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Title: Jurnal Medical Aradean (Arad Medical Journal)
Abbreviated title: J. Med. Ar.
Publisher: "Vasile Goldis" University Press
Owner: Western University "Vasile Goldis" Arad, Romania
ISSN: 1224-3744
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TESTING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INHERENT ANTIMICROBIAL PRESERVATIVES OF A COSMETIC PRODUCT WITH ORGANIC ACTIVE INGREDIENTS PDF Print E-mail
Written by salman D., Popescu C., Coneac G., Popescu C.   
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Article Title:TESTING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INHERENT ANTIMICROBIAL PRESERVATIVES OF A COSMETIC PRODUCT WITH
ORGANIC ACTIVE INGREDIENTS
Authors:Darin Salman1, Carmen Popescu2*, Georgeta Coneac3, Candice Luana Popescu,4Dumitru Lupuleasa1
Affiliation:1University of Medicine and Pharmacy‘Carol Davila’, Bucharest, Romania, 2WestUniversity ‘VasileGoldis’, Arad, Romania, 3University of Medicine and Pharmacy‘Victor Babes’, Timisoara, Romania, 4PharmaciesSensiblu, Bucharest, 5 District,
Abstract:In this study we formulated, developed and tested body care milk that contains two active ingredients of plant origin from Organic Agriculture, obtained by cold pressing, namely: vegetable greasy oil from sea buckthorn [Hippophaerhamnoides.L.] and greasy oil from flaxseeds [Linumusitatissimum.L.], with coenzyme Q10.
The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the antimicrobial efficacy of a cosmetic product with its own antimicrobial properties, product what contained these two organic active ingredients.
Milk Body Care formula contains no preservatives in the preparation and therefore in this study we aim to demonstrate the antimicrobial efficacy of cosmetic product components in accordance with the requirements of the European Pharmacopoeia monograph ed. 7-a / 2010.
Keywords:organic active ingredients, cold pressing, antimicrobial efficacy
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