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JP4460348B2
JP4460348B2 JP2004130811A JP2004130811A JP4460348B2 JP 4460348 B2 JP4460348 B2 JP 4460348B2 JP 2004130811 A JP2004130811 A JP 2004130811A JP 2004130811 A JP2004130811 A JP 2004130811A JP 4460348 B2 JP4460348 B2 JP 4460348B2
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  The present invention relates to a pack remover for adsorbing and removing a magnetic substance-containing pack applied to skin from the skin by the magnetic force of a magnet.

  The present inventor, as a new beauty method that does not take time and effort to remove the applied pack agent from the skin, after applying a pack agent containing a magnetic substance such as magnetic fluid or iron powder to the skin, the pack The method of adsorbing and removing the agent from the skin with a magnet was previously proposed (see Patent Document 1 below). According to this cosmetic method, after applying the magnetic substance-containing pack agent to the skin, the pack agent can be easily adsorbed and removed from the skin in a short time simply by bringing the magnet close to the skin.

Further, the present inventor, as a pack adsorber used in the cosmetic method described above, a remover body having a magnet attached to the upper end, and a cap fitted over the upper end of the remover body so as to cover the magnet And a magnetic material-containing pack applied to the skin is adsorbed on the surface of the top wall of the cap by the magnetic force of the magnet (paragraph number 0009 and figure of Patent Document 1 below). 3).

  Since the above pack agent remover adsorbs the pack agent on the top wall surface of the cap, removing the cap from the remover body removes the pack agent adhering to the top wall surface relatively easily. can do.

  However, in the case of the above pack agent remover, the pack agent may adhere to fingers, clothes, etc. when removing the cap with the pack agent adsorbed on the top wall surface from the remover body. . Moreover, when the pack agent apply | coated to skin cannot be adsorb | sucked at once, it was necessary to repeat the operation | work of removing a cap from a remover main body, wiping off a pack agent, and fitting a cap again, and was troublesome.

  Further, when the cap is completely removed from the main body of the remover, the magnetic force does not act at all, so that the pack agent may be dripped from the top wall surface of the cap.

Furthermore, as a magnet attached to the upper end of the remover main body, for example, a magnet having a relatively strong magnetic force of about 3500 gauss is used. Therefore, when the above pack remover is carried in a bag or the like, the distance between the magnet and the top wall of the cap is very close even if the cap is fitted on the upper end of the remover body. Therefore, there is a possibility that the magnetic force of the magnet may affect and affect the magnetic card or the like as another portable product.
Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2003-199620

An object of the present invention, was applied to the skin magnetic compounding pack agent, a pack agent remover for adsorbing and removing from the skin by the magnetic force, can be removed from the more easily remover adsorbed pack agent, also mobile It is to provide a suitable one.

The pack agent remover of the present invention includes a remover main body in which a grip part protrudes in a radial direction from a lower end of a cylindrical part, a magnet fitted and fixed to the cylindrical part of the remover main body from above, and the magnet from above. It consists of a cap fitted so that it can be moved up and down and turned to the cylindrical part of the remover body so as to cover,

While forming a pair of protrusions at diametrically symmetrical positions at the lower end of the inner surface of the peripheral wall portion of the cap,

The cap movement guide groove that engages with each protrusion is formed corresponding to the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical portion of the remover body, and

Each moving guide groove is formed as an inclined groove extending obliquely upward from the lowest level of the cylindrical portion, a first locking portion at the lower end of the inclined groove, and a second locking portion at least at one level of the upper end. Each formed

By rotating the cap so as to move downward along the inclined groove portion on the main body side of the remover and engaging the protrusions on the cap side with the first locking portions, the cap has its circular top. While holding at a position where the magnetic substance-containing pack agent can be adsorbed on the surface of the wall,

Similarly, the cap is rotated so that the cap moves in the opposite upward direction along the inclined groove portion on the main body side of the remover, and the cap-side protrusion is engaged with each of the second locking portions, so that the cap is It is characterized in that it is set so that the pack agent adsorbed on the surface of the wall portion can be wiped off.

According to said structure, by rotating a cap and moving the protrusion to the lower position which engages with the 1st latching | locking part, the pack agent can be adsorbed to the top wall part surface. Further, the pack agent attached to the top wall can be wiped off by moving the protrusion to an upper position where the protrusion engages with the second locking portion. Therefore, it is not necessary to hold the cap by hand when the pack agent is adsorbed and when the pack agent is wiped off.

In the above case, the inner surface of the peripheral wall portion of the cap and the outer peripheral surface of the remover body opposite to the cap each have a circular cross section, and the first locking portion in the cap moving guide groove and the second locking portion closest thereto The part between the two is an inclined groove extending in an oblique direction so that the protrusion moves between the locking parts by rotating the cap in the required direction with respect to the remover main body. .

Thus, by rotating the cap in the required direction, the protrusion can be moved between the first locking portion and the second locking portion closest to the first locking portion, so that the cap can be easily slid. Become. In particular, when the cap is moved from a state where the pack agent is adsorbed on the surface of the top wall portion to a state where the pack agent can be wiped off, if the operation for that is complicated, Although there is a risk of sticking to a finger or the like, there is no such worry because it can be moved only by the turning operation of the cap as described above.

In the above, at least one second locking portion may be provided, but a plurality of second locking portions are formed so as to engage with the protrusions at a plurality of levels so that the distance between the top wall portion of the cap and the magnet increases stepwise. If it is done, the position of the cap where the wiping operation can be performed more easily and safely can be appropriately selected according to the amount of the pack agent adhered to the surface of the top wall portion.

Further, in the above case, on the outer surface of the peripheral wall portion of the cap, in order to make it easier for the user to grasp which locking portion the projection is engaged in other words, which movement position the cap is in, At least one first display portion is formed, and a second display portion adjacent to each first display portion is disposed on the outer peripheral surface of the remover body when the protrusion is engaged with each locking portion. It is preferable to form it.

The remover main body in the pack agent remover of the present invention is formed so as to protrude radially outward from the lower end portion of the cylindrical portion and the cylindrical portion having the magnet mounting portion at the upper end portion, and the palm is the upper end of the cylindrical portion. And a grip portion that can be gripped with one hand so as to face the side.

In the above case, if the gripping part is held with one hand, the palm of the hand will face the upper end side of the cylindrical part, that is, the top wall part side of the cap. When adsorbing on the surface, the work becomes easy. In the above case, since the length of the entire remover can be made relatively short, it is convenient for carrying.

Next, an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to FIGS.

As shown in FIGS. 1 to 3, the pack remover (1) of the present invention covers the remover body (2) with the magnet (3) attached to the upper end and the magnet (3). And a cap (4) fitted on the remover body (2).

The remover main body (2) and the cap (4) are integrally formed with synthetic resin such as acrylic resin or ABS resin, for example.

The remover body (2) includes a cylindrical portion (21) having a magnet mounting portion (210) at an upper end portion, and a gripping portion formed so as to protrude radially outward from the lower end portion of the cylindrical portion (21). 22).

The cylindrical portion (21) is formed with a horizontal annular step near the upper end of its inner peripheral surface, and the upper portion of the step is a magnet mounting portion (210). As shown in FIG. 2, the lower end opening of the cylindrical part (21) is closed by the bottom wall part (23).

The grip portion (22) is a skirt having an outer diameter that gradually increases toward the lower end, and a plurality of arc-shaped recesses having a size that can fit a fingertip of a gripping hand on the outer peripheral portion thereof. (221) are formed at equal intervals in the circumferential direction. The gripping part (22) can be held with one hand so that the palm faces the upper end side of the cylindrical part (21) (see FIG. 7).

The magnet (3) is a permanent magnet such as a ferrite magnet which is formed in a disk shape and has a magnetic force of about 1800 to 4000 gauss (preferably about 2300 to 3800 gauss, typically about 3500 gauss) on the surface. It becomes more. The magnet (3) is fitted from above into the magnet mounting portion (210) of the remover body (2) and is fixed by an adhesive or the like. As shown in FIG. 2, a disk-shaped yoke (5) is disposed on the back side of the magnet (3).

The cap (4) includes a circular top wall portion (41) and a peripheral wall portion (42) extending downward from the periphery of the top wall portion (41). The surface of the top wall portion (41) serves as a pack agent adsorption surface for adsorbing the magnetic substance-containing pack agent (P) applied to the skin by the magnetic force of the magnet (3). The peripheral wall portion (42) has an inner diameter that is slightly larger than the outer diameter of the cylindrical portion (21), and has a height approximately half the height of the cylindrical portion (21). On the inner surface of the peripheral wall portion (42), a plurality of spacing holding ridge portions (422) extending in the vertical direction and having a convex arc shape in cross section are formed at equal intervals in the circumferential direction. With the above configuration, the cap (4) can move in the vertical direction with respect to the remover main body (2) by substantially the length of the peripheral wall portion (42).

On the inner surface of the peripheral wall portion (42) of the cap (4), a pair (two in total) of projections (421) are formed at diametrically symmetrical positions at the lower end portion.

On the other hand, on the upper outer surface of the cylindrical portion (21) of the remover body (2) facing the inner surface of the peripheral wall portion (42) of the cap (4), two movement guide grooves for guiding the two protrusions (421), respectively. (211) is formed. As shown in FIG. 3, the cap movement guide groove (211) has an inclined groove portion (211a) extending obliquely upward from the lowest level of the upper outer surface of the cylindrical portion (21) toward the right in the figure, A lower horizontal groove (branch) (211b) that extends short from the upper end of the inclined groove (211a) to the right in FIG. 3, and a lower vertical groove (211c) that extends upward from the upper end of the inclined groove (211a); From the upper end of the lower vertical groove portion (211c), the upper horizontal groove portion (branching portion) (211d) that extends short in both the left and right directions in FIG. 3, and the upper horizontal groove portion (211d) from the left end in FIG. 3 to the upper end of the cylindrical portion (21) And an upper vertical groove (211e) extending short toward the front. The upper end of the upper vertical groove (211e) is open upward.

A first locking portion (212) is formed at the lower end of each movement guide groove (211), that is, at the lower end of the inclined groove portion (211a). The first locking portion (212) is engaged with the protrusion (421) to hold the cap (4) at a position where the pack agent (P) can be adsorbed on the surface of the top wall portion (41). To do. The first locking portion (212) is formed by a lower end wall of the inclined groove portion (211a) and a convex portion (215) formed on the bottom wall portion of the inclined groove portion (211a) slightly obliquely upward from this. Yes. The convex part (215) is made lower than the depth of the inclined groove part (211a).

In a state where the protrusion (421) is engaged with the first locking portion (212), as shown in FIG. 2, the top wall portion (41) of the cap (4) abuts on the surface of the magnet (3) (or The magnetic force emitted from the magnet (3) is most likely to act on the surface of the top wall (41) of the cap (4).

Moreover, the 2nd latching | locking part (213a) (213b) is formed in two levels above the 1st latching | locking part (212) in each movement guide groove (211). The second locking portions (213a) and (213b) are engaged with the protrusions (421), so that the pack agent (P) attached to the surface of the top wall portion (41) of the cap (4) is wiped off. It is held in a possible position.

The lower second locking portion (213a) is formed by an end wall on the right side of FIG. 2 in the lower horizontal groove portion (211b) and a convex portion (215) formed on the bottom wall portion slightly leftward from this. Is formed. The upper second locking portion (213b) is formed by the end wall on the right side of FIG. 2 in the upper horizontal groove portion (211d) and the convex portion (215) formed on the bottom wall portion slightly leftward from this. Has been. These convex parts (215) are made lower than the depth of each horizontal groove part (211b) (211d).

In a state where the protrusion (421) is engaged with the lower second locking portion (213a), the top wall portion (41) of the cap (4) is separated from the surface of the magnet (3) as shown in FIG. (X1) is separated, and this reduces the magnetic force of the magnet that acts on the top wall (41) surface of the cap (4).

Further, in a state where the protrusion (421) is engaged with the upper second locking portion (213b), as shown in FIGS. 5 and 6, the top wall portion (41) of the cap (4) and the magnet (3) The distance (X2) to the surface of the magnet (3) is larger than the same distance (X1) in the state shown in FIG. 4, whereby the magnet (3) acting on the surface of the top wall (41) of the cap (4) The magnetic force of becomes even weaker.

A total of two first display portions (424) are formed on the outer surface of the peripheral wall portion (42) of the cap (4). On the other hand, on the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical portion (21) of the remover main body (2), when the projection (421) is engaged with the respective locking portions (212) (213a) (213b), the first display portions ( 424) and a total of six second display portions (217) adjacent to each other are formed.

The first display portion (424) is configured by a vertically rectangular convex portion formed at a diametrically symmetrical position of the lower edge portion on the outer surface of the peripheral wall portion (42) of the cap (4). The second display portion (217) is formed by a circular recess formed in the lower portion of each locking portion (212) (213a) (213b) on the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical portion (21) of the remover body (2). It is configured. The user confirms which of the second display portions (217) the first display portion (424) is adjacent to, thereby determining which locking portion (212) (213a) (213b) the protrusion (421) is. ), In other words, it is possible to easily know in which moving position the cap (4) is located.

As the magnetic substance-containing pack agent (P), for example, about 55 to 80% by weight of iron powder (magnetic substance) coated with silicon or the like is blended, and the balance is a base, a coagulant, an emulsifier, a pH adjuster, , Moisturizers, skin protectants, antioxidants, ultraviolet absorbers, and other various skin-beautifying components are used. In the above, components other than iron powder are used by appropriately selecting from non-aqueous components among ordinary pack agent blending components.

The pack agent remover (1) is used as follows, for example. That is, first, when the magnetic substance-containing pack agent (P) applied to the skin is removed by adsorption from the skin, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the protrusion (421) has the first locking portion (212). The cap (4) is moved to a lower position that engages with the cap, and as shown in FIG. 7, the gripping part (22) is held with one hand, and the top wall part (41) of the cap (4) is held on the skin. Move closer to. If it does so, the magnetic body mixing | blending pack agent (P) applied to skin will be adsorb | sucked by the top wall part (41) surface of a cap (4) with the magnetic force of a magnet (3).

When a certain amount of the pack agent (P) adheres to the surface of the top wall portion (41) of the cap (4), it is necessary to wipe it off. In this case, as shown in FIG. The cap (4) is pulled up to a position where it engages with the second locking portion (213a) on the side. At this time, the movement guide groove (211) connecting the first locking portion (212) and the lower second locking portion (213a) is mainly constituted by the inclined groove portion (211a). In order to move (421) to the lower second locking portion (213a), hold the peripheral wall portion (42) of the cap (4) with the hand that does not have the gripping portion (22), and It is only necessary to rotate 4) in a predetermined direction. Therefore, the moving operation is easy, and there is no worry that the pack agent (P) adheres to fingers or clothes of the hand.

Further, when the protrusion (421) engages with the lower second locking portion (213a), the protrusion (421) gets over the convex portion (215), and a click feeling is obtained, and the first display portion Since (424) is adjacent to the lower second display portion (217) below the lower second locking portion (213a), the user can thereby make the protrusion (421) the lower second locking portion. (213a) can be confirmed to be engaged.

By moving the cap (4) to the above-mentioned lifting position, the top wall (41) of the cap (4) is separated from the surface of the magnet (3) by a distance (X1), and the acting magnetic force is weakened. (P) can be easily wiped from the surface of the top wall (41) of the cap (4). Further, at this position, even if the pack agent remover (1) is turned sideways or downward, a weak magnetic force is applied so that the pack agent (P) does not drop or fall off, so that the wiping operation can be performed with confidence.

Further, when the amount of the pack agent (P) adsorbed on the surface of the top wall (41) of the cap (4) is large, it is difficult to wipe off the cap (4) with the cap (4) in the position shown in FIG. There is. In this case, as shown in FIG. 5, the cap (4) is further moved to an upper position where the protrusion (421) engages with the upper second locking portion (213b).

At this time, when the cap (4) is rotated upward in a predetermined direction while being pulled upward, the protrusion (421) is detached from the lower second locking portion (213a), and the lower horizontal groove portion (211b) and the lower vertical groove portion ( 211c) to reach the upper horizontal groove (211d). Next, when the cap (4) is rotated in the opposite direction, the protrusion (421) engages with the upper second locking portion (213b).

When the protrusion (421) engages with the upper second locking portion (213b), the protrusion (421) gets over the convex portion (215) to obtain a click feeling, and the first display portion (424). Is adjacent to the upper second display portion (217) below the upper second locking portion (213b), so that the user can engage the protrusion (421) with the upper second locking portion (213b). You can confirm that. By further moving the cap (4) to the lifting position, the distance (X2) between the top wall (41) of the cap (4) and the surface of the magnet (3) is the same distance as in FIG. Since it becomes larger than (X1) and the acting magnetic force is further weakened, the pack agent (P) adhered in a relatively large amount can be easily wiped off from the surface of the top wall (41) of the cap (4).

When the pack agent (P) is continuously adsorbed by the pack agent remover (1), the cap (4) is moved to the lower position shown in FIGS.

In addition, said pack agent removal device (1) can also be used as a magnetic massage device. That is, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the cap (4) is moved to a lower position where the protrusion (421) engages with the first locking portion (212), and then the remover body (2). Is held with one hand, and the skin is put on the surface of the top wall (41) of the cap (4). Thereby, the outstanding skin-beautifying effect by the magnetic action of a magnet (3) is acquired.

When the cap (4) is completely removed from the remover main body (2) and washing with water or the like is desired, for example, the following may be performed. That is, when the cap (4) is lifted upward from the state shown in FIGS. 5 and 6 and rotated in a predetermined direction, the protrusion (421) is disengaged from the upper second locking portion (213b), and the upper horizontal groove portion ( 211d) and the upper vertical groove portion (211e), and then comes out of the cap movement guide groove (211), whereby the cap (4) is separated from the remover body (2) as shown in FIG.

When the above pack remover (1) is carried in a bag or the like, the state shown in FIG. 4 or the state shown in FIG. 5 and FIG. 6 (preferably the state shown in FIG. 5 and FIG. 6) The cap (4) is lifted and moved. This increases the distance between the top wall portion (41) of the cap (4) and the surface of the magnet (3), so that other portable items such as a magnetic card in a bag or the like It becomes difficult to be affected by the magnetic force of 3).

The above embodiment is merely an example, and it is needless to say that the present invention can be implemented with appropriate modifications without departing from the scope of the present invention described in the claims.

The embodiment shows the embodiment of the present invention, and the cap is moved to a lower position where the protrusion engages with the first locking portion in order to adsorb the magnetic substance-containing pack agent on the top wall surface of the cap. It is a perspective view of the pack agent removal machine of. It is a vertical longitudinal cross-sectional view of the pack agent removal machine along the II-II line of FIG. It is a partially notched front view which shows the state which isolate | separated the cap and remover main body of a pack agent remover. In the front view of the pack agent remover in a state where the cap is moved to an upper position where the protrusion engages with the lower second locking portion in order to wipe off the magnetic substance-containing pack agent attached to the top wall portion surface of the cap. is there. In the front view of the pack agent remover in a state where the cap is further moved to an upper position where the protrusion engages with the upper second locking portion in order to wipe off the magnetic substance-containing pack agent attached to the surface of the top wall portion of the cap. is there. It is a vertical longitudinal cross-sectional view of the pack agent removal machine along the VI-VI line of FIG. It is a front view which shows the state which adsorbs and removes the magnetic body mixing | blending pack agent apply | coated to skin using the pack agent removal device by this invention.

(1): Pack remover (2): Remover main body (21): Cylindrical part (211): Cap movement guide groove (211a) and inclined groove part (212): First locking part (213a) (213b) ): Second locking part
(217) Second display part (22): Gripping part
(221) · Recessed part (3): Magnet (4): Cap (41): Top wall part (42): Peripheral wall part (421): Projection
(424) 1st display part (P): Magnetic substance combination pack agent

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  1. A remover body (2) from which a gripping part (22) protrudes in the radial direction from the lower end of the cylindrical part (21), and a magnet (fitted and fixed to the cylindrical part (21) of the remover body (2) from above. 3) and a cap (4) fitted so as to be able to move up and down and turn to the cylindrical portion (21) of the remover body (2) so as to cover the magnet (3) from above,
    On the lower end of the inner surface of the peripheral wall portion (42) of the cap (4), a pair of protrusions (421) are formed at diametrically symmetrical positions,
    A cap moving guide groove (211) that engages with each of the protrusions (421) is formed corresponding to the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical portion (21) in the remover body (2), and
    Each moving guide groove (211) is formed as an inclined groove part (211a) extending obliquely upward from the lowest level of the cylindrical part (21), and a first locking part (212) is provided at the lower end of the inclined groove part (211a). The second locking portions (213a) and (213b) are respectively formed on at least one level of the upper end,
    The cap (4) is rotated so as to move downward along the inclined groove (211a) on the remover body (2) side, and the protrusion (421) on the cap (4) side is moved to the first locking position. The cap (4) is held at a position where the magnetic compound-blended pack agent (P) can be adsorbed on the surface of the circular top wall (41) by engaging with each of the portions (212),
    Similarly, the cap (4) is rotated along the inclined groove (211a) on the remover main body (2) side so as to move upward in the reverse direction, and the protrusion (421) on the cap (4) side is moved to the second position. The cap (4) is held at a position where the pack agent (P) adsorbed on the surface of the top wall portion (41) can be wiped off by engaging with the locking portions (213a) and (213b). features and to Rupa click agent remover that the set to.
  2. While forming a pair of 1st display parts (424) in a diameter direction symmetrical position in the lower end of the peripheral wall part (42) outer surface in a cap (4),
    A total of four at least one pair in the upper and lower direction indicating that the protrusion (421) on the cap (4) side is engaged with the first and second locking portions (212), (213a) and (213b) on the remover body (2) side. Corresponding to the positional relationship in which the second display portions (217) are vertically adjacent to the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical portion (21) of the remover body (2) and the first display portion (424) on the cap (4) side. pack agent remover of Motomeko 1 wherein you characterized in that formed it was.
  3. A plurality of arc-shaped recesses (221) into which the gripper's fingertips can be fitted are provided on the outer peripheral surface as a skirt shape in which the outer diameter increases as the grip part (22) of the remover body (2) goes downward. The pack agent remover according to claim 1.
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