skincare routine, it can help to reduce your dark
circles to some extent. Vitamin E also acts as a cleansing agent. It helps to remove impurities like
dust and debris and maintains the skin’s oil balance. Vitamin E is even good for your lips. Vitamin E hydrates and moisturises dry or
chapped lips and makes them soft. It is quite beneficial for atopic dermatitis,
fatty liver disease and Alzheimer’s disease when taken orally. Often the vitamin E levels in your skin may
reduce due to exposure to the sun or UV light. The vitamin E levels in the body will reduce
as the person ages. But don’t worry. Vitamin E is available in a lot of foods and
is available in oral supplements and topical product form. So first let us take a look at the different
foods it is available in. Vitamin E is available in a lot of different
foods. Broccoli, spinach and green
leafy vegetables have a high percentage of vitamin E. Dry fruits, sunflower seeds, vegetable oils
and safflower oils also have vitamin E.
In non vegetarian foods, eggs, fish such as salmon and other seafood are
very good sources of vitamin E. This natural vitamin E is called d-alpha-tocopherol. Vitamin E is also created synthetically. The synthetic form of vitamin E is dl-
alpha-tocopherol. Natural vitamin E is better than synthetic
vitamin E. Vitamin E is easily absorbed and it is combined
with vitamin C as well. Vitamin E is recommended to you as per your
age. The National Institute of Health recommends
15 milligrams daily to teenagers, adults and pregnant women. Vitamin E oil can be used 4 or 5 times a week. But this depends on your skin type. If your skin type is dry or combination
type, you can use vitamin E 3 times a week. If you have oily skin you can use vitamin
E oil once a week. People who have healthy food in their diet
don’t suffer from vitamin E deficiency. In certain conditions like cystic fibrosis
and Crohn’s disease, it is important to eat vitamin E supplements. Topical vitamin E has a lot of benefits for
your skin. This is available in cream and oil form. It is used in different cosmetic
products like anti-ageing creams, skin rejuvenation and skin lightening
creams, daily skincare products or night creams, eye serums, sunscreens,
and makeup products. Vitamin E is a very good moisturiser for dry
skin. But it is very thick and
does not spread easily. Vitamin E is also available in capsule form
and it can be cut open and applied directly on to the dry areas. Vitamin E oral supplements are available,
but are these safe? There is no limitation on the eating vitamin
E rich foods. This is not harmful
for you at all. But taking vitamin E supplements can be a
little risky. Vitamin E in large
doses may cause blood clots and cause brain bleeds. Vitamin E also interferes with certain medications. It reduces the
effectiveness of chemotherapy and radiation treatment. If you are pregnant,
take vitamin E supplements only under the supervision of your doctor. Oral vitamin E may be safe in infants or children. If you have had angioplasty or heart surgery
you should avoid vitamin E because it will interfere with your healing
process. Using vitamin E
if you have diabetes may increase the chances of heart
failure. An intake of vitamin E may cause blood clots
in people who have vitamin K deficiencies. Avoid using vitamin E if you have an eye condition
called retinitis pigmentosa as it may cause vision loss. If you are suffering from bleeding disorders,
do not use vitamin E supplements. If you have head or neck cancer avoid taking
vitamin E supplements. In
such cases you should have an intake of less than 400 mg vitamin E.
Vitamin E also increases the chances of developing prostate
cancer. If you are planning to get any surgery done,
stop eating or using vitamin E 2 weeks prior to the surgery. That is why you should consult with a doctor
before taking any vitamin E supplements. Don’t take any supplements without consulting
with your doctor. If you have very sensitive or oily skin you
should not use vitamin E. Vitamin E oil is not good for oily and acne-prone
skin. While this is very uncommon, vitamin E may
cause rashes, irritation, and itching in some people. Always patch test vitamin E products before
using them. You can patch test
it on your wrist, behind your ear or on the inner side of your arm. Leave it
on for 12-24 hours and if you don’t notice redness, irritation, peeling or any
other difficulty or allergic reaction, you can use that product. I hope that you got the information you were
looking for about how vitamin E is beneficial for skin from this video. If you have any other questions, you can ask
us on www.clearskin.in. This
is an educational video, so always consult a skin specialist or dermatologist
before using any product. Vitamin E is
available in many forms like capsules, creams, oils, serums,
moisturisers. It is also naturally available in your diet
like fruits, vegetables and meat. But you must keep
it in mind that you should take vitamin E supplements
only under the supervision of the doctor. Eat a healthy and balanced diet. As I said, if your diet is good, you won’t
need vitamin E supplements. Eat fresh fruits and vegetables, do regular
exercise, manage your stress and stay happy and tension free. Your skin can definitely become glowing and
healthy. All the best. Thank you.

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