English  |  正體中文  |  简体中文  |  Items with full text/Total items : 16702/18989 (88%)
Visitors : 5526295      Online Users : 37
RC Version 7.0 © Powered By DSPACE, MIT. Enhanced by NTU Library IR team.
Scope Tips:
  • please add "double quotation mark" for query phrases to get precise results
  • please goto advance search for comprehansive author search
  • Adv. Search
    HomeLoginUploadHelpAboutAdminister Goto mobile version
    Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://ir.cnu.edu.tw/handle/310902800/27182


    標題: 面膜材質對肌膚保養之有效性評估研究
    Assessments of the Facial Mask Materials in Skin Care
    作者: 李招冠
    貢獻者: 化粧品應用與管理系暨化粧品科技研究所
    楊朝成
    關鍵字: 面膜
    皮膚保養
    面膜精華液
    facial mask
    skin care
    mask liquids
    日期: 2013
    上傳時間: 2014-03-07 13:55:33 (UTC+8)
    摘要: 本研究主要探討各類面膜材質,是否會影響皮膚保養的成效,實驗採用不同材質的面膜加入相同的面膜液,經由實際人體膚質試驗,利用VISIA微析皮膚影像分析儀及三合一皮膚水分檢測儀,進行各項膚質檢測,探討不同材質的面膜對於肌膚的保養成效之差異性。 本實驗挑選六種一般市售常用之面膜材質(開放架、網路),分別為:不織布、生物纖維、羽絲絨、竹炭、紙纖、彈性拉提面膜等,作為本次研究的基質。本研究人體膚質測試總人數為70個人,任意分成七組,每組各安排10位測試者,於試驗前先進行裸膚膚質測試,之後,測試者每星期敷2次面膜,每週進行一次膚質測試,為期四週。另外,對照組以每日早晚擦拭面膜液為期四週,取四次擦拭後的數據。 六種不同面膜材質進行敷面測試後,發現面膜皆優於只塗抹面膜液的效果,而不同材質面膜也顯示明顯的肌膚保養成效;其中,水份檢測部份六種面膜都有明顯的進步,肌膚改善效果大約有6 A.C.U.~ 18 A.C.U. ,其中以彈力拉提面膜18 A.C.U. 表現最佳,而紙纖及羽絲絨面膜改善只有6 A.C.U. ;斑點檢測大約為7 % ~ 11 %的進步率,以彈力拉提面膜的改善效果11%為最好,羽絲絨面膜改善效果7%為最差;皺紋檢測大約13% ~ 22%,以竹碳面膜的改善效果22%最好,羽絲絨面膜改善13%為最差;紋理檢測大約8% ~ 16%,以不織布面膜的進步效果最好有16%,紙纖改善8%為最差。總體而言,這六種面膜中以竹炭面膜表現最好,而羽絲絨及紙纖材質的表現效果最不佳,由測試結果可看見面膜材質的高低價位,並不一定是高成效的保證,本研究結果,可提供化粧品業者未來開發面膜的材質之選用參考,也讓消費者未來選購面膜之依據。
    The aim of study was to investigate the effectiveness of skin care by using several different types of facial mask materials. By utilizing VISIA analyzer and triple skin detector, the skin analysis were performed. Mask liquids were added to six materials for experimental human skin testing.Six commercially available facial mask materials, non-woven, bio cellulose, viceral, bamboo charcoal, wood pulp, elastch lahti mask, were selected for experiments in this study. A total of 70 individuals were randomly divided into seven groups, each group containing 10 participants, for human skin testing. Participants were treated with one selected type of facial mask material twice a week, and the skin analysis were carry out weekly for one month period. In addition, the control group, participants were only treated with mask liquids, and the skin analysis was performed in the same way. After treating the facial masks containing these testing materials, we found that these six different types of materials improve the effectiveness of skin care significantly. The results of moisture detection showed that the six materials significant improved the skin moisture (increase range from 6 A.C.U.to 18 A.C.U.). Among these materials, elastch lahti mask showed the best performance of 18 A.C.U.; and the worst , wood pulp mask and viceral mask, only increased by 6 A.C.U.. Spot detection analysis indicated that the improvements are about 7% ~ 11% of these materials. The elastch lahti mask showed the best performance (the rate of progress is 11%), and the wood pulp mask showed the worst performance (the rate of progress is 7%). The results of Wrinkles detection showed that the improvements of these materials are 13% ~ 22%. The best one is bamboo charcoal mask (improved 22%),and the worst one is progress mask(improved 13%). The Texture detection showed that the improvements is about 8% ~ 16%. The best one is non-woven mask (improved 16%) and the worst one is wood pulp improved 8%). In summary, among the six facial masks, bamboo charcoal mask showed the best performance, and poor one is the wood pulp mask material. The experimental results indicated that the cost and the effectiveness of these facial mask materials are unrelated. The study would provide evidences for development of the mask material selection in cosmetics industry in the future, and the references for consumers.
    關聯: 電子期刊公開日期:20150717,學年度:101,104頁
    Appears in Collections:[化妝品應用與管理系(所)] 博碩士論文

    Files in This Item:

    File Description SizeFormat
    101CNUP0115011-001.pdf3248KbAdobe PDF12165View/Open
    index.html0KbHTML292View/Open


    All items in CNU IR are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved.


    DSpace Software Copyright © 2002-2004  MIT &  Hewlett-Packard  /   Enhanced by   NTU Library IR team Copyright ©   - Feedback