Tomato Soap

Simple soap for sensitive skin.

When it comes to skin care, tomatoes are one of my favorite  and most effective remedies for a clear and clean skin. Not only are these humble robust red balls full of nutrients but also highly effective in healing and clarifying the skin."Food.ndtv"

Our Natural Handcrafted Tomato Soap is an excellent remedy for blemishes and pimple prone skin. With ingredients such as tomato, coconut, olive oil, glycerin, and other natural ingredients helps reduce age spots, fine lines, and wrinkles while leaving your skin smooth and moisturized. In addition to its excellent lather property and amazing pumpkin aroma, it’s gentle to even the most sensitive skin.

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 Ingredients

Our soaps are made with the finest ingredients such as organic tomato powder, purified water, vegetable glycerin, well refined pure coconut oil, organic olive oil made from certified organic olives, natural spiced pumpkin essential oil which rich in vitamin E and antioxidants.

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Tomato Face Treatment

Our Tomato Soap is for the whole body and face but also be used as a face mask.  Lather your face with Kay Pedals Tomato Soap and leave it on for about 5minutes before rinsing it off. The mixture is very gentle so that you can use it every day. The soap treatment is a great remedy for blemishes, blackheads and pimple prone skin. Also makes a great treatment for rosacea.

Tomato Benefits For Skin - The Importance of Lycopene for Skin

Lycopene is a red nutrient in the carotenoids family that gives tomatoes, watermelons, and guavas their signature hue. Though it’s found naturally in a few red and pink fruits and vegetables, tomatoes have the most lycopene by far. As the tomato ripens, its lycopene content gets higher and higher.

Lycopene is an especially strong antioxidant, so it can help your overall health along with the appearance of your skin. Plus, antioxidants help reverse signs of aging, which means plumper skin and reduced fine lines. All in all, tomatoes help you look a little younger and feel a little better. Greatest.com

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Tomatoes For Skin Care: Here's How You Can Use Tomatoes For Soft And Supple Skin

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Suparna Trikha  |  Updated: April 30, 2018 18:00 IST

When it comes to skin care, tomatoes are one of my favourite and most effective remedies for a clear and clean skin. Not only are these humble robust red balls full of nutrients but also highly effective in healing and clarifying the skin.

Slightly acidic in nature, tomatoes contain high contents of potassium and vitamin C; this transforms the dullest of skins and restores glow to the skin. Tomatoes also have lycopene, which is an antioxidant that helps fight free radicals in the body. Apart from this, it helps treat skin problems related to ageing and sun damage therefore making it a great skin rejuvenator. Due to their astringent properties, tomatoes help reduce excess sebum on the skin's surface preventing oil build up, which further reduces the chances of blackheads and whiteheads. Since they have pore-shrinking properties and help tighten the skin, chances of acne and pimples are also greatly reduced. This makes tomato a versatile and popular ingredient for problematic skin conditions.

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Tomatoes Improve Skin And Hair Health

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Reviewed by Dr. Geeta Dharmatti, M.Sc,Ph.D, Clinical Nutritionist and Registered Dietician
 by Ravi Teja Tadimalla

Tomatoes aren’t a substitute for sunscreen, but the lycopene in the fruit may have a photo-protective effect. Eating tomatoes may offerTrusted Source some protection from UV light-induced erythema or sunburn.

study from 2006Trusted Source found that after 10 to 12 weeks of ingesting lycopene or tomato products rich in lycopene, people demonstrated decreased sensitivity to UV radiation. It’s unclear if you can get those same benefits from applying tomatoes topically to your skin, though.

While tomatoes might reduce the risk of sun damage, always still use sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher to protect against sunburns and skin cancer. Sometimes “natural” sunscreens can do more harm than good. Read More...