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Kor J Aesthet Cosmetol 2014;12(1): 25-31.
필링의 종류에 따른 효능분석과 피부유형이나 상태에 따른 필링의 적용 및 사후관리에 관한 고찰
한도숙, 김현정
Efficacy Analysis of Peeling Types, the Application of Peeling in accordance with Skin Types or Conditions and Review of Follow-up Management
Do-Sook Han, Hyun-Jung Kim
This study focused on domestic studies that beauty care experts have conducted; to compare efficacy of peeling types; to evaluate selection and application of peeling type in consideration of personal characteristics; and to review studies concerning enhancement of the peeling effects that have been newly applied as well as studies regarding follow-up management. The scope of this study was limited to scaling and medical peeling that skin care experts are practically contact with in work field. Among chemical peelings, glycolic acid peeling is suitable to improve dry skin being lack of water and oil nature and to control oily skin, combination skin, and sebum of acne-prone skin. Amino acid peeling is appropriate for subjects with pigmentation problems including spots and freckles and lactic acid peeling fits to sensitive skin, especially to pain, and needing wateroil balance. Ascorbic acid peeling inhibits the production of melanin and promotes the synthesis of collagen, indicating necessity of additional study taking into consideration characteristics as an antioxidant. Among physical peelings, the diamond peeling is useful for an application to skins with sensitive skin and subjects with various complex skin problems while crystal peeling is suitable for subjects who are in need of wrinkle improvement but need to maintain daily life. Seaweed peeling or herbal peeling is considered to produce effective results when they are mixed with ingredients or solvents depending on skin types or conditions of subjects. The researcher suggests a necessity to standardize peeling levels by various types of peelings, and also expects that a variety of studies concerning peeling types; repeated study to examine peeling effects; and new researches to investigate enhancement of peeling and side-effect control are conducted in various ways.
Key words: Peeling, Chemical peelings, Physical peelings
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