Blackmores Natural Vitamin E Cream

Natural Vitamin E Cream

A rich moisturising cream to nourish and protect your skin

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Blackmores Natural Vitamin E Cream is a rich moisturising cream that helps protect skin from the drying effects of the environment. 

Why use

  • Source of natural vitamin E for healthy skin
  • Contains avocado oil to nourish and soothe skin
  • Helps prevents moisture loss
  • No artificial colours or fragrances

The Blackmores difference

Blackmores Natural Vitamin E Cream contains a source of natural vitamin E for healthy skin.

It has no artificial colours or fragrances and contains vitamin E, avocado oil, apricot kernel oil and vitamin A.


Active ingredients


Purified water, glycerin, lanolin, tocopheryl acetate (natural vitamin E), cetyl alcohol, Persea gratissima (avocado) oil, Prunus armeniaca (apricot) kernel oil, myristyl myristate, polysorbate 60, sorbitan stearate, glyceryl stearate SE, hydroxyacetophenone, linoleic acid, tocopherol, retinyl palmitate (vitamin A), Helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, linolenic acid, carbomer, phenoxyethanol, triethanolamine.



Directions for Use

After cleansing, gently massage a small amount of cream evenly on face, hands or body.


  • If irritation develops, discontinue use
  • Store below 30ºC in a dry place, away from direct sunlight
  • If you have any pre-existing conditions, or are on any medications always talk to your health professional before use

Physical description

Off-white opaque, smooth cream.
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use.

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Hi, I bought two VE cream separately and there is some differences.

The one which batch number is (B)5C57 has a fragrance. It smells like vanilla cream. It smooth my skin after used it.
But the one which batch number is (B)6B119 smells like washing powder. And it make my skin feel coarse.

Why the two have so many difference? Are they the same product or I bought the false? Could you help for me to check it Authentic?
Hiyoko 09 Oct 2016
Hi, is this cream suitable for sensitive skin?
Josephine 12 Sep 2016
Hi, Can you tell me where is this cream made ? I bought some cream which batch number is (B)6D138, and can't find any information about where it is made on the package. Please kindly replay.

Thanks & Regards

I would like to ask on behalf of my friend who just got 2 ve cream but not sure if they are authentic or not. She found the lid is different from the one she bought in Australia before. The batch number is (B)5H78 EXP.AUG/2019.

After comparing with the one I bought in Auckland, I think it is a little bit different. The batch number of Auckland is (B)6A112 EXP JAN 2020. I noticed that the print font is different as well.

I read the reply to Shiyuan who has the same question with me. I really hope you could send the email about the authentication of the product to me too.

Thanks & Regards

Victoria 24 Jun 2016
I heard that retinyl palmitate (vitamin A) is not suitable for pregnant women. what is the concentration of retinyl palmitate in this cream? How much can it be absorb though the skin?

I'm pregnant and have use it for two months, now I am so worried about this.

Please kindly replay me.

weng 20 May 2016
Hi there,
I have the same questions as rubeary. I bought two VE cream separately form Sydney and Auckland, and there is a difference on the smell.

The one I bought in Sydney has strong fragrance, especially after apply on my skin. It smells like washing powder. But the one I bought Auckland(New Zealand) is fragrance free.

The batch number of Sydney one is (B)6B118.
Batch number of Auckland is (B)5K97.

Please kindly replay me.

Shiyuan 19 May 2016
I have always loved this product until I find this in the ingredients: tocopheryl acetate. If you claim your product to be natural, why use a man-made vitamin E, potencially cancerigenous??!
Ines 05 May 2016
Can VE cream be used as a day time moisturizer? I somehow remember reading an article that had suggested vitamin e products should not be used as a day time moisturiser as it would increase the chance of getting freckles and dark spots, is it true?
Many thanks
Grace Yang
Grace Yang 28 Apr 2016