Composition per 15ml 

  • Vitamin A (as Palmitate) 2500 i.u.
  • Vitamin E 10 i.u.
  • Vitamin C 50 i.u.
  • Lycopene (6% dispersion) 5000 mcg
  • Selenium (as Sodium Selinate) 35 mcg
  • Zinc (as Zinc Gluconate) 3 mg
  • Manganese (as Manganese Glucunate) 20 mg
  • Iodine (as Potassium Iodide) 100 mcg
  • Copper (as Cupric Sulphate) 500 mcg
  • Vitamin B1 2 mg
  • Vitamin B2 3 mg
  • Vitamin B6 1.50mg
  • In Flavored Base qs


Oral Suspension (Tropical Fruit Flavoured) formulated using LycoHance™ Technology


A Highly Advanced Lycopene-based Oral Suspension System containing a Micellar Dispersion of Lycopene developed using a unique blend of wetting agents. The lipophilic lycopene in such a system is already in an oil solubilised form therefore allowing a more rapid and greater absorption from the GI tract. The absorption of lycopene from such a suspension is independent of dietary fat intake and therefore such a formulation can provide enhanced absorption even on an empty stomach.


Each serving / 15 ml contains: (Approx.)

Energy ……………………..…………….…1.02kcal

Carbohydrates ……………………….……….0.9g

Proteins ………………….……………..………0.1g

Fats ……………………………………..………..0.0g



Lycopene is one of a family of pigments called carotenoids, which occur naturally in fruits and vegetables such as tomatoes. Other carotenoids include alpha- and beta-carotene, lutein, etc. Lycopene is the pigment that makes tomatoes red. The redder the tomato, the more lycopene is present. Numerous studies suggest that lycopene levels in the blood may be associated with reduced incidence of prostate, digestive tract, breast, lung and cervical cancer as well as cardiovascular disease and age-related macular degeneration – the most common form of blindness for elderly people in the western world. In one study, lycopene and a wide range of dietary carotenoids were detected in high concentrations in ciliary body and retinal pigment epithelium, which leads researchers to believe that lycopene and other carotenoids, like lutein and zeaxanthin, may play a role in the prevention of age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, and other blinding disorders.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is good for your eyes in 3 major ways: to help prevent night blindness, to prevent cataracts (like Vitamin C) and to help preserve eyesight.

For Night Blindness… your retinas are light-sensitive cells that have a large amount of Vitamin A stored in it. And within your retinas you have rods and cones. Rods and cones allow you to see black & white and colors, respectively. The rods are specifically used for night vision.

Cataracts form when the lens of the eye becomes cloudy… making it very difficult to see. Cataracts used to be one of the leading causes of blindness.

But a better way to prevent this from happening (and avoiding the surgery to fix it) is having a diet rich in carotenoids… especially beta carotene.

The antioxidant power of beta carotene wipes out the free radicals before they damage the lens.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is also helpful in preventing cataracts.


An adequate nutritional regime or effective supplementation plan could help preserve your eyesight. As you grow older you could develop Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) which is one of the leading causes of vision loss. .

One study suggests that eating just one serving of a food high in Vitamin A or beta carotene can reduce the chances of AMD by almost half. A few other carotenoids (i.e. Lutein and Zeaxanthin) are also helpful in preserving your eyesight as you get older.

So for healthy eyes a combination of Vitamins and Carotenoids is essential for your diet and could protect you from vision loss.


Two Teaspoonful (10ml) daily or as directed by the prescriber


  • A Dietary supplement not for medicinal use
  • For prophylactic use only
  • Shake well before use
  • Store in a cool, dry place
  • Protect from direct sunlight


EyeTamin® Suspension comes in a bottle of 200 ml


Disclaimer: The above product related information is intended for medical practitioners only