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*Also Called: Vitamin E

Cosmetic / Ingestion Purposes:

UV Absorber

Ingredient Analysis

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What does it do? What is it used for? Read further to learn how Organna CBD uses this ingredient to compliment our product offerings.

in simple terms,

Tocopherol is a known antioxidant with potent anti-inflammatory benefits. It helps to support the immune system, cellular function, and skin health.

How safe is 


Tocopherol rated a 1 of 10. This ingredient is considered low hazard and SAFE! Organna CBD only uses All-Natural ingredients in the formulation of our products.

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Let's dive a little deeper...

Tocopherol, also known as Vitamin E, is the primary fat-soluble antioxidant in our skin. It plays a crucial role in protecting skin cells from free radicals as a powerful antioxidant. Free radicals cause collagen breakdown resulting in dull and aging skin. Its fat-soluble properties improve absorption and moisture retention.

Vit E (vitamin E) is common in many foods: vegetables, oils, seeds, nuts, corn, soy, and even meats and dairy products. It is known to reduce the damage caused by UVB rays and protect the skin from sunburn. Used together with 15% Vitamin C, the effectiveness is doubled for both vitamins.

Tocopherol is a form of vitamin E that is commonly used in cosmetics for its antioxidant properties. Here are some details, descriptions, and uses of Tocopherol in cosmetics:


  • Chemical Structure: Tocopherol is a fat-soluble compound with several forms, including alpha-tocopherol, beta-tocopherol, gamma-tocopherol, and delta-tocopherol. Alpha-tocopherol is the most biologically active form and is commonly used in cosmetics.

  • Antioxidant Properties: Tocopherol is known for its strong antioxidant properties, which help protect the skin from oxidative stress caused by free radicals. Free radicals can accelerate the aging process and contribute to skin damage.


  • Texture and Appearance: Tocopherol is often used in cosmetic formulations as an oil-soluble ingredient. It has a slightly thick and oily texture.

  • Odor: Tocopherol is typically odorless or may have a faint, nutty scent.

Uses in Cosmetics:

  • Antioxidant Protection: Tocopherol is primarily used in cosmetics for its ability to neutralize free radicals. This helps prevent premature aging and protects the skin from environmental damage.

  • Stability: Tocopherol is often added to cosmetic formulations to improve the stability of other ingredients, such as oils and fats, preventing them from becoming rancid.

  • Moisturizing: Tocopherol also has moisturizing properties, helping to keep the skin hydrated. It is commonly found in skincare products like moisturizers, creams, and lotions.

  • Anti-inflammatory: Tocopherol may have mild anti-inflammatory effects, making it beneficial for soothing irritated or inflamed skin.

  • Photoprotection: Tocopherol can contribute to the photoprotection of the skin, helping to mitigate the effects of UV damage.

In summary, tocopherol is a versatile ingredient in cosmetics, providing antioxidant protection, stability, and moisturization to skincare formulations. Its role in combating free radicals makes it a valuable addition to anti-aging and protective skincare products.

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