Vitamin E is rightfully considered one of the most important beauty vitamins. It is not a single organic molecule; Vitamin E is a group of lipid-soluble compounds consisting of two major groups, tocopherols, and tocotrienols, with four types in each (alpha, beta, gamma, and delta).
Oxidative stress caused by UV radiation, free radicals, peroxides, and so on plays a significant role in the skin aging process. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that defends skin from oxidative stress and premature aging. These fat-soluble vitamins naturally occurring in many foods (e.g., walnut), and essential oils leave important photoprotective and anti-photoaging effects on the skin cell, preserving lipid barrier, original beauty, and health.