Vitamin E

At high temperatures, or by UV exposure, all living tissue breaks down. This is called oxidative stress. It happens on all organic material, which is why your olive oil, your beer or your Raz Skincare beauty products are often in colored packaging. It is to protect against degradation, from the harmful rays of the sun.

What is Vitamin E?

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant and one of the most widely used vitamins in the beauty industry. Vitamin E comes in eight different forms, but only two of them, tocopheryl acetate and tocopherol, can be absorbed through the skin. That is why you can find them on the ingredients list on your products. Vitamin E.

Vitamin E as an antioxidant strengthens the skin's defenses against the breakdown of cells (cell aging) and against free oxygen radicals from the natural breakdown that occurs through pollution, sun and the like. It is precisely the cell membrane that vitamin E is so good at protecting. To ensure that it does not break down and the cell dies or is damaged.

When the sun's rays hit your skin, whether it is behind a window or under a parasol, the skin will experience this breakdown, the oxidative stress. This happens whether you wear sunscreen or not. Of course, mostly if you forget the sunscreen.

If you suffer from sun eczema, you will often experience the eczema even if you have SPF50 on your whole body, this is precisely because the sun still damages us.

That is why more and more media are writing that we should put vitamin E in our sunscreen. Some brands do it themselves, but it is far from all.

What do the others say?

National Library of Medicine
UVB rays' DNA damage to the epidermis is inhibited by Alpha Tocopherol (vitamin E)

Scientific Reports
Vitamin E inhibits UVAI induction of oxidatively generated DNA damage in skin cells. Our data showed that DNA damage of UVA-induced DNA damage can be inhibited by the introduction of vitamin E either before or after irradiation.

Vitamin E increases the antioxidant defense in the skin and protects and repairs. As vitamin E absorbs UV light to a certain extent, sun damage is counteracted. It is therefore effective to use a vitamin E oil together with a sunscreen before going out in the sun. Some sunscreens actually already contain vitamin E.

Vitamin E the great healer. You will find vitamin E in many anti-aging creams, because in addition to preventing premature aging of the skin, it is also effective against sun damage.

Vitamin E, one of the most powerful antioxidants available, also prevents sun damage by absorbing some UV light, so using a vitamin E oil with a sunscreen before going out is effective in the sun.

There is a wealth of scientific evidence from preclinical and clinical studies demonstrating the efficacy of oral and topical antioxidants in providing photoprotection and reversing chronic photodamage. In his own research, Dr. Burke focused on vitamin E and the trace mineral selenium.


I recommend that you empty a dropperful of Raz Skincare vitamin E into the handful of sunscreen you need for the body. Mix it up and it really is that easy.

You don't have to worry about your face, because Raz Skincare Face Creams have both SPF30 and plenty of vitamin E.

Vitamin E can be produced synthetically and is completely transparent. At Raz Skincare, we extract vitamin E from sunflowers, which make Denmark's fields more beautiful when they stand and bloom, just as Raz Skincare vitamin E makes you more beautiful.

Vitamin E in nature is a viscous fat. Since Raz Skincare doesn't mix it up, but offers your skin 100% pure vitamin E, it's quite a sticky product.

Beauty expert Raz