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Pure Vitamin E From Wheat Germ Oil, 75.000 IU's Per Ounce. Is It Legit?

Discussion in 'Suppliers' started by Lucenzo01, Nov 6, 2017.

  1. Lucenzo01

    Lucenzo01 Member

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    Hi, I have found this product and I wrote them an email asking about the concentration and if it was legit. It's not wheat germ oil, it actually is vitamin E extracted from wheat germ oil. They answered me saying that the concentration of vitamin E was showed by ounce and not by bottle, so it should have 2,536 IU's of vitamin E / ml. I don't know if I'm doing something wrong, but if it's true it would be fantastic and extremely economical.

    Here is the product:

    Vitamin e oil uses for skin, face, hair growth | Vitamin e oil benefits for hair
     
  2. michael94

    michael94 Member

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    Looks like it's worth trying at the least for the small bottle price.
     
  3. Wagner83

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    I don't see it written on their website or description. It's odd to simply write 75 000 IU vitamin E, but as the user above said it's worth a try.
     
  4. Joeyd

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    They do 2 dollar samples with free shipping. You can't lose!
     
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    Lucenzo01

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    Yeah, it's weird. The sent me an email with the "COA". I don't know if it's legal to share it.
     
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    Lucenzo01

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    Yeah, it would be great for someone living in USA (I'm not). If someone do it please share.
     
  7. Nicole W.

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    I've been eyeing this product also. It's available on Amazon and it has about 300 5 star reviews. Why the sale price though? Is it because the stock is nearing the end of its shelf life? Or is the product just not moving? There's always a reason for a discounted price.
     
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    Has anyone tried it yet?
     
  9. squanch

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    If there really are 75000 iu / fl oz, then the 2536 iu / ml are correct.

    2536 iu vitamin e is roughly 1700 mg
    1 ml oil (I used olive oil for the calculation) is 860 mg

    Vitamin e oil is probably a little denser than olive oil, but it still seems off.
     
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    Lucenzo01

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    Ok, I have checked and vitamin E has a density of 0.95 g/ml. Or I'm doing something wrong or they must check the concentration of their product.
     
  11. ecstatichamster

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    I use this. Seems good.
     
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    Lucenzo01

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    Topical or oral? Do you feel anything?
     
  13. ecstatichamster

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    I use it topically. I think it's legit. I used it on my feet and it seemed to have a typical vitamin E effect. But it didn't warm me up or anything, not that I expected that.
     
  14. KalosKaiAgathos

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    So, is it mostly alpha tocopherol? Cannot find any info on whether gamma, for example, is included. Without the gamme tocopherol, among others, the product is sub-par.
     
  15. cyclops

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    I tied taking this orally and it tasted different (and nastier) then the healthnatura or idealabs vitamin e products. Anyone know why that would be? Is it much different from those?
     
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    What is the typical vitamin E effect for you?
     
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