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Vitamin E is an Antioxidant which combines with and neutralizes "free radicals" in tissues. For this reason it has been recomended for years as a supliment (small amounts) to help prevent heart and other organ problems. While a lot of this probably is "technocrap" trying to sell people Vitamin E in its several forms, there is something to it. While my boss never published much on the subject he found that in about 1/4 to 1/3 of cases it "seemed to heal wounds faster after when combined with other topical meds like Bactoban, Neosporin, Bacitracin silvadene, sulfamyalon, etc. When we used it, we did so in small amounts of the "pure Vit E oil" with Eucerine. Eucerine is a great skin protector but it is very thick and heavy. When using it on new barely healed skin the stuff was very hard to work with as it took too much pressure to smear it around, causing pain and in some cases tearing the skin open. Sooo. we would mix it with a little Vit E oil which helped to soften it. Where we did this is SEEMED to help. We never used any large quantity or by itself. But I can find no study where it was contraindicated for topical use or use with kids. One guy who argues against using it also is all for using peanut oil instead of silvadene on deep burns. As far as my own experience goes, this guy may as well use feathers and a drum to dance around a patient for all the good that would do!The redness is pretty much the way second degree burns look when first healed. Depending on how deep the burns were, it can last for a month or so or up to a few years before slowly fading to normal color.Don't recall much in the way of controversy about Vitamin E. With the understanding that someone is going to have an allergic reaction to almost everything from water to toilet paper at some point, we never had a problem of any kind using it. 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Note that burn tissue is easily irritated and there can be any number of factors that can cause a reaction besides the vitamin E. In cases where we have had any reaction it was found not to be the virtamine E but a second product used with it.