Made from Olives, Tomatoes with colourless carotenoids and L-Cysteine, all the essential super-antioxidants to build strong, beautiful and healthy skin.
Invest in your skin. It’s going to represent you for a long time.
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100% natural, made from premium natural ingredients
Only 1 capsule a day.
Having your daily dose of Miriqa® is like eating the freshest pick of tomatoes and olives. It can be taken anytime you desire, day or night, before or after food. We recommend to take daily at a regular time (i.e. if a capsule is taken in the morning on the 1st day, try to follow the same routine the following day.
Calm and soothe irritated skin. Repair damaged and blemished skin caused by environmental aggression such as sun exposure. Overall skin brightening and evenness of skin tone.
Be confident in your own skin
These brilliant breed of non-GMO tomatoes with colourless carotenoids, helps to deliver the following benefits to the skin:
1. Sun Protection
2. Youth Renewal
3. Skin Brightening
Increase of skin suppleness & skin texture
Decrease of skin roughness
Decrease of skin dryness
Studies have shown improvements in overall skin texture and radiance after 30 days of consumption and continuous improvement with up to 100% improvement of skin suppleness and overall skin texture; and more than 95% improvement in smoothening of skin and whitening of skin complexion; over 80 days.
The subjects in self evaluation found an improvement especially in their skin whitening, radiance, evenness, hydration, smoothness, hydration, elasticity and overall beauty. They found their skin more resistant to sun damage, more youthful and visibly healthier.
Liki von Oppen-Bezalel. Et al. Photoprotective and Skin Lightening effects of a food supplement tomato powder rich in phytoene and phytofluene, the colorless carotenoids. Gonzalez-Santiago, M et al. (2010). Human absorption of a supplement containing purified hydroxytyrosol, a natural antioxidant from olive oil, and evidence for its transient association with low-density lipoproteins. Pharmacol Res. 61(4), 364-70. Gordon, DJ et al. (1989). High-density lipoproteins – the clinical implications of recent studies. N Engl J Med 321, 1311-6 Visoli, F et al. (2009). Olive phenolics increase gluthathione levels in healthy volunteers. J Agric Food Chem. In press.