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Cosmetic and therapeutic use of ornamental plants

@inproceedings{Radosz2018CosmeticAT,
  title={Cosmetic and therapeutic use of ornamental plants},
  author={A. Radosz and Sylwia Klasik-Ciszewska and Katarzyna Duda-Grychtoł},
  year={2018}
}
The main theme of this article is the cosmetic and medicinal use of ornamental plants. Its purpose is to present to the reader the beneficial effect of ornamental plants on the skin and the human body. Here you can find information on specific ornamental plants such as Aloe vera, Lavendula angustifolia, Calendula officinalis, Sea-buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) and Rose canina, including their systematics, that is how they come from, what they look like and to which family they belong. The… Expand

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