For a week I’ve been taking Vitamin E specifically Myra E 400 IU Capsule. I was convinced to take this vitamin because of their commercial. They said taking Myra E will make you bloom in just 10-14 days. I have a dry skin so I am giving myself a chance to try this Vitamin E and hoping it will give a good result. I searched reviews of Myra E online. Many said that taking Myra E gives positive result especially to their skin. Skin becomes soft but noticed their face becomes oily. But some said; Myra E does not suit to them because it has no effect at all.
Well, I’m just taking Myra E for a week so I have nothing to confess as of this time. But I’m hoping that this vitamin will give positive result to me. Anyway, they said its better to take Vitamin E together with Vitamin C so I guess I should follow it.
I’ve been working in front of computer for almost two years already. And I have lack of sleep so I really need vitamins that can help me strong. I hope taking Vitamin E and C plus drinking lots of water and eating right foods I can achieve the blooming i desire.
Anyway, I am really curious about Vitamin E so I researched a little and based on my research Vitamin E refers to a group of fat soluble compounds with strong antioxidant properties. An antioxidant is a substance that reduces oxidative damage, damage caused by oxygen which can harm human tissue, cells and organs.
Vitamin E added to lotions, creams, and other skin care products, as well as taken orally, plays a role in the anti-aging of skin. It helps skin look younger by reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Also, free radicals are believed to play an important role in skin aging and therefore the antioxidant activity is quite valuable for this skin problem.
Why is vitamin e important for good health?
There are several vitamin e benefits for your body. Some preliminary studies involving intakes of vitamin e higher than the daily recommended requirement have shown that vitamin e may be useful in treating or possibly preventing:
- menstrual pain
- low sperm count
- inflammation of eye tissues
- restless leg syndrome or relief from muscle cramping
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- rheumatoid arthritis
- various diabetes related complications and maybe helpful in treating and preventing diabetes itself
- cardiovascular disease
- prostate cancer and breast cancer