If it's left to remain in the skin, it'll cause damage to collagen, and there're wrinkles. Free radicals in the skin are more and more due to age and sun exposure.
Vitamin E is to neutralize the free radicals, that it can prevent skin damage from sun exposure and aging.
The oral dosage is containing 30 to 1,000 international units (IU). Injections are containing 100 or 200 IU per milliliters. Indications of injection of vitamin E are in the state of deficiency that can be seen from the low serum levels or increase in erythrocyte fragility against hydrogen peroxide.
Intake of 10 to 30 milligrams is enough to maintain normal levels in the blood.
Once consumed, vitamin E is absorbed through the gastrointestinal tract. In the blood, it's mainly bound to the beta-lipoprotein and distributed to all tissues. Most is excreted slowly into the bile while the rest is through the urine.
Because it's lipid solubility is very good, the excessive consumption of vitamin E is feared to damage internal organs.
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