Salicylic Acid Antimicrobial Efficacy, Persistence Illustrated By In Vivo Tests
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The efficacy of salicylic acid as an antimicrobial ingredient has been established against a "broad spectrum of microorganisms" including bacteria, yeast and mold, Procter & Gamble told FDA in a citizen petition submitted Sept. 5.
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