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Should vitamin E be used orally or topically for healthy skin?

Vitamin E is regulated by the FDA as a nutritional supplement -- meaning it does not have FDA approval for specific indications. However, the safety of oral medications so it's likely that members are using the oral form of vitamin E to improve their skin health.

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