According to The Acne Zone, vitamin E helps fight acne by working as an antioxidant to protect cells from free radical oxygen atoms, preventing damage to cell membranes and regulating retinol levels. Vitamin E is availab... More »

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Vitamin A, taken topically, and zinc may help cure acne says Healthline. Vitamin E and tree tea oil may reduce acne, although the connection hasn't been firmly established. More »

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It can take 4 to 6 weeks for acne to completely go away, as stated by WebMD. Drugstore acne treatments can help speed the healing process, and some products work to take away a pimple's redness, making it less noticeable... More »

When applied topically to the skin, vitamin E helps to lock in moisture and protect the skin cells from free radical damage, according to Prevention Magazine. Vitamin E also helps to protect the skin from dryness, inflam... More »

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Pure vitamin E oil is good for the skin, according to HowStuffWorks. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that can protect skin against free radical damage. More »

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Common benefits of vitamin E for women include preventing high blood pressure, painful periods and breast cysts and alleviating negative symptoms associated with menopausal syndrome and premenstrual syndrome, notes WebMD... More »

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The most common side effects of vitamin E are headaches, tiredness, nausea and/or a mild rash. Diarrhea and dizziness may also occur, but do not manifest in every patient. These symptoms are considered normal and not som... More »

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