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Adding Vitamin E Oil To Moisturiser Instead Of Jojoba?

Hey guys I'm starting the regimen soon my order is expected to be here at the beginning of April... And I ordered it at the end of February :/

However, I didn't realise when I ordered the stuff that it was recommended that yu purchase jojoba oil with it to add to the moisturiser. Given the horrible shipping time and the fact that what I have already ordered cost me $50 I was wondering if I could use something that I already have. Vitamin e.

I've seen mixed results about vitamin e everywhere. But I know that for me, it doesn't clog my pores. It is also provides great moisture. And it seems to have helps some of my marks.

Do yu think it's safe to add this in? Will I achieve the same effects as the jojoba? Different?

Thanks a bunch

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Jojoba oil is high in vitimian E, although jojoba oil mimics the sebum on the skin, I don't think vitimian E oil would

You don't need acne.org jojoba oil specifically, as long as you get organic, and a good brand, you can get any jojoba oil.

The acne.org jojoba oil is great but no different to a good jojoba oil on store shelvs, I got mine from a shop here in England called holland & barrets, a herbal store, and the stuff is perfect, says on the bottle you can use it as a bath oil too, not mentioned on acne.org before!

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The home grown vegetables which can have Vitamin E Antioxidant are perfect to have a look at. Examples include such foods and nutrients as corn as well as asparagus. These are typically 2 of the superior types of greens which will have E Vitamin.

Vegetables oil will likely come with this vitamin. All these oils are based upon away from many popular veggies from all around the world. Included in this are this kind of greens as corn.

Some other oils that contain benefit from vitamin E normally include sunflower oil along with soy bean oils. Cotton-seed oil even offers several E Vitamin inside it. in truth, virtually any food product which is made up of each of these natural oils can have this vitamin inside it.

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These are typically all terrific ingredients that have Vitamin E Antioxidant. These foods and nutrients are fine with all types of completely different healthful expectations and kinds. It is always wonderful to check out how each of these ingredients could be used in the everyday person's food plan.

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I've used both vitamin E and jojoba oil, and there's no comparison. Vitamin E can cause breakouts, but jojoba oil? Never. I love that stuff.

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