Vitamin e is another fat soluble nutrient that functions as a beneficial antioxidant in the body by preventing the spread of free-radical reactions.
There are approximately eight naturally occurring forms of vitamin E and only a-tocopherol is recognised to meet human needs.
It is known to protect skin against harmful UV radiations and free radicals damage and hence it is an integral part of skin’s antioxidant defenses. 
Some studies indicate that vitamin e supplementation can help against skin wrinkling or photoprotection.
Solubility type: Fat soluble
Storage: Vitamin E is absorbed in the intestine and stored in the liver. 
Absorption: vitamin E absorption is estimated to be around 51 to 86 percent Because vitamin E is a fat-soluble nutrient, its absorption is enhanced when it is consumed in a meal that contains fat;  Vitamin E is excreted in both the urine and feces, with fecal elimination being the major mode of excretion