Carrier Oil Tomato - 100ml


Carrier Oil Tomato - 100ml
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Carrier Oil - tomato


Tomato oil is used as a treatment aid for mild to severe skin conditions, ranging from eczema to psoriasis. Its high antioxidant content also makes it a celebrated remedy for wrinkles, age spots and sun damage.


* Quick Absorption

* Aromatically Spicy, Woody and Smoky

* Tomato oil are a Rich Source of Anti-oxidants Including Tocopherols

* Rich Source of Lycopene and Other Carotenes/Carotenoids

* Rich in Phytosterols

* Excellent Source of Flavonoids

* High Linoleic (Omega-6) Essential Fatty Acid Content (Approximately 50-70%)

* Rich in Copper, Iron, Manganese and Zinc


Natural Sourcing, a global supplier of natural ingredients to the cosmeceutical, fragrance, aromatherapy and massage industries, states that tomato oil may also be utilized to treat dry, damaged hair. While the oil may be added to topical solutions, such as lotion or shampoo products, it is also edible. Consult with your health care adviser prior to applying or ingesting tomato oil.



A study published in the July 2010 edition of "Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society" discovered that oil extracted from tomato s contains the antioxidants beta-carotene, phystosterols and lycopene. Natural Source adds to the list tocopherols, carotenoids and flavonoids. According to the National Cancer Institute, antioxidants may prevent the occurrence of certain cancers by neutralizing the harmful free radicals and prohibiting them from causing cellular damage.



Tomato oil is rich in copper, iron, manganese and zinc. Health Supplements Nutrition Guide, a site dedicated to providing consumers with reliable information regarding minerals, vitamins and supplements, states that copper and iron are essential in the formation of red blood cells and hemoglobin. Copper sustains bone and immunity health, as well as preserving the health of nerves and blood vessels. Manganese helps with metabolic functions and promotes the growth and development of the brain and bones. Zinc helps to maintain healthy skin and prevents against illnesses, such as the flu, colds and infections.



Tomato oil contains a significant amount of vitamin E. According to MedlinePlus, vitamin E is crucial for the formation of red blood cells and assists the body with the absorption of vitamin K. Vitamin K is responsible for the coagulation of blood and bone health.


Additional Benefits

Additional components of tomato oil include the fatty acids, omega 3-6-9, as well as the essential amino acid, lysine. The University of Maryland Medical Center reports that lysine sustains growth and helps the body to convert fatty acids into energy. By eliminating a build-up of fatty acids, the body is able to regulate cholesterol levels. Furthermore, lysine helps the body to absorb calcium, thereby preventing osteoporosis, and is responsible for the formation of collagen. According to Women to Women, a medical clinic devoted to women's health care, Omega 3-6-9 promote a healthy heart and have anti-inflammatory properties, ideal for treating arthritis or symptoms of skin inflammation.

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