Vitamin E is an essential fat-soluble vitamin comprised of eight naturally occurring compounds. The fractions are referred to as alpha, beta, delta, epsilon, eta, gamma and zeta tocopherol, and four other substances known as tocotrienols. Although each of these compounds exhibits different biological activities, d-alpha tocopherol possesses the highest biological activity.
The potency of Vitamin E Oil is measured by its alpha tocopherol content because it is the alpha tocopherol activity that is primarily responsible for the effectiveness of the oil. Therefore, it is important to known the IU of the vitamin E Oil that you use.
Our Vitamin E 400 IU Oil is a distillate of natural Soy Oil produced from Non-GMO soybeans. It contains 400 units of d-alpha tocopherol per gram of oil, and the rest of it is unspecified amounts of the beta, delta, epsilon and other components. One international unit (IU) of vitamin E is equal to one mg of the synthetic form racemic alpha tocopherol acetate.
The utilization of Vitamin E 400 IU Oil within skin care formulations can help to support, soothe, protect and improve the appearance of delicate, sensitive, mature, scarred and problematic skin types, can help balance skin tone and can help protect the skin from oxidative stress. Vitamin E may help soothe and support burned skin and is commonly used in lotions and ointments. It is also used to help soothe and support skin burned due to radiation therapy. Within nail care applications, Vitamin E 400 IU Oil helps protect and nurture healthy cuticles and nails. Vitamin E 400 IU Oil can also help support the growth of healthy hair.
- Light Yellow to Medium Brown in Hue
- Mild, Characteristic Aroma
- Soluble in Vegetable Oil and Ethanol
- Heat Stable (Up to 200 Degrees C)
- See Spec Sheet for Fatty Acid Composition
Vitamin E 400 IU Oil is Perfectly Suited for the Following Personal Care Applications:
- Skin Care
- Hair Care
- Nail Care
- Lip Care
Recommended Usage Rate:
*Typical Shelf Life begins on the date of manufacture and is defined as the typical shelf life of an ingredient when it is stored and handled properly. The Typical Shelf Life is offered as a general guideline. It should not be considered to be an expiration date. Many ingredients are usable beyond the stated date, especially when stored and handled very carefully.