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#Evion Vitamin E, the First-String Defense Against All Skin Problems

Becoming mother is the most special experience of my life. I assume myself blessed that I made a life in me. Kids really change our lives, and with them, we feel complete. My motherhood trek is going really well with my son who is 3 years old now. Every day I get to see his achievements and milestones of life. And with him, I am re-living my childhood. It is because of my son, I can run, jump, swing, laugh madly and can do the silliest thing without thinking for a single time that I am a 33 years old woman.

However, to bring a soul into this world, a woman's body sacrifices so many things. Post delivery women lose a lot of vitamins and calcium from the body as baby feeds on the mother. Also as the baby starts walking, a mother has to constantly be on her toes to look after the baby, hence many moms feel tired and dispirited. I am no exception. After delivery, I realized that every other day, there was some discomfort in my body. I had severe knee ache which after tests came as a Vitamin D deficiency. With doctor's recommendation, I started taking supplements and slowly things came back to there place. I was feeling better with those iron and calcium supplements.

Howbeit, one issue that was still there, was my dull face. Due to hormonal changes, I got dark patches on my cheeks. That pigmentation is called chloasma, or melasma which automatically decreases after the birth of the baby. In my case, the pigmentation was still there even after two years of my delivery. With my pale face, those patches always made me feel low and worried. Also, my skin was suddenly so dry, especially my forehead. And all this added to my worries that were already many. No matter how much moisturizer I applied, my forehead was stale all the time.

Then, one day, a good friend recommended me Vitamin E capsules. She explained me how can I use it for applying on my face and on my stretch marks as well. So, I just burst Vitamin E capsules with a safety pin and applied it onto the face in every two-three days. Within two weeks there was a big difference on my face. My forehead was better and my face started looking glowy. Seeing the positive results, I read about Vitamin E and how beneficial it is for the human body. Vitamin E has been used in skincare for so long that it sometimes gets overlooked when we see the advertisements for newer, more exotic-sounding ingredients products.

Vitamin E oil is both a nutrient and an antioxidant. It makes the nerves stronger and helps in nourishing our skin from within.Vitamin E oil increase levels of the nutrient in the skin tissue. That's why it is very effective in curing scars and marks. Vitamin E oil in its purest form is extremely gifted. We can apply it on our skin or swallow it in a capsule. Now, with regular use, the pigmentation on the face is getting lighter day by day. Honestly, I am happy to get my healthy and radiant skin back.

Not only for skin, Vitamin E is also beneficial for hair and overall fitness of the body. Good natural source of Vitamin E are vegetable oils, nuts and nut oil seeds, egg yolk, margarine, cheese, soya beans, wheat germ, oatmeal, avocados, olives and green leafy vegetables. If we include these items in our daily diet, we can provide our body the needed and favouring Vitamin E. Other than this, there are many Vitamin E supplements are also available.

If you ask me which brand of Vitamin E capsules I took, I would say the best and easily available Evion CapsulesEvion is India's No.1 Vitamin E Brand. And it is that old and trusted that even my grandmother used it for her skin burns. Evion Supplements are up for grab from your nearby chemist shop and some departmental stores also keep them.

For more details on Vitamin E, it's need and about Evion Supplements, visit the Evion website: http://www.evion.co.in/

Based on my study, I would like to list a few uses of Vitamin E for the betterment of our skin:

1. The best moisturizer: Vitamin E oil is a magical moisturizer. It restores the lost moisture of the skin, and this is why it works best for the dry and damaged skin.

2. The best Anti-Aging substance: Just apply Vitamin E oil over wrinkles and fine lines of the face. It promotes healthy skin and reverses signs of ageing.

3. The best Dark Circle remedy: Massage gently with Vitamin E oil around the eyes for 2-3 days and see the results. You can mix it with your normal cream and then apply over face and around eyes. It improves the skin by regenerating new cells.

4. The best Sunburn treatment: Vitamin E is full of antioxidants and neutralizes the effects of free radicals caused by ultraviolet radiation, hence sooth sunburns.

5. The best Lip Balm: Nothing can beat Vitamin E oil for chapped lips. It helps in soften the dry lips and make them supple back.

6. The best Cleansing Agent: Don't need to buy those costly cleansers. Use a few drops of vitamin E oil on a cotton ball to wipe your face. It is a great way to get rid of dirt, grime and other impurities while simultaneously maintaining your skin’s oil balance.

Evitalize your skin with #Evion. This is my Vitamin E Mantra as well. 
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  1. I am not saying I have the best skin of all. I do get occasional breakouts. But considering my daily routine (driving more than one hour every day on a two-wheeler in Bangalore traffic and pollution), I can safely say that I have good skin. You can find so many DIY masks and scrubs to give your self-luxury treatment.

    Again, all this is not magical solution for skin and hair problems although we do expect magic. Everyone is different and underlying cause of problems can also be different. So please don’t expect that over night everything will change, if that was the case then no one would ever have bad skin and no one will lose hair. But having proper E should help improve the nourishment.

    Thanks for the article; its really helpful and informative.

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