Powerful Carotenoid
Derived From the Tomato

Technology Enhanced LycoBeads® Natural Tomato Lycopene 30mg

LycoBeads® Natural Tomato Lycopene is the world's most powerful, technology enhanced natural carotenoid

What is a Carotenoid?

Carotenoids are the tiny pigments that give fruits, vegetables and other organisms their vibrant hues. The human body cannot manufacture them, making supplementation and dietary incorporation necessary. Lycopene is considered the hero carotenoid, benefiting our wellbeing throughout the course of our life.

What is Lycopene?

Lycopene is a very powerful natural antioxidant. Found in some fruit and vegetables, it is most famously found in the tomato. Antioxidants are compounds that fight free radicals and chain reactions in the body helping to prevent or delay cell damage.

Has also been proven as a rich nutrient source for hair, skin and nails.

What Is The Best Lycopene Supplement?

Generic lycopene has no proof of bioavailability or its ability to reach certain target cells which is crucial for efficacy. However LycoBeads® Natural Tomato Lycopene is fully bioavailable and backed by extensive testing. Its patented single solvent technology preserves nutrients and guarantees standardised tomato carotenoids available at efficacious levels.

This is why at LYMA we have chosen the most extensively reviewed standardised tomato extract LycoBeads® Natural Tomato Lycopene, proven in over 20 peer-reviewed studies.

Is It Safe To Take LycoBeads® Natural Tomato Lycopene?

LycoBeads® Natural Tomato Lycopene has been fully endorsed by experts and backed with extensive testing. LYMA provides a stable, microencapsulated form that preserves and protects its unique capabilities.

How Much Lycopene You Should Take Per Day

LYMA offers a daily dosage of 30mg so as to achieve the highest chance of obtaining maximum health benefits of carotenoids.


LycoBeads® Natural Tomato Lycopene in Detail

Clinical Dose30mg
SourceA dense formula of phytonutrients synthesised from tomato
Organic LimitsLow levels of lycopene are found in foods, hence the need for technological synthesis
Value10x standard lycopene
BenefitsHealth and skin
TechnologyLycoBeads® Natural Tomato Lycopene incorporates a highly specialised casing ensuring the lycopene's enhanced stability and bioavailability
DataOver 20 LycoBeads® Natural Tomato Lycopene peer-reviewed trials

Your Questions About LycoBeads® Natural Tomato Lycopene

Which foods have the most lycopene?

Tomatoes are the best reported natural source of lycopene and surprisingly, when tomatoes are processed, their lycopene content increases. Therefore, tomato ketchup and tomato sauce also contain high levels of lycopene. Elsewhere, lycopene is also found in colourful or exotic fruits such as papaya, watermelon and pink grapefruit. Other carotenoids where lycopene is found are sweet potatoes, leafy greens like spinach, broccoli, and most varieties of squash.

What is the difference between lycopene and beta carotene?

Carotenoids are the tiny pigments that give fruits, vegetables and other organisms their vibrant hues. The human body cannot manufacture them, but they have a multitude of benefits.

The difference between lycopene and beta carotene is often confused but the main factor is that unlike beta carotene, lycopene does not contain any pro-vitamin A activity. Structurally, lycopene does not contain the beta-ionone ring, which is present in beta carotene. However, lycopene and beta-carotene have a similar molecular formula and molecular mass.

What are the lycopene benefits for men?

As a potent antioxidant lycopene is able to neutralise free radical damage within the body. LycoBeads® Natural Tomato Lycopene is a fantastic supplement for both men and women to benefit from a more youthful and glowing skin.

What are lycopene benefits for skin?

Skin ageing is vastly accelerated by persistent free radical damage, such as exposure to air pollution. The most effective defence against these free radicals is antioxidant skincare. LycoBeads® Natural Tomato Lycopene can play a crucial part in this. Lycopene has been proven to reverse damage to the skin and the degradation of collagen.

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5. Supplementation with tomato-based products increases lycopene, phytofluene, and phytoene levels in human serum and protects against UV-light-induced erythema; study Aust, O., 1, Stahl W., Sies H., Tronnier H., Heinrich, U. 2005 Jan;75(1):54-60.

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