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Kor J Aesthet Cosmetol > Volume 8(4); 2010 > Article
세안화장품 사용에 따른 20대 여대생의 피부상태 연구
임선형, 곽선순, 김애경
A Study on Skin Conditions by Water-Soluble Cleansers
Seon-Hyeong Im, Seon-Sun Kwak, Ae-Kyoung Kim
This study analyzed skin conditions by cleanser types and investigated subjective satisfaction following each test in order to see the effects of cleansers applied at the cleansing stage deciding effectiveness of general skin care on the skin of female university students in their twenties. 28 female university students in Seoul, who were now found to have no skin disease, no acne, no edematous skin disease, and no dermatitis by inquiries and ocular inspections, participated in this study; for this purpose of measuring skin conditions accurately by cleanser types, they were asked to use the same blemish balm cream by Company A and compressed foundation by Company P as before the test. As for methodology, all of the 28 participants were asked to use the selected four types, such as cleansing lotion, cleansing oil, cleansing water, and cleansing gel, which needed no double cleansing, and then moisture, oil, pH, and the moisture evaporation rate in the skin were examined by using MPA5 580. Moisture and oil was highest with cleansing oil and lowest with cleaning water. pH was highest with cleansing gel and lowest with cleansing water. The moisture evaporation rate was highest with cleansing lotion and lowest with cleansing water, which was not significant. The results of this study demonstrate that cleansing oil containing much oil is good for dry and aged skin, while cleansing water and cleansing gel containing little oil are good for oily and acne-prone skin. This is identical with the purpose of this study that selection of a cleanser must depend on skin types.
Key words: Facial skin health, Cleansing, Skin moisture and oil, pH, Moisture evaporation rate
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