Review – Rosken High Potency Vitamin E Cream

I came across this Rosken Skin Repair High Potency Vitamin E Cream the other day when I were shopping at Watsons and what caught my eyes is the label ‘High Potency Vitamin E‘. Rosken, one of Australia’s most trusted and respected skincare brand, combines unique ingredients in their products to provide the best skin care protection.

This emollient-rich body cream is branded to promote cell regeneration for scarring, stretch marks and blemishes.

Ingredients

Its key ingredient, vitamin E (tocopheryl acetate), is said to have many proven benefits. Being an excellent antioxidant, when applied topically to skin, that protect cells against free-radical damage due to sun exposure. An added protection against UVA and UVB rays. Also provide hydration while restoring firmness and elasticity. 

It also contains glycerin, a humectant that attracts water and petrolatum that can help the skin’s outer layer recover from damage, reduce inflammation, and generally heal the skin.

The setback of this product is that it contains some small amount of harmful ingredients like phenoxyethanol – a preservative that may irritate skin, mineral oil – may cause allergic reactions and 10 different types of parabens – widely-used preservatives that may pose health risk.

Texture

As this is an emollient-rich cream, the texture tends to be slightly thick and it is more ideal for dry skin.

Results

I have noticed some improvement on my scar marks significantly, as they have appeared to be lighter now.

Ratings 

Will I buy it again? …… Maybe!

 

Rosken is available at Watsons, Guardian and pharmacy stores

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