BETA CAROTENE

BETA-CAROTENE, B,BCAROTENE; B-CAROTENE; BETA,BETA-CAROTENE; FOOD ORANGE 5; NATURAL YELLOW 26; C.I. 75130; KAROTIN (CZECH) ; KPMK; NATURAL YELLOW 26; SERLABO; ZLUT PRIRODNI 26 (CZECH)

Descrizione

Il beta carotene è un composto carotenoide preparato sinteticamente o ottenuto da fonti naturali; Può essere utilizzato come pigmento con un forte colore arancione rosso. Nel corpo umano, il beta carotene viene convertito in vitamina A.

Utilizzo

colorante; Agente cutaneo - varie; Condizionamento della pelle

Effetti indesiderati

Sconosciuti

Fonti

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