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CAROTENS with Vitamins C and E

Description

TRADITIONALLY USED TO FACILITATE TANNING AND SKIN CARE

Carotenes, vitamin C & E

Beta-carotene is the most important compound in the group of carotenoids. It is also called provitamin A because it is one of its precursors in the body. It is a natural pigment found in many fruits and vegetables, particularly carrots.

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PROPERTIES

Tanning is the skin’s way of protecting itself against ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun. This occurs in the following way: in the dermis, the middle layer of the skin, there are cells, called melanocytes, which secrete a substance that pigments the skin, melanin. When the sun’s UV rays reach the skin, melanin rises to the upper layer (epidermis), where it is deposited, thickening it and absorbing the sun’s rays that are harmful to the skin. When melanin comes into contact with UV radiation, it oxidizes, causing the skin to turn a darker tone, which in combination with the pigmentation provided by beta-carotene produces a tan with fewer exposures, long-lasting and natural.

Vitamins C and E in complement with beta-carotene, act by destroying oxygen free radicals, which result from the oxidative activity of UV radiation, thus becoming an effective resource against skin aging and degeneration caused by radiation. UV A and UV B. They exert a strong protective effect, prevent erythema (redness of the skin) and reduce the risk of burns in people sensitive to sun exposure.

FORMULA

Contribution per intake: 3 tablets
NUTRIENTS %IDR
Vitamin C 105mg 233
Beta carotene 21mg
Vitamin E 20mg 200

 

CONTAINS SULPHITES AND MILK DERIVATIVES

 

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

Serving 3 tablets. It does not provide significant amounts of energy value, carbohydrates, proteins, total fat, saturated fat, trans fat, dietary fiber and sodium.

 

PRESENTATION

50 tablets.

 

RECOMMENDED INTAKE

First week: 1 tablet in the morning, 1 tablet. at noon and 1 comp. at night. Second week onwards: 1 comp. in the morning and 1 comp. at night.
The suggested dose of this dietary supplement exceeds the RDI (Recommended Daily Intake) of vitamin C and E. This product can cause toxic effects due to the accumulation of fat-soluble vitamin E, do not consume it again without consulting your docto

 

PRECAUTIONS

Do not use in people with hypersensitivity to the active principles. Smokers should avoid using any beta-carotene supplement. Its intake is not recommended on an empty stomach because the presence of vitamin C can cause heartburn. Doses higher than the recommended dose can cause yellow pigmentation of the skin that disappears when the intake is stopped. Do not use in case of pregnancy, lactation or in children.

 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCE

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