Clean Label Vitamin E from Sunflower. Prevents cell oxidation.
Twice as potent as synthetic from
Upcycled from Sunflower by-product
No chemical modification processes
Non-GMO by definition
Pure d-α-tocopherol is unsurpassed to protect the skin against effects of aging and UV induced damages. During aging, however, antioxidant levels in the skin decrease why external supplementation of d-α-tocopherols to the skin is recommended to maintain it protected from oxidation
As one of the few vegetable oils, sunflower oil contains mainly d-α-tocopherol, which makes it the most natural and efficient source for obtaining vitamin E on an industrial scale, without incurring chemical modifications of the molecule.
Recently bio-efficiency of Sun E has been proved to be at least twice as potent as synthetic Vitamin E. Research also shows greater accumulation of α -tocopherol in all tissues when RRR- form is supplied, and this provides greater health protection. Thus, Sun E is the preferred source of this important nutrient
Plant-derived tocopherols vary in their amount and composition of -α, -β, -ɣ and -δ tocopherol. In many vegetable oils such as soybean non-alpha tocopherols predominate with a content of approx. 80%
Their conversion into d-α-Tocopherol involves chemical processes to modify the molecule.
In Sun E deriving from sun-flower oil, however, more than 90% of the naturally present Tocopherols consist of d-α-Tocopherol. Therefore, no chemical processes are required to obtain d-α-Tocopherol from sunflowers.
Plant Sterols stimulate collagen production and moisture retention.
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