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Kor J Aesthet Cosmetol > Volume 9(4); 2011 > Article
참깨 오일의 피부 적용이 노화 건성 피부의 상태 변화에 미치는 영향
송영아, 안홍석
Influence in application of sesame seed oil to the skin on a change in the aging and dry skin condition
Young-Ah Song, Hong-Seok Ahn
This study is a clinical research in order to examine whether the sesame seed oil can have influence upon a change in skin condition even through a method of applying to the skin in a human body. This study targeted 24 adult women in their 40s~50s who were confirmed to have the dry skin condition. To examine a change in the skin condition, We made the the group carry out self-application everyday and take facial massage using sesame seed oil once a week, it carried out for 8 weeks. For the experiment, We divided subjects into 3 groups - applying sesame oil group, sesame-mineral oil group, and mineral oil group. and We measured the skin condition - sebum variance, moisture variance, change in keratin, pigmentation level - before and after the experiment. The results of this study are as follows;. Antioxidant ability in sesame seed oil was the higher level than mineral oil or jojoba oil, which is in common use for skin care. Skin condition has improved in mixed oil group and sesame oil group than mineral oil group. In the Research subjects' satisfaction after clinic, statistically significant difference was indicated in all items. In all items, the satisfaction of the group with mixed oil and the group with sesame seed oil was higher(p<0.05) compared to the group with mineral oil.
Key words: Sesame seed oil, Aging and dry skin, Anti-aging, Lignan, Tocopherol
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