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…that may cause significant health risks. Tocopheryl acetate is also known as Tocopheryl acetateretinyl palmitate or vitamin E acetate. It is used as an alternative to tocopherol. The acetate is absorbed or hydrolyzed as is enters the skin and in turn regenerates tocopherol. The use of Tocopheryl acetate was unheard of during the ancient times but skin care was a rather important priority in some older cultures. Ancient Egyptians, for example,…

…distinct antioxidant properties. Because the vitamins are fat soluble, the body doesn't eliminate then in urine, but stores them in the fat. This means you can accumulate them to the point of toxicity. Tocopherol (Often listed as d-alpha tocopherol succinate) is the most active form of the vitamin. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant. Antioxidants help fight free radicals. Elements like to have electrons in pairs. Free radicals have one extra…

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