Canthaxanthin is a yellow-orange dye, of natural or natural-identical origin.
It is often present as an additive-colorant in food products and in the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industry.
Some scholars argue that it can be a "risky and toxic" additive for the liver, and can cause the formation of irreversible crystals in the retina.
Not recommended for consumption in doses higher than those indicated.
ADI DOSE: 0.05 mg per kg of body weight.