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Is acétate de rétinol vegan?

Acétate de rétinol is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is acétate de rétinol?

Acétate de rétinol, also known as retinyl acetate, is a type of vitamin A derivative commonly used as a food additive and in dietary supplements. It is a synthetic form of retinol, a fat-soluble vitamin essential for healthy vision, immune system function, and cell growth. Acétate de rétinol is often added to foods such as dairy products, cereals, and baked goods to fortify them with vitamin A. It is also used in skincare products to promote healthy skin, reduce wrinkles, and improve skin texture. However, excessive intake of acétate de rétinol can lead to toxicity, so it should be consumed in moderation.

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