Neauvia Organic

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Dermakos 2016; 2: 40.

Per valutare l’efficacia e sicurezza delle formulazioni Neauvia Organic sono stati eseguite valutazioni dal Prof. Alberto Calligaro (Università di Pavia) e Dott. Nicola Zerbinati (Università Insubria, Varese): “Preliminary evaluation of the Neauvia Stimulate e Intense product”, Data on file – MatexLab company.

Bibliografia

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