How does Vitamin E Work: Facts, Side Effects, and more! - Myra
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How does Vitamin E Work: Facts, Side Effects, and more!

Thanks to its known effects for the immune system and skin health, vitamin E has become an everyday e-ssential. Learn more about these benefits, along with how taking Myra E helps you achieve daily beauty and immunity.

Vitamin E for Skin Health and Immunity

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that helps prevent the multiple damaging effects that free radicals can cause within the body. It protects the skin from damage while ensuring that the body’s immune system is optimized for quick and efficient action against infections.

Daily Beaut-E and E-mmunity Boost with Myra E

Vitamin E is not a nutrient that naturally occurs in the body. The key to reaching the sufficient amount from day to day is to eat the right types of food (nuts, whole grains, leafy vegetables and others), and to support this with supplements such as Myra E. 

Myra E is a daily supplement that contains d-Alpha Tocopherol, a natural form of vitamin E. Powered by vitamin E, Myra E helps boost immunity and beauty. Here’s more of the must-knows and commonly asked questions about Myra E.

Who Can Use
Vitamin E is for women and men in their 20s and older. Unstable chemical compounds, free radicals can result from daily stressors such as excessive exposure to air pollution and the sun’s UV rays. A vitamin E supplement may be taken daily to support the body’s defense against sickness and other damages that free radicals may bring.

Lasting healthy-looking skin starts from within. For 18 years old and above, take Myra E once at any time of day.

Side Effects
Myra E is a vitamin, making it generally safe, non-toxic and with no side effects. However, pre-existing skin conditions and health conditions may affect the body’s reaction to Vitamin E. If unsure, consult a docto

Safety for Pregnant & Breastfeeding Women
As with any medication, the best practice would be to consult your obstetrician/gynecologist before taking Myra E. Your doctor will be in the best position to advise on what is most suitable, based on your age, health status and nutritional needs.

Safety of Taking Vitamin E with Other Supplements
Vitamin E can be taken along with other supplements and vitamins. But while the vitamin is usually well-tolerated, it’s important to note that the max daily limit for vitamin E is 1490IU.

Watch as online personality Angel Dei as she answers frequently asked questions on who can take Myra E.

Myra E is available in 300IU and 400IU in all leading drugstores nationwide and online via Lazada. Only P12 SRP per capsule

Discover more about Myra E and what other standout women are saying about its daily beaut-e and e-mmunity effects!


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    1. Hi, Rhane! Vitamin E can be taken regularly in moderate dosages. Most adults can tolerate 100 to 800 mg (equivalent to 149 to 1,192 I.U.) of d-Alpha Tocopherol (Vitamin E) daily without undesirable effects.If you have pre-existing conditions, please consult a doctor as they will be in the best position to advise what is most suitable based on your age, health status, and nutritional needs.

    1. Hi, Gen! Time of ingestion has no correlation with how Myra capsule takes effect in the body. You may take it before or after a meal in the morning, at noontime, or in the evening, depending on your preference. Thank you!

    1. Hi, Rhem! Myra E capsules primarily nourish and repair damaged cells to help strengthen your e-mmunity and give you healthy skin from within. As vitamin E present in Myra E is an antioxidant, it can increase resistance against sickness. But do note that every individual’s body may react differently to supplements.

      While Myra has no proven side effects, such as weight gain or weight loss, we recommend that you talk to your doctor first before taking any vitamins or supplements as they can best assess your nutritional needs based on your medical history. Thanks!

    1. Hi, Aiza! You may take Myra E with other vitamins/supplements as long as they do not contain anti-coagulant/blood thinning properties. Should you have any more doubts, we think it’s best to consult your doctor who is in the best position to advise what most suitable based on your age, health status, and nutritional needs. Thanks!

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