There are countless components unknown to many, which have great benefits for the skin. If you didn’t know him, today we present you the lycopenethe antioxidant ingredient that comes from tomatoes.
Lycopene is a natural pigment that, in this case, is extracted directly from the tomato. Tomato is one of the most powerful natural antioxidants, with a great effect regenerative and calming on the skin. Lycopene also protects human cells oxidative stress produced by free radicals, directly responsible for aging.
As a consequence of the sun action and from these free radicals, oxidation occurs inside the dermis, which results in the appearance of wrinkles. This product is effective in preventing this process, especially when combined with a good diet and other cosmetics aimed at protecting and moisturizing the skin, such as sun creams.
Lycopene is one of the main ingredients of one of Mercadona’s best-selling beauty and care products, lycopene oil. With the name of ‘anti ox’ and a price of 5 euros, This product has entered the market, making many lovers of ‘skincare’ fall in love with it. Its antioxidant effects make it the ideal product for combat wrinkles and attenuate skin blemishes.
Indicated for all skin types, it is a product manufactured by the supplier Totaler Lycolé (Natural Lycopene Cosmetics), specialized in this ingredient that extracted from Extremadura tomatoes.
Thanks to this great antioxidant power, lycopene also helps to remove spots, acne, psoriasis and visibly improves atopic skin. In addition, this Deliplus product has added essential oils with vitamins and collagens, which increases the effectiveness in improving the skin. Some of them are macadamia oil, lavender oil, sweet orange oil or olive oil.
How to use lycopene oil
- Apply a few drops on the skin (dry or damp) with a light massage.
- It can be mixed with the usual cream.
- Allow to fully absorb and avoid contact with fabrics and surfaces to prevent staining.
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