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Kor J Aesthet Cosmetol > Volume 9(2); 2011 > Article
20대 젊은 여성의 피부유형에 따른 식이섭취와 혈중지질농도
최성임, 임나리, 배현숙
Food Intake, Blood Lipid Concentration by Skin Types of Women in 20s
Sung-Im Choi, Na-Ri Im, Hyun-Sook Bae
Although it is known that nutritional conditions affect the skin function, little information is available on the effect of dietary intake. This study was performed to compare nutritional intake and serum lipid profile by skin types in 50 female subjects in their 20's. The skin type was divided into Dry skin, Mixed skin, and Oily skin, and the dry skin group was 14%, the mixed skin group was 56%, and the oily skin group was 30% of all subjects. Significant differences were not observed in energy and nutrient intakes by skin type. But, fat intake(saturated fatty acid, mono unsaturated fatty acid, cholesterol) in the Dry skin group was tended to higher than Mixed and Oily skin groups. The concentrations of serum lipids such as total cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol, LDL-cholesterol were not significantly different among groups. The sebum contents of the chin showed a significant positive correlation(r=0.280, p<0.05). With these results, it is considered that the basic condition of nutritional status can affect the skin health. The possibility to control skin function by diet or neutriceutical intervention is suggested.
Key words: Skin types, Intake, HDL-cholesterol, LDL-cholesterol, Total-cholesterol
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