Is topically applied Vitamin E good for the skin? Watch

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I have capsules that I take from Superdrug, and was wondering if I pricked it with a pin and mixed some with an eye cream (dermalogica) would it help the skin beneath my eyes?

I've been taking antibiotics for spots, which haven't stopped my acne at all, but it's made the skin around my eyes incredibly dry - I look 100 years old, it is so dry and wrinkly.

Would this help, or is topically applied Vitamin E useless?
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You would probably be better off using an eye cream with Vitamin E in, that is made especially for the skin under your eyes, which can be quite sensitive.
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