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Could I be allergic to vitamin E?

Allergic reactions to vitamin E are very rare. But some people do report mild skin rashes when using vitamin E cream or ointment. Vitamin E is added to many thousands of products that are likely used by millions of people every year. If your skin gets red or itchy after using a topical product that contains vitamin E, stop using it and talk to your doctor.

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