How to Make Vitamin E Oil

How to Make Vitamin E Oil cover

How can I make Vitamin E oil at home? This is a question that has bothered most of us who are looking for healthier and more radiant skin. This is only one of the many benefits of vitamin E oil though. Besides, learning how to make vitamin E oil will save you the time, energy and money we often spend looking for the best Vitamin E products in the stores.

It is even more interesting to know that the process of making this hair and skin treatment is very easy and only takes a few ingredients. Read on to learn how to make your own Vitamin E oil at home.

Simple Steps How to Make Vitamin E Oil

Step 1: Measure ½ cup full of your Chosen Base Oil

Measure half cup of preferred oil

Start by measuring four ounces of your base oil. You should be careful to choose a base oil that is organic and non-comedogenic so as not clog the pores or cause breakouts. Sunflower oil, safflower oil, hemp seed oil or argan oil are recommended base oil you can use to make vitamin E oil.

Step 2: Transfer the Oil into Dark Blue Bottle using a Funnel

How to Use Funnel to Transfer the Oil

Vitamin E oil can be degraded or oxidized If exposed to light. Use a dark blue or cobalt blue bottle to prevent the exposure.

Transfer the oil to the bottle with caution. Try not to spill or expose the oil to light.

Step 3: Add 4 Caplets of Vitamin E (400 IU each)

Add Vitamin E

While the funnel is still held in place, cut four caplets of vitamin E and pour the vitamin E from the caplets to the bottle containing the base oil. In case you have Vitamin E in liquid form, take 1 teaspoon and add to the base oil in the bottle.

Step 4: Add Your Preferred Essential Oil (Optional)

Add Essential Oil Drops

This is done to add some scent to the homemade Vitamin E oil. In addition, put 3-5 drops of the essential oil of your choice. Some of the oils that will add good scent are; rose, lilac, lemon, orange or lavender.

Step 5: Do the Mixing

Mix the Vitamin E Oil

Close the cap of the bottle and turn it upside down, and right-side-up repeatedly. This inversion procedure should be done severally until all the oils are properly mixed.

Step 6: Let it Cool

Store the Vitamin E Oil

Store the Vitamin E oil in a refrigerator to keep it in a cool environment away from direct sunlight. Ensure the bottle cap is tight before putting it in the refrigerator. When it’s time to use it, warm in your hands and shake well to ensure it’s in its liquid form.

Step 7: Test it with the Skin

Test Vitamin E Oil on Hand

Take 1 -2 drops of the oil and pour on the wrist. Wait for 24 hours to see the reaction. If you experience any kind of itching, allergy, swelling or redness, do not use the oil. If the area looks normal and moisturized, then you can use your homemade Vitamin E oil on the skin, legs or hair.

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