When you have dry skin, you can’t live without oil especially in winter. I have used different oils this winter. I totally admit that some high-quality rich body butter or cream work great in that season for dry skin and keep your skin well hydrated but still you should use some good oils in a week to deeply moisturise your skin. You all must be aware of the benefits of vitamin E oil for our skin. Vitamin E works on our skin in many ways, it repairs skin, soothes inflammation, heals scars and hydrates skin. I have used Nature’s Gate Vitamin E Acetate Skin Oil this season. My today’s review will be about this product only.
What company says…
Nature’s Gate Vitamin E Oil is a special blend of pure, rich oils. We’ve combined the anti-oxidant properties of Vitamin E and Grapeseed Oil with the healing properties of Calendula Oil. The result is an ideal, non-sticky moisturizer that is quickly absorbed into the skin to provide renewed softness and suppleness. Organic. Biodegradable.
Tocopheryl acetate(vitamin E)carthamus tinctorius (safflower)seed oil, grape seed oil, calendula flower estract
How to use
Gently massage into skin. Best when used daily.
In the mirror of my own experience
Nature’s Gate Vitamin E Acetate Skin Oil comes in a round transparent glass bottle with a white cap. The bottle has a slightly wide mouth so one should be careful while taking out the oil from the bottle. It would have been better if the product would have a flip open cap with a small opening. Anyways the cap closes tightly and I have not noticed any leakage from the bottle but still the packaging is not suitable for travelling purpose. It always concerns me whenever I travell along this oil.
The oil is transparent and is slightly greenish in colour. The consistency is not very thin and it is like normal oil. The oil is fragrance-free and spreads smoothly on the skin. I have been applying the oil on my hands and legs twice a week. Usually doing it after taking a shower. I take out a small amount of oil and spread it all over my hands and feet and massage them. The best part of this oil is that it never leaves my skin greasy like other oils. It sinks into the skin and makes it soft and smooth.
It can improve skin health and is a good source of antioxidants and Grapeseed Oil with the healing properties of Calendula Oil. It is a type of omega-6 fatty acid. It is free of cholesterol and is high in monounsaturated fat and polyunsaturated fat. It also contains vitamins such as B vitamins, Vitamin E and Vitamin K.
I have been using this oil for 2 months, sometimes alone and sometimes with my body cream and butter. I must say that my skin is much smoother and in better shape than what it was when I started using it. I had tan on my feet and after two months of use, I have noticed that it has worked in that areas pretty well. The tan has got reduced to a great extent. It a great oil for massaging your body too. I use this as a cuticle oil and also apply after shaving my skin.
Spreads on the skin well
Contains some great properties
Gets absorbed into the skin very well
Never feels sticky or greasy
Leaves the skin soft and smooth
It hydrates my skin dryness
Get rid of my skin tan as well
Can be used on razor burns.
Can be used a cuticle oil.
The packaging is not convenient
Not for travelling
Some may find it pricey
Overall it’s a good skin oil. I love its effect on my skin. My dry skin has been totally happy entire the season. I don’t like the packaging though but the oil has worked great for me. I wish the packaging was more travel-friendly. I will recommend this oil to those who are looking for a good massage oil for their dry skin.
INR 845 for 59 ml
Have you tried Nature’s Gate Vitamin E Acetate Skin Oil? Which oil do you use?