I have been using Really Good Vit E Oil by Fushi for several weeks now.  

And as I quickly realised how precious and effective this oil was, I decided to incorporate it into my beauty routine. 

I started mixing it with everything: moisturizers, shampoo, and even with my foundation, to make the most of it.  

There is plenty of different vitamin E oils on the market, so let me explain why I think Fushi’s oil is one of the better ones.

For those who have gotten to know me a little through my posts probably are aware of what sort of stuff I choose to put on and inside my body.  And that I always try to choose organic and natural over conventional and synthetic whenever I can.

I trust Fushi as their oils are organic, virgin cold pressed and derived from non-GMO plants.

When choosing vitamin E oils you want to make sure that it is natural – as it is superior to its synthetic equivalent.  So put on your detective hat and pull out the ol‘ magnifier glass and check if this is listed on the product label before you make a purchase.

Natural vitamin E is listed as d-alpha tocopherol, d-alpha tocopheryl succinate or d-alpha tocopheryl acetate.  While synthetic forms of vitamin E are listed with a “dl” – prefix instead.

However, lots of brands do not feel the need of being transparent enough to specify on their labels which form of vitamin E they use.

So keep this in mind when you are searching for an oil to buy.

Vitamin E oil is usually mixed with a carrier oil, this is because pure vitamin E oil is too thick and sticky on its own.

Fushi’s vitamin E oil is combined with jojoba seed oil, sunflower seed oil, wheat germ oil, raspberry seed oil and sweet orange peel oil to make a great anti-ageing oil with quick results.


I love to keep my skincare routine very simple.

I have been using coconut oil, olive oil and jojoba oil – and lots of other stuff that was available in my kitchen pantry – as a natural eye makeup remover.

But I love trying new products and new DIY recipes.

So I went on a search and found this awesome and simple recipe:

  • 2 tbsp witch hazel
  • 2 tbsp Really Good Vit E Oil
  • 2 tbsp filtered water (I use Berkey)

I keep it in a glass container and shake it before using it.


Choosing the right eye cream was always tricky to me, as I have extremely thin and sensitive skin around my eyes.

I often experienced skin irritation around my eyes after trying new eye creams.

Which is why making my own DIY cream was the most sensible thing to do.

I tried several DIY methods, but what I found was that a simple mix of coconut oil and Fushi Vit E oil, was the most delicate and effective one!

  • 4 tbsp coconut oil
  • ½ tsp Really Good Vit E Oil

Remember to keep it refrigerated between usage so that it gets solidified.

Voila!  You now have a wonderfully repairing and skin-brightening eye serum.


Vitamin E is extremely beneficial for the skin. It has intensely moisturising properties and is helping with tissue repair.

I personally found that vitamin E oil is too rich to use directly on my face so I prefer to mix a drop or two with my moisturisers or serums.

I also sometimes mix it into my makeup foundation (when I’m in a hurry) to take advantage of its superb qualities.


I was recently asked by one of my amazing and inspiring followers and member of my Facebook group (Get Healthy and Fabulous Naturally), if I could recommend a natural remedy to strengthen her nails and get rid of her fungal infection.

I gave her the below recipe and it was truly amazing how quickly she could see an improvement in her nails’ health. 

  • 1 tbsp coconut oil
  • 1 tbsp Really Good Vit E Oil
  • 3 drops tea tree essential oil

Place this mixture in a small glass container and use it twice a day.


Vitamin E oil not only repairs damaged hair but also promotes hair growth by improving the scalp condition as well as treats split ends.

I  put a small amount in one palm and dab with my fingers to apply to my scalp first. I recommend using just a micro amount, as it’s difficult to rinse it off afterwards. Plus you do not need that much to get impressive results with this oil!

I also like adding a few drops to my shampoo or conditioner or create my own hair mask from it.

What is your favourite way to incorporate vitamin E oil into your beauty routine?

With love,

Anna x

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