The Best Vitamins for Dry Skin

(Last Updated On: September 27, 2018)

There are vitamins that you can take for dry skin? Will they hydrate the skin and keep it from flaking, getting sore, and becoming irritated? Since when do vitamins help or affect a person with dry skin? Could there be more to the vitamin taking for dry skin that is being or has been said? What if there are all kinds of hidden benefits and features of vitamins and dry skin we don’t know about? It could be that this is the biggest secret to come along in the health world in a long time. If this is the case it sure has been hidden for a long enough time. Why would the health industry hide this valuable secret? We will dig into the matter a little deeper and find out why there is such a big to do about how vitamins can affect dry skin positively or negatively.

Natural Best Vitamin C E Serum With Ferulic And Hyaluronic Acid 

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Natural Best Vitamin C E Serum With Ferulic And Hyaluronic Acid 

Benefits and Uses: The product contains vitamins C and E and some other antioxidant vitamins and acids that are supposed to fight aging skin and give you a youthful radiant appearance taking years off your look. It may also repair dry, damaged and scaly skin because it is said to help restore collagen to the skin. The product contains powerful antioxidants that fight free radical damage and keeps the skin fresh and smooth-looking. It is claimed that this vitamin-product can slow down aging and remove age spots.It is supposed to be effective in treating oily, dry, and sensitive skin. It says the consumers will be thrilled by the miracle effects the product will bring.

I doubt seriously that this product is able to produce supernatural effects on the skin. The product just is not that good. It is said to be the best vitamin C serum on the market that is purportedly made in FDA controlled labs by the strictest FDA guidelines. Is it really? It is not tested on animals and it does not contain parabens or other harmful chemicals. The company guarantees the serum will be so effective for you will be amazed at the beautiful results it has for your skin. They will return your money in full if you are not completely satisfied with the results of using the serum on your skin.

Feedback: The consumer claims she is 67-years-old and looks 50-years-old because she has been using this serum. The customer thinks it is the vitamins and the acid in the product that really produce the results. She has been using the product for two months and says her skin looks better than ever. She has cut out some beauty products in her skincare routine. Her skin is smoother and more balanced. This sounds like a paid review by the content. It is possible the person could have been given the product for free or was paid to write such a glowing review. The customer says the product is wonderful and it absorbs nicely into her skin. Her skin is so soft and hydrated.

This customer has used the product twice and has noticed a difference on her skin. She likes the product and says it really works. She says she researched which ingredients would nullify the effects of the serum on her skin. She says there are certain ingredients you should not apply to your skin after using this serum. She doesn’t say which ingredients will nullify the effects of this serum. She doesn’t tell which ingredients should not be used after using this serum either. Both pieces of information would have been beneficial for prospective customers to have. I am not clear why the customer did not detail her research in this review. The information could have assisted a lot of people.

The client says the serum does not make the skin feel oily or dry just the opposite hydrated and vibrant, The consumer has not seen any visible results from the product yet. Despite this, the client will still but the product and recommend it to others. I am not sure if I would advise people to buy a product that may not be working on my skin. Also, I would hesitate in investing money in the second bottle of serum if I had not seen any visible results. Here is another customer who says vanity has won again. They say they will purchase a second bottle even though the first bottle has done absolutely nothing for the skin. We are talking $30.00 dollars already spent and now a second bottle will cost a total of $60.00 dollars. I could see spending the money if the product was working but if I have noticed no results from the first bottle I would not buy a second bottle. If it has not worked after the first bottle it, most likely will not work at all for these two consumers.

The customer implies they are taking an oil bath using this serum. This is why they only use it at night. It would seem rather unpleasant to apply an oily product to your face and then go to sleep. The oil could absorb into the pillow and then you would have one nice big mess. The customer really doesn’t like this product. Another customer says they had to stop using the product because it burned and made their skin peel. This is a serious matter that this serum is making the skin burn and peel. We are talking the serum is killing the skin and it is falling off. The review goes against all the claims the company makes about their product. They say it will give the skin miraculous results by rejuvenating the skin. It will make the skin feel soft and smooth as silk. But this customer experienced burning and peeling of their skin. Could the company have put too much acid in the ingredients that resulted in the customer’s skin burning and peeling? This is not a minor skin reaction but an unhealthy and dangerous skin reaction.

You think twice about using a product that will burn and make the skin peel. Is this the true results of this product on the skin? Could all of the positive reviews been fabricated?

This is an interesting comment the customer says they do not like the serum because it is too watered down. What they are really saying is that the serum is too weak. No other review has commented on the serum being too watered down. This customer must have awfully strong skin to say the product is too watered down. It contains powerful vitamins and acid. It burned and made one customer’s skin peel. How can it be too watered down? This may be a false review. The client does not give any detail as to why they think the serum is watered down. You would think they would specifically say why the product is watered down. This review could be suspect. It does not line up with any of the other reviews written.

Vitamin E Oil By GreatFull Skin, 100% Natural 

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Vitamin E Oil By GreatFull Skin, 100% Natural 

Benefits and Uses: The vitamin product is able to remove scars and has antioxidants that could reverse the aging process. The company says the product has many skin care applications. It is a real versatile skin vitamin serum. The vitamin E will rejuvenate and nourish the skin. It will give the skin a radiant and youthful luster. The product only contains ingredients that the skin needs. It doesn’t have any unnecessary components that will not benefit the skin. It is vegan-free and it has no harmful chemicals that will damage the skin. It is cruelty-free and it will never be tested on animals. Why would you test vitamin E on animals? Do animals complain of having dry skin or aging too quickly?

It has no filler or any other harmful ingredients in it. It can be used with your favorite skin or hair products it will work wonders for both. The company will return your money in full. They just need you to send one email asking for your money back. They will ask no questions and you do not have to return the product. This is how confident they are that you will like the product. What a deal! At the time of the ad being written the product was in limited supply at the sale price. The sale price is $24.00 dollars a bottle that is still a very high price to pay for the product. To be this expensive it better work well.

Feedback: The customer admits the product is pricey but it is worth every cent they say. They say it helps their skin to stay healthy. They would rather pay more money for a product that helps their skin than buy many products that do nothing for their skin. They say to do your due diligence it will take time but it is worth the effort. Why will it take time and why is it worth a client’s time to research these products? The client offers no answer to either question. When you write advice for a review you should say why people should follow your advice. This lends more authority to the advice.

This is a very detailed review in this consumer says they have researched vitamin E. They say it has not been conclusively proven that vitamin E will reduce acne scars or any scars for that matter. The person has been using the product for 6 days at the time of the review being written. They noticed the skin was smoother and the light acne they had was gone. The red acne marks have turned pink which means they are fading. The acne scars are fading and they assume in 30 days that their acne scars will be reduced by 50%.

There is no evidence that this prediction will come true because they do not know how much (if at all) their acne scars will be reduced by. They say vitamin E only works for some people and they are one of the fortunate ones that it works on. They do not know that this is true about vitamin E. It could and should work on any skin type. It has never been proven conclusively that vitamin E will only work on selected skin types. They put one drop on the forehead, one drop on the nose, one drop on the chin, and two drops each on the cheeks. This is not the recommended dosage but it seems to be working for this client.

The bookworm (that is their name) likes the product it really has done nothing for them. They have been applying it to their feet because they had surgery on their feet. They want to get rid of the surgical scars but the product has done nothing to reduce the scars. They have acne and they have been applying it to the acne. It hasn’t burned their skin because their skin is super sensitive and burns easily from beauty products. It has not made the acne worse but it has not helped the acne either. They will buy another bottle and continue to apply it to the problem areas. They want to give it time to work. They wish it came in a bigger-sized bottle because of they went through the small-sized bottle too quickly. They warn to keep the cap closed on the bottle when you are not using it. They wasted a lot of product knocking the bottle over and spilling product when they were not using.

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100% Organic Blend of Olive, Lavender, Almond and Grapeseed oils

Benefits and Uses: The product contains only four essential ingredients that the customer knows and needs. It is animal-friendly (whatever that means. Do they mean animals like to use it?) ) It is paraben free and is void of any harmful chemicals. They have a limited money back guarantee. Just send them an email saying you want to return the product and they will refund the money. You can keep the rejected product as well. Too bad they would not make this money back guarantee a permanent one like the other company offers. The product is supposed to help with a lot of skin issues. It will heal rashes, hives, bites and minor skin discoloration.

If you start applying it to the stomach area in the 8th week of pregnancy it will reduce or prevent stretch marks throughout the pregnancy. You will have a smooth-looking beautiful lower belly.
It can be used on all skin types and it will moisturize and nourish the hair. It will make hair look thicker and it will moisturize the scalp. It may even stop dandruff. It will cure the dry, itchy scalp and it will prevent the scalp from becoming dry and itchy. Guess what? it will even help your nails become healthy.

It will cure nail fungus, brittle nails, dry nails, and yellow nails. It will even soften hard cuticles. This product does it all the company claims. It will cure psoriasis nail which has never been heard of. It will treat skin psoriasis and scalp psoriasis and it will nourish and hydrate the skin. It is claimed to treat several other skin conditions as well. It is safe to use for all age groups except babies and newborns. I would be really cautious about using it on infants and toddlers.

Feedback: The customer says this is a super product. She has used it everywhere and it has helped her. She does not have oily/combination skin any longer. He has no flaky skin either and her hair is long healthy and nourished. Everyone in her household raves about this product and she could go on for a million years about how good this product works. It even helps her boyfriend’s daughter who has severe eczema on her skin. This really sounds like a trumped-up review that was either paid for or the customer received some free products for it. Or it could not have been written by a real customer. The customer says they can not wait for the company to come out with other products.

[Forest Heal] Anti Aging Retinol Cream for Face and Dry Skin, Vitamin C Facial Moisturizer, Anti-Wrinkle

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[Forest Heal] Anti Aging Retinol Cream for Face and Dry Skin, Vitamin C Facial Moisturizer, Anti-Wrinkle

Benefits and Uses: The product says both men and women can use it. It is moisturizer that contains vitamin C and it leaves the skin hydrated and it eliminates the dry skin look. You will never have dry skin again after using this moisturizer. The company claims they are the only producers who combine 6 vitamins and other ingredients that leave the skin glowing for 24 hours. This cream, unlike other creams, goes on light and they absorb quickly into the skin. It does not leave the heavy greasy feeling on the skin. The cream is able to help remove scars, fine lines, wrinkles, sun damaged skin, stretch marks, and many other skin imperfections. It even has no harmful chemicals in the formula.

Feedback: The customer says it felt too heavy on the face but worked well on the legs. This is in direct contradiction to what one of the benefits of the cream was that it will never feel heavy on the skin. The customer says the product has relieved her of winter dry cheeks. She has KP but the cream seems to help treat this as well. It has tightened her skin and people ask what she uses on her skin.

Crepe Erase – Intensive Body Repair Treatment – Smoothing Moisturizer – Shea Butter and Vitamin E

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Crepe Erase – Intensive Body Repair Treatment – Smoothing Moisturizer – Shea Butter and Vitamin E

Benefits and Uses: It contains special ingredients and vitamins that will nourish and replenish the skin. They have a special formula that promotes elasticity and skin collagen to revive aging skin. It is for all seasons and fights the effects those seasons have on skin. It is dermatologist tested. (how?) It has a light but invigorating aroma.

Feedback: The client said it got rid of crepe on the skin and makes the skin feel so soft and smooth. The customer likes the product. This customer says the product is heavy on the skin but they like the way it feels and smells. The only problem is it has not done anything for her skin.


Here you have some excellent vitamin based products to look over and choose from for dry skin and many other problems you may be fighting with concerning your skin. Like the standard pattern, some of the products really helped customers who used them and some of the products had positively no effect on other customer’s skin. One product did burn and cause one person’s skin to peel. The product needs to be re-formulated because it should not cause skin to burn and peel.


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Written by Irina Radosevic MD
Irina graduated from the University of Belgrade, School of Medicine as a Doctor of Medicine (MD) and spent over 3 years working in the Clinical Hospital Center Zvezdara, in the Department of Emergency Medicine. She also undertook a postgraduate in Cardiology from the same University and had previously worked for over a year as a Physician and Nutritionist Dietitian for the Fitness club Green Zone. She eventually left her chaotic but fulfilling job in the ER to pursue her passion of writing, travelling and mountain climbing which has included writing a first aid course for the alpine club of Belgrade. Irina currently works as a VA for PintMedia focusing on medical and travel writing. Feel free to connect with Irina on LinkedIn and FaceBook. Her CV can be seen here.