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Please advise - Has anyone tried vitamin A in liquid form topically?
 
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Please advise - Has anyone tried vitamin A in liquid form topically?


we all know that vitamin A helps in rebuild the keratincells back in normal. The key is that it must be taken in physical way I mean by fruits/vegetables, when you take in by tablets there is danger in having toxicity by overdose or maybe your body can not 'break' it, howeve there is no danger of toxicity when you take it by fruits/vegetables (all fruits/vegetables which are yellow or orange color are rich in vitamin A or bcarotene which turns into vitamin A.

One form of vitamin a, retinoid acid is used in medicines in order to reduce the thickness of the keratincells and also to stabilize this area.

Has anyone tried to apply vitamin A in liquid form topically on lips?

I have read that when it is mixed with cream it works fine and I am seriously thinking of trying this formula because I am not satisfied of any cream/oil I have used till now. I feel my lips very dry and I want to have them moisturized well.

Can anyone tells me what organic cream means ? I have told my pharmacist to give me 'organic hand cream' but she told me that 'organic' is something without chemical things and I do not know what to buy. Also if someone knows the dose of cream and vitamin A. I have found vitamin A together with vitamin E in liquid form which is called EVIOL A.

If someone knows further let me know.

Thanks,
Kelly
 

 
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