top of page


Foods that will help you get a tan this summer.

Are you leaving this summer? and you want a tanned complexion that lasts? For this, choose foods that are rich in beta-carotene , to promote a beautiful tan.
Indeed, this macro-nutrient (beta-carotene) stimulates the production of melanin .

1. The carrot: is one of the foods richest in beta-carotene. This orange vegetable promotes beautiful pigmentation of the skin. Take advantage of it because it is also an ally for your figure: it provides only 36 calories per 100 g.





2. Tomato: Although this fruit is not orange, it contains beta-carotene in large quantities. Its red color comes from its richness in lycopene, which fights against free radicals which are responsible for premature aging of the skin.


3. Pepper: is ideal for tanning. But prefer red peppers which contain nine times more carotenoid pigments than green peppers. And when a vegetable is cooked, the beta-carotene content is increased tenfold so cook your peppers with your meat and fish to get the most out of this macro-nutrient. Peppers are also rich in vitamin C which protect the skin from aging.



4. Mango: This fruit, rich in vitamin A and beta-carotene, strengthens the plane of UV rays. Consuming this fruit will allow you to obtain a uniform and radiant tan.


5. Pink grapefruit: contains more carotene than orange. You can eat it as a starter as well as in your cooked dishes or even in desserts. But beyond its culinary tasting, pink grapefruit has many virtues including preventing aging of the skin and protecting the body against carcinogenic cells.



6. Melon : Its orange color testifies to its richness in beta-carotene or provitamin A. An antioxidant which protects the retina and the skin while promoting tanning. It is one of the fruits that contains the most.  It also contains a lot of water so your skin will be well hydrated. Who says hydrated skin, says easier tanning. Indeed a crocodile skin is synonymous with dry skin. Thanks to this fruit you will get a nice golden complexion.
melon: 40 calories per 100 G



7. Apricot: In addition to playing a protective role against cancer by promoting the elimination of toxins, apricot is rich in beta-carotene. Although dried apricots contain much more than the fresh, it should not be abused because it is sweeter.




8. Wheat germ: is an excellent source of vitamin E, wheat contains antioxidants to protect the skin from the sun's rays. You can consume the wheat on your salads or in oil. You can also apply wheat oil to your skin in case of sunburn to reduce burns and soften your skin.



9. Sweet potato: Is an excellent source of group B vitamins. In particular rich in vitamin B6, ideal vitamins to facilitate tanning.




10. Peas: These cooked legumes also contain beta-carotene. Carotenoids will therefore be better absorbed than those from raw foods.


Carrots: 36 calories per 100 g

Tomatoes: 21 calories per 100 g

Peppers: 27 calories per 100 g

Apricot: 48 calories per 100 g

Dried apricot: 200 calories per 100 g

Melons: 40 calories per 100 g

Mangoes: 60 calories per 100 g

Grapefruit: 52 calories per 100 g

Wheat gemes: 381 calories per 100 g

Sweet potato: 86 calories per 100 g

Green peas: 81 calories per 100 g

bottom of page