Supplement brand’s vitamin E cream to protect against dry skin

Aesthetic doctor Dr Aren Yong doing a skin analysis on a customer at a Blackmores event.

HARSH environments and nutrient deficiencies can make our skin dry.

To protect our skin, health supplement brand Blackmores has its Natural Vitamin E Cream skincare product that moisturises dry skin, nourishes and soothes skin, and prevents moisture loss.

The product contains a source of natural vitamin E together with lanolin, avocado oil, apricot kernel oil and vitamin A. It has no artificial colours or fragrances.

“Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant naturally present in healthy skin. Applying vitamin E to the skin surface provides additional protection as it functions as a skin conditioner and protects skin cells from environmental damage,” said Blackmores naturopath Jeannie Kwa,

“Lanolin has a very similar function to our skin’s natural sebum.

“Both lanolin and sebum form a protective waterproof barrier on the skin and keeps it from becoming dry and cracked,” added Kwa.

The Natural Vitamin E Cream has been part of the Blackmores range of products for almost 40 years.

“Blackmores started formulating skincare products in the 1970s, including vitamin E cream,” said Kwa.

“We knew consumers were looking for alternatives to skin creams that had chemicals as the foundation, so the brief was to make a high-quality nourishing skincare cream based on natural ingredients.

“The base of our product had to be natural, so avocado and apricot kernel oil were chosen with a special mixed tocopherol vitamin E blend,” she said.

Blackmores Natural Vitamin E Cream is available exclusively at all Watsons Malaysia stores.

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