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LAMBERTS Natural Beta Carotene 15mg - Mixed Carotenoids - 90 Capsules

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Our bodies are being continually exposed to ‘free radical’ damage as a result of the environment in which we live. Air pollution and cigarette smoking are the major factors that generate ‘free radicals’, but one of the most important is the effect that sunlight has on our skin. The body has its own natural defence mechanism to fight these ‘free radicals’, substances called antioxidants which neutralise ‘free radicals’ thus helping to protect our cells from damage.

Beta carotene is one of the best known antioxidants which helps to protect the skin against the damaging effects of ‘free radicals’ created by the action of ultra-violet rays on the skin.

Benefits of LAMBERTS Natural Beta Carotene:

  • High strength beta carotene 15mg, with mixed carotenoids.
  • Natural beta carotene, similar to the form found in vegetables.
  • Small one-a-day capsules.
  • Produced in premises that operate to stringent pharmaceutical standards of GMP.


90 Capsules
Each Capsule Provides:Contents:
Mixed Carotenoids (from Dunaliella salina algae)15mg
Beta Carotene14.2mg
Alpha Carotene525µg
Equivalent to Vitamin A2435µg


Sunflower Seed Oil, Capsule Shell (Gelatin, Glycerin, Colour: Iron Oxides), Silicon Dioxide.


Take 1 capsule daily with a meal or as directed by a practitioner or pharmacist.



Should not be taken by heavy smokers.


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