Scientific name: Tyrosine
Classification: Active principle

Intensifier and stimulator tanning.



Tales from nature

Tyrosine is the basic amino acid for the synthesis of important neurotransmitters, such as dopamine, adrenaline and norepinephrine. This amino acid was taken at high doses by the huntbombarders drivers during the Falkland war, to remain awake for longer and raise the attention threshold.

Tyrosine is also essential for the synthesis of Melanin, the skin pigment that determines the tan and color of the skin, eyes and hair. It also participates in the synthesis of various hormones, such as thyroid ones, as well as intervening in the synthesis of proteins and thus fall within most of the body's protein structures.


Tyrosine is an amino acid used above all in solar products as it increases the production of melanin and accelerates and intensifies the tan, reducing the exposure time and therefore the risks caused by the sun's rays.

Principi attivi

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