Vitamin E is both a nutrient and an antioxidant with a vast history of use in dermatology. Besides being effective, it&rsquo;s also easy to find, easy to use and can be found in a variety of products you probably already own, from serums to sunscreens. But is vitamin E actually good for your skin? And how do you know if you should be incorporating it into your skincare routine?&nbsp;To learn more about the benefits of vitamin E, we reached out to Dr. Kavita Mariwalla, a board-certified dermatologist and Skincare.com consultant. She gave us the lowdown on everything vitamin E for skin, including some pretty great benefits. Plus, keep scrolling for some of our favorite skincare products formulated with vitamin E, so you can seamlessly work it into your regime.