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A MIXTURE OF ESSENTIAL OILS OF POGOSTEMON CABLIN, JASMINUM SAMBAC AND ZINGIBER OFFICINALE AS A REMEDY FOR CELLULITE

@inproceedings{Sukeningsih2014AMO,
  title={A MIXTURE OF ESSENTIAL OILS OF POGOSTEMON CABLIN, JASMINUM SAMBAC AND ZINGIBER OFFICINALE AS A REMEDY FOR CELLULITE},
  author={Luh Mas Sukeningsih and Anna Setiadi Ranti and Endang Sri Hanani},
  year={2014}
}
Cellulite is an aesthetic problem which occurs in 8 5% of Asian women over the age of 20 years and most often found in the area of the thigh, buttock and s tomach, which its treatment is expensive and can ca use many side effects. The objective of this experiment was to determine the effect of the mixture of esse ntial oil of patchouli ( Pogostemon cablin ), jasmine ( Jasminum sambac ) and ginger ( Zingiber officinale ) in reducing the sign of cellulite. The efficacy test was conduc ted using… Expand

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