100% Natural Vitamin E Oil 35,000 IU + Organic Rosehip & Jojoba Blend - 4 OZ Bottle. FAST Absorbing Skin Protection For Face & Body. Pure Ingredients - Ideal For Sensitive Skin - Use Daily

  • Natural v Synthetic: Our Vitamin E (d-Alpha-tocopherol) oil is 100% extracted from plants naturally rich in Vitamin E. Natural Vitamin E has been proven to absorb more quickly and efficiently by the body than other synthetic types.
  • Pure Carrier Oil: The viscosity of pure Vitamin E Oil is thick and sticky. A blend of Eden's Semilla Rosehip & Jojoba Oil gives the oil the perfect consistency for easy application. Fast acting, absorbent and non greasy. 35,000 IU means the blend contains no less than 25% Natural Vitamin E.
  • Skin Protection: Vitamin E Oil is contains natural antioxidant protection that helps to combat the signs of aging. Helps repair damaged skin, provides hydration for dry skin and provides relief for skin irritation and sunburn - a great solution to tangle free silky smooth hair.
  • 100% MONEY BACK GUARENTEE: - The clinically proven ingredients and natural blend speak for themselves. If you are not satisfied for whatever reason we offer a no question asked money back guarantee.
Vitamin E Oil is an excellent all round skin protector that helps to combat cell damage caused by free radicals found in common everyday contaminants and air pollution. Are these the thing that you want for your skin and hair?

    ➭   Potent antioxidant protection
    ➭   Natural clinically proven ingredients
    ➭   Fast acting, absorbent and non greasy
    ➭   Radiant looking skin and silky smooth hair

If so, then Eden's Semilla Vita

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