[Can tomatoes remove melanin]_Whitening_Action

[Can tomatoes remove melanin]_Whitening_Action

Everyone knows that tomato is a very nutritious food. If you eat it every day, it will be beneficial to your health. It can also promote people’s digestion and avoid some constipation problems.

The effect of tomatoes is more, and there are more methods of tomatoes, which can be replaced and eaten raw.

Can tomatoes be melanin?

Prevention Tips: 1. Do not expose to the sun for a long time, and apply sunscreen on exposed areas when going out.

2. If melasma is suspected to be caused by certain drugs and cosmetics, it should be terminated.

3. Avoid taking photosensitive drugs: such as contraceptives, antihypertensive drugs for treating hypertension, coronary heart disease, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, diuretics and certain antibiotics.

5. Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables: such as celery, daylily, black fungus, coriander, apple, pear, watermelon, etc.

6, eat spicy and other irritating foods: such as coffee, cocoa, shallots, cinnamon, pepper, pepper, etc.

Freckles: Freckles are brown spotted pigmentation spots that are common on the face, especially the nose and under the eyes.

Ultraviolet radiation, endocrine disorders, long-term stress and metabolic disorders can promote the disease.

It can be aggravated by UV radiation in summer.

Precautions for prevention: 1. Wear sunshade and apply sunscreen when outdoor activities.

2, pay attention to work and rest, to avoid excessive tension.

3. Eat more tomatoes.

Because tomatoes are rich in glutathione, glutathione can inhibit melanin, thereby reducing or disappearing pigmentation.

Solar dermatitis: Commonly known as sunburn, it is manifested as edema erythema on the skin of the exposed area within a few hours after exposure, which can blister, and is often accompanied by burning, itching or tingling.

After a few days, the rash gradually subsides; in severe cases, it can be accompanied by cold-like symptoms, such as fever, fatigue, and general discomfort, which can be restored in about a week.

People with shallow races are susceptible to this disease, which is seen in women with obesity.

Precautions for prevention: 1. Avoid long-term exposure in the sun; wear sun hats and long clothes for most activities.

2. Avoid light foods such as mud snails, amaranth, amaranth, mustard, malan, spinach, lettuce, fungus, buckwheat, etc.

3, eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, because vitamin C and B12 can prevent and weaken sensitivity to ultraviolet light, and promote the disappearance of melanin, and can restore skin elasticity.

Dermatosis caused by high temperature. Gardenia: Gardenia is generally divided into red and white.

Red pimple presents as a red herpes, which is not easy to rupture, and it is conscious that the fracture is itchy.

Paeonia lactiflora appears as needle-sized blisters. The blisters are clear and translucent, and easily ruptured. They are commonly found on the forehead, neck, upper chest and back, and curved sides of the arms.

Precautions for prevention: 1. Ventilate and cool down, keep the skin clean and dry, puff duster powder regularly, change clothes frequently, clothes should be soft and wide.

2, the best bath with warm water, less soap, alternating alkaline shower gel to reduce irritation.

3, eat more light, cool foods such as mung bean soup, winter melon soup, etc .; eat more fresh vegetables and fruits.

Summer dermatitis: It occurs on the extremities of the extremities, especially in front of the two lower legs. Sometimes the trunk can also occur.

It starts with the size of corn grains, dense erythema, pimples or pimples, itching, and a burning sensation.

Precautions for prevention: 1. The key is sun protection and heat protection, especially for those who are more sensitive to sunlight, and must take protective measures when going out.

2, eat less spicy and exciting things, eat more fruits and vegetables and other cool foods such as bitter gourd, loofah, winter gourd, raw coriander, beans, watermelon and so on.

3, pay attention to indoor ventilation, cooling, penetrative clothes, such as cotton clothes.