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Essential Oil Scientific Literature

Essential Oil Antimicrobial Activity

Tea Tree Oil: A review of antimicrobial and other medicinal properties

Antimicrobial Efficacy of Eucalyptus Oil

Antifungal and Antibiofilm Activities of Peppermint Oil

The anti-biofilm activity of Lemongrass and Grapefruit EO’s against five strains of Staphylococcus Aureus

Rosemary EO antibiofilm activity

The antibacterial effects of Tea Tree Oil against MRSA biofilm

Antimicrobial and Antiplasmid activities of Essential Oils

The in vitro antimicrobial activity of 59 essential oils against pathogens of dermatological relevance

 

Essential Oils Benefiting Skin Conditions

A comparative study of Tea Tree oild versus Benzoylperoxide in the treatment of acne

The efficacy of 5% Tea Tree Oil for Acne Vulgaris

An in vitro antimicrobial evaluation of commercial Essentail Oils and their combinations against Acne

Lavender Oil inhibits immediate-type allergic reaction

Tea Tree Oil for contact dermatitis

Anti-Inflammatory effects of Geranium Essential Oil

Sandalwood Oil for Commom Warts

Palmarosa Oil on Cutibacteruim Acnes Strains

Cerdarwood as an anti-inflamatory

Treatment of hand warts with Tea Tree Oil

Frangrance raw materials and Essential Oils cna reduce prostaglandin E(2) formation in keratinocytes

Anti-inflammatory potential of Coriander Oil

The effectiveness of a natural preparation for psoriasis

Tea Tree Oil for mild to moderate acne

East Indian Sandalwood as a therapeutic option to treat inflammatory skin disease

Enhancement pf keratinocyte differentiation by Rose Absolute

Effect of Rose Oil inhalation on stress-induced skin barrier disruption

 

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