The great benefits of Vitamin E

Aromatherapy.
Aromatherapy.

Today’s article is written by our aromatherapist Jackie Ferguson – scarring inside and out

Most of us naturally want to enjoy glorious weather and soak up the sun’s rays. It makes us feel better and look good. However, we can look after our skin at the same time.

Jenny Logan.

Jenny Logan.

Vitamin E oil applied preferably before going to bed helps to repair damaged tissue and boost collagen production (a connective tissue that helps to keep skin elastic and supple). Vitamin E also helps to speed up new cell regeneration and skin cell growth to help with the appearance of wrinkles.

Natural vitamin E oil is the one that is recognised to meet human requirements. It works at a cellular level at blocking free radicals from the body.

Brown spots can sometimes appear on the skin from free radical damage and ageing and we are often asked for something to help lighten their appearance and smooth rough, dry skin so vitamin E oil is the one to try.

Lots of ladies massage vitamin E oil on the skin after pregnancy to help with repair and appearance of stretch marks which, unfortunately for some, are unavoidable. It can also be very beneficial when applied to external scarring after surgery or injury and has anti-inflammatory qualities to soothe.

Jason vitamin E oil is a pure vitamin E oil with natural almond, apricot, avocado, sunflower and wheat germ and can be used on small areas of the skin or all over the body. The Jason range also offers a vitamin E rich face moisturiser and hand and body lotion. While on the subject of scarring there is a remedy called Serrapeptase. It came originally from the silk worm and is a protein-destroying enzyme from bacteria native to the digestive system of silk worms. It is the enzyme responsible for dissolving a silkworm’s cocoon.

Serrapeptase has the distinct ability to digest only non-living tissue allowing the old toxic layers that clog the digestive system and the lining of arteries to dissolve.

German research studies have found that Serrapeptase could effectively remove atherosclerotic plaque without hurting any of the cells along the arterial wall.

We have seen excellent results with our customers who have reported back after using Serrapeptase for lung congestion and mucus related conditions, operative scars and lesions and inflammation.