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Kor J Aesthet Cosmetol > Volume 12(4); 2014 > Article
Kor J Aesthet Cosmetol 2014;12(4): 526-531.
샴푸와 미스트가 지루성 지성두피에 미치는 영향
이지민, 김주섭
The Effect of Shampoo and Mist on the Seborrheic Oil Scalp
Ji-Min Lee, Ju-Sub Kim
ABSTRACT
This study aimed to understand how a shampoo and a mist personally designed by the study would affect the conditions of the seborrheic oily scalp. In order to observe any positive change in the scalp, the study measured both the conditions and the oil-moisture level of the scalp. The study expected that the participants in the clinical test will help it to know how the shampoo and the mist would improve the conditions of the scalps, which was, in other words, the benefits of the two scalp improvement agents. Regarding the research methods, the study applied the scalp improvement shampoo and Q31 (a mist for the oily scalp) that the study had personally created to these five research participants who have been suffering from the oily scalp. In terms of the measuring process, using Digital Scope, the study looked into how the scalp had improved and in order to measure the rate of change in terms of the oil-moisture level, the study used on COSMOMED (Germany), Sebumeter. According to the findings from the investigation, the amount of moisture improved while the oiliness significantly decreased. The study also learned that how efficiently the scalp had been exfoliated. In addition, it appeared that the scalp improvement agents remove impurities around the pores. In the light of what has been learned so far, the study confirmed that both the shampoo and the mist for the oil scalp invented by the study make positive changes in the conditions of the scalp.
Key words: Shampoo, Sebum, Moisture, Seborrheic, Oil Scalp
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