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JP2004155720A
JP2004155720A JP2002323492A JP2002323492A JP2004155720A JP 2004155720 A JP2004155720 A JP 2004155720A JP 2002323492 A JP2002323492 A JP 2002323492A JP 2002323492 A JP2002323492 A JP 2002323492A JP 2004155720 A JP2004155720 A JP 2004155720A
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Masachika Hattori
優親 服部
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Masachika Hattori
Yamagata Tomoji
山県 友次
優親 服部
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a pack preparation suitable for a beautification method by coating the pack preparation on the skin, and adsorbing and removing the coated pack preparation from the skin by a magnet. <P>SOLUTION: The pack preparation is obtained by formulating a coated iron powder. The coating of the iron powder is preferably a colored coating. The content of the coated iron powder is preferably 55-80 wt.%. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2004,JPO

Description

[0001]
TECHNICAL FIELD OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to a pack, and more particularly, to a pack that can be applied to the skin and then absorbed and removed from the skin by a magnet.
[0002]
[Prior art]
As a pack for the purpose of beauty, a cream-type pack containing a film-forming agent is applied to the skin, dried, and then the pack is peeled off from the skin. A type in which the pack is washed off with water after the agent is applied to the skin is conventionally known. However, any type of pack has a problem that it takes time and effort to remove the pack from the skin.
[0003]
In order to solve the above-mentioned problems, the present inventor has proposed a cosmetic method in which a pack containing a magnetic fluid is applied to the skin, and the pack is adsorbed and removed from the skin with a magnet (Japanese Patent Application No. 2002-214568). 2001-403108).
[0004]
According to this cosmetic method, after applying the magnetic fluid-containing pack to the skin, the pack can be easily and quickly adsorbed and removed from the skin simply by bringing the magnet close to the skin.
[0005]
By the way, as a pack agent, one containing a magnetic powder for the purpose of promoting blood circulation of the skin is known (for example, see Patent Documents 1 and 2 below).
[0006]
[Patent Document 1]
JP-A-63-1-7910
[Patent Document 2]
JP-A-4-108710
[Problems to be solved by the invention]
However, since the above-mentioned conventional pack is prepared only for the purpose of promoting blood circulation of the skin by the magnetic action of the magnetic substance powder, it is not suitable for the above-mentioned cosmetic method and is used as it is. I couldn't do that.
[0009]
An object of the present invention is to provide a pack suitable for a novel cosmetic method in which a pack is applied to the skin and then the pack is absorbed and removed from the skin by a magnet.
[0010]
Means for Solving the Problems and Effects of the Invention
The pack agent according to the present invention is a pack agent that can be adsorbed and removed from the skin by a magnet after being applied to the skin, and is characterized by containing coated iron powder.
[0011]
Since the iron powder blended in the pack acts as a ferromagnetic material, the pack can be applied to the skin and then absorbed and removed from the skin by a magnet. Moreover, since the iron powder is coated, there is no possibility that the iron powder comes into direct contact with air or moisture to cause rust, and the quality of the pack is not impaired.
[0012]
In the pack according to the present invention, iron powder is preferably colored and coated.
[0013]
Since the iron powder is originally gray in color, if it is blended as it is, the color of the pack will also be gray, and the appearance is not very good. In addition, conventional general packs are also limited to those having a transparent color, white color, green color, or muddy color. Thus, as described above, if a colored coating is applied to iron powder, a colorful packing agent, which has not been seen before, can be obtained, and thereby the commercial value can be increased.
[0014]
In the above, the coloring coating agent may be silicon containing a pigment. Natural pigments such as turmeric and gardenia are preferably used as the pigments to be mixed with the silicone. However, artificial pigments such as cosmetic legal pigments can be used instead of or in addition to the natural pigments. Usually, silicon having a particle size of about 0.01 to 0.2 μm is used.
[0015]
In the above case, the coloring coating agent may be gold. By coating the iron powder with gold, a golden pack having a luxurious image is obtained, and the commercial value is enhanced. In addition, by coating the iron powder with gold, an effect of preventing corrosion of the iron powder is obtained, and the pack becomes a skin-friendly pack agent. Gold having a particle size of about 0.03 to 0.1 μm is generally used as a coloring coating agent.
[0016]
In the pack according to the present invention, the compounding ratio of the coated iron powder is preferably 55 to 80% by weight.
[0017]
If the compounding ratio of the iron powder is less than 55% by weight, adsorption and removal of the pack agent by the magnet may be incomplete, and a part of the pack agent may remain on the skin. On the other hand, if the compounding ratio of the iron powder exceeds 80% by weight, the feel when applying the pack agent to the skin is not good.
[0018]
In the pack according to the present invention, the particle size of the iron powder is preferably 40 to 90 µm.
[0019]
If the particle size of the iron powder is less than 40 μm, the adsorbing and removing of the pack agent by the magnet will not be successful. On the other hand, if the particle size of the iron powder exceeds 90 μm, the feel when applied to the skin is not good.
[0020]
In the pack according to the present invention, the purity of the iron powder is preferably 90 to 98%.
[0021]
If the purity of the iron powder is less than 90%, adsorption and removal of the pack agent by the magnet will not be successful. On the other hand, if the purity of the iron powder exceeds 98%, a special technique is required for its production, which causes a cost increase.
[0022]
In the pack according to the invention, it is preferred that all pack components, which are adjusted to 0% moisture, ie, including the coated iron powder, are non-aqueous.
[0023]
Since the conventional magnetic material-containing pack agent always contained moisture (see Patent Documents 1 and 2), rust was easily generated on the magnetic material. Therefore, if the pack is adjusted to 0% moisture as described above, it is possible to reliably prevent rust from being generated in the iron powder in the pack and to maintain the quality of the pack over a long period of time. Become.
[0024]
Examples of the pack component other than iron powder include a base, a coagulant, an emulsifier, a pH adjuster, a humectant, a skin protectant, an antioxidant, an ultraviolet absorber, and various other beautiful skin components. . These components can be appropriately selected and used from non-aqueous ones among the usual components of a pack agent.
[0025]
If the pack according to the present invention is applied to the skin such as the face and then a little time is left, the moisturizing component and the whitening component in the pack permeate the skin. Thereafter, when the magnet is brought close to the skin to which the pack agent has been applied, the remaining pack agent components including iron powder are adsorbed by the magnet and removed from the skin. At this time, fine particles and various germs that do not fall off by normal face washing are removed from the skin together with the pack, so that an excellent skin effect that cannot be obtained by the conventional beauty pack method can be obtained.
[0026]
Removal of the pack from the skin is performed by a magnet. As the magnet, the magnetic force on the surface is preferably about 1800 to 4000 Gauss (more preferably about 2300 to 3800 Gauss), and the magnetic force at a point 1 cm away from the surface is preferably 700 to 1500 Gauss (more preferably). Is about 880 to 900 gauss).
[0027]
If the packing material is directly adsorbed on the surface of the magnet, the removal of the packing material is troublesome. For example, after the surface of the magnet is covered with a pad made of a magnetic resin sheet, the packing material is removed. Good.
[0028]
【Example】
Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in more detail with reference to examples.
[0029]
Example 1
A pack was prepared by mixing the components shown in Table 1 below.
[Table 1]
[0030]
Specifically, first, iron oxide having a purity of 90 to 98% and a particle size of about 70 μm, which is colored and coated with silicon having a particle size of about 0.2 μm mixed with gardenia yellow pigment, is mixed with iron powder to be added to a pack. Prepared in advance.
[0031]
Then, stearic acid, dextrin palmitate, sorbitan sesquioleate, squalane, olive oil, tocopherol nicotinate and hinokitiol were stirred at a temperature of 80 ° C. When the temperature dropped to 70 ° C., tourmaline and titanium oxide were added thereto, followed by further stirring.
[0032]
When the above components were sufficiently mixed, the silicon-coated iron powder was added little by little, and stirring was continued until the temperature dropped to 40 ° C. Then, it was stored at room temperature for about 1 day to prepare a stable creamy pack. This pack became a bright yellow one.
[0033]
When the pack is prepared using the pack thus obtained, it is desirable to wash the face with a normal facial cleanser or lotion in advance to remove dust, sebum, sweat, etc. attached to the skin.
[0034]
Then, the pack is applied to the face and other parts of the skin in an appropriate amount. If left for a few minutes, moisturizing and whitening ingredients such as squalane contained in the pack penetrate the skin.
[0035]
For removing the pack agent, for example, a stick-shaped pack agent remover provided with a magnet at one end or both ends can be used. Specifically, when the magnet of the pack remover is brought close to the skin to about 0.5 to 2 cm, the pack excluding the penetrating component is instantly adsorbed by the magnetic force of the magnet, and is removed cleanly from the skin. Further, at this time, fine particles and germs which have not fallen off by normal face washing are removed together with the pack. In this manner, when the pack is prepared by using the above-mentioned pack agent, an excellent skin effect which cannot be obtained by the conventional pack can be obtained.
[0036]
In addition, after removing the pack, attach a pad or cotton to the magnet of the pack remover and put the skin on it, and the magnetic force of the magnet will cause ionization, which will stimulate the activation of skin cells. It is effective in preventing and improving fine lines and sagging. It also leads to a faster turnover cycle of skin cells.
[0037]
Example 2
A pack was prepared by mixing the components shown in Table 2 below.
[Table 2]
[0038]
Specifically, first, iron oxide having a purity of 90 to 98% and a particle size of about 70 μm, which was colored and coated with gold powder having a particle size of about 0.03 μm, was prepared in advance as iron powder to be mixed with the pack.
[0039]
Then, squalane, rice germ oil, stearic acid, sorbitan sesquioleate, dextrin palmitate and hinokitiol were stirred at a temperature of 80 ° C. When the temperature dropped to 70 ° C., tourmaline and titanium oxide were added thereto, followed by stirring, and then ascorbyl dipalmitate was further added, followed by stirring and mixing.
[0040]
When the above blends were sufficiently mixed, the iron powder coated with gold powder was added little by little and mixed with stirring. Stirring was continued until the temperature dropped to 40 ° C. Then, it was stored at room temperature for about 1 day to prepare a stable creamy pack.
[0041]
This pack had a luxurious atmosphere of golden color. The compounding ratio of titanium oxide in Example 1 was 1% (see Table 1), whereas the compounding ratio of titanium oxide in Example 2 was 2.2% (see Table 2). This is because by increasing the blending ratio of titanium oxide, the entire pack agent is made whitish, thereby making the color of the gold powder look vivid.
[0042]
Packing was performed in the same manner as in Example 1 using the pack agent thus obtained, and the same effect as in Example 1 was obtained.

Claims (8)

  1. A pack agent that can be absorbed and removed from the skin by a magnet after being applied to the skin, wherein the pack agent contains coated iron powder.
  2. The pack according to claim 1, wherein the iron powder is colored.
  3. The pack agent according to claim 2, wherein the coloring coating agent is silicon containing a pigment.
  4. The pack according to claim 2, wherein the coloring coating agent is gold.
  5. The pack according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the compounding ratio of the coated iron powder is 55 to 80% by weight.
  6. The pack according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the particle size of the iron powder is 40 to 90 µm.
  7. The pack according to any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein the purity of the iron powder is 90 to 98%.
  8. The pack according to any one of claims 1 to 7, wherein the pack is adjusted to have a water content of 0%.
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