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Beta Carotene

Beta Carotene is originated from the Latin word “carota” which means carrot.

Beta carotene is the main form of carotenoids which is red and yellow pigments. In addition, Beta carotene is an antioxidant. Natural beta-carotene is converted to vitamin A in the body,  hence also called provitamin A. It is important to note that only natural beta-carotene can do so, not synthetic. Therefore, natural beta carotene and vitamin A have many similarities.

Beta carotene is best known for its color, but it is certainly the least it does. If you want to take full advantage of this antioxidant’s many properties, it is crucial that you use natural beta-carotene rather than the synthetic one.

Studies show that Beta carotene:

  1. Protects to repair against free radicals / oxidative stress
  2. Protects the skin against sunburn
  3. Absorbs UVA and UVB rays in the skin as a sunscreen, contributes to brown skin and makes the skin more resistant to the sun. Prevents sun-induced wrinkles and pigment disorders
  4. Provides color and shine to the skin

In recent years, many products with beta-carotene have been released. Many studies have been done on this worldwide, as well as  in Scandinavia. Therefore, it is recommended to make a research on the difference between synthetic and natural beta carotene. At we use studies on natural vitamins and antioxidants.  We appreciate you as a customer first and foremost, focusing on the best natural products instead of using cheap vitamins or antioxidants that are easy to obtain or mass produced which is usually found in creams and serum etc..

Fun fact: When it is stated that there are vitamins or antioxidants that are dangerous or that it does not work properly, then it is usually synthetic, since it is not 100% like natural vitamins. But this usually does not occur since it is set up as if it is quite similar.