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Boost Your Skin With Vitamin E

Our new serum gives your skin what it's craving with seven vitamins, including vitamin E. Keep reading to learn the role that vitamin E plays in skin health.

It just days away!

The official launch of our brand new serum, Moon Boost, is so close!

Moon Boost is like nothing you’ve ever used before! It’s loaded with vitamins that bring out the best in your skin and give it a healthy glow. We’re so excited about the formula that, this week, we’re featuring a different vitamin in Moon Boost every day.

Today, let’s learn a little about vitamin E. 

Skincare fads come and go but vitamin E is not one of them. In fact, it’s been used in skincare products for decades. So what makes vitamin E such a skincare staple? Well, it’s a fat-soluble vitamin that helps to reinforce the skin barrier(1) and soothe skin that has been exposed to the elements. On top of that, it has powerful antioxidant properties that work to protect the skin from free-radical damage caused by environmental stressors.(1) This is important because free-radical damage leads to premature signs of aging and nobody wants that! 

Don’t miss out on all the skin protecting properties of vitamin E! Pre-order your bottle of Moon Boost now!

See you tomorrow for our feature on vitamin F.

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Moon Boost is formulated with a synergistic blend of seven vitamins, including vitamin D. Click here to learn how vitamin D helps your skin.

Sources

(1) Schagen, Silke K et al. “Discovering the link between nutrition and skin aging.” Dermato-endocrinology vol. 4,3 (2012): 298-307. doi:10.4161/derm.22876 

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