KR101139956B1 - Hyperfine vibration massage unit for managing chloasma, wrinkle and whitening - Google Patents

Hyperfine vibration massage unit for managing chloasma, wrinkle and whitening Download PDF

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KR101139956B1
KR101139956B1 KR1020120004011A KR20120004011A KR101139956B1 KR 101139956 B1 KR101139956 B1 KR 101139956B1 KR 1020120004011 A KR1020120004011 A KR 1020120004011A KR 20120004011 A KR20120004011 A KR 20120004011A KR 101139956 B1 KR101139956 B1 KR 101139956B1
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Abstract

PURPOSE: A hyperfine vibration massage device is provided to maximize a massage effect and a skin care effect by applying a hyperfine vibration massage device to a piezoelectric element. CONSTITUTION: A hyperfine vibration massage device comprises a substrate(101), a first conduction part(102), a second conduction part(103), a plurality of electrodes(104), a microcurrent driving part, a vibrating device, a vibrating device driving part, and a controller. The substrate is attached to the skin of the human body. The first conduction part is formed on the skin adhesive side. The second conduction part is installed at an interval from the first conduction part. A plurality of electrodes respectively supplies current to parts of the massage device. The vibrating device driving part controls the drive of the vibrating device. The controller controls the operation of the vibrating device driving part and microcurrent driving part.

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Hyperfine vibration massage unit for managing chloasma, wrinkle and whitening}

The present invention relates to a vibration massager, and more particularly, to maximize the massage effect and skin care effect of the skin by adding ultra-fine vibration by a piezoelectric vibration element to an ion patch or pad using microcurrent. The present invention relates to an ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening care.

In order to preserve the beautiful appearance of modern people, not only women but also men are paying particular attention to beauty. In this context, it is very important to maintain good facial health and beauty. As a general beauty method for this, cosmetics such as collagen, nutrient latex, and essence, which help moisturizing, nourishing, and activating skin functions have been used. However, there are limitations in managing the skin of the face with cosmetics alone, and the skin protection effect is often not as expected. The reason is that a protective barrier is formed under the stratum corneum of the skin epidermis with a thick protein protective layer, and the protein protective layer separates the epidermis and dermis layer of the skin. Because it can't remove it.

Accordingly, recently, various skin beauty devices having a function of regenerating skin cells by increasing the production of collagen and elastic fibers in the dermis using ultrasonic waves or low frequency currents (positive and negative ion currents) and making the skin healthy and elastic It is introduced. However, these products are inadequate in the output control function of the current, rather the damage to the skin by removing the moisture of the skin, the cosmetic mask has a disadvantage in that the cosmetic effect is not properly exhibited due to poor fit or material problems. . Recently, beauty devices are being introduced that generate steam to absorb and remove secretions or waste products by exposing the skin to the pores and pores by steaming the skin to remove secretions and waste products in the skin pores. Beauty machines that generate such steam have a heat transfer plate that generates heat by supplying power in a main body having a water tank filled with water, while an exhaust path of steam is provided and an upper part of the main body has an opening contacting the face. The steam beauty devices having such a configuration are known to improve the health of the skin by giving a moisturizing effect to the skin by contacting the face with the heated steam is discharged to the outside through the discharge port after the water in the reservoir is heated by the heat of the heat transfer plate.

However, such a conventional cosmetic device is inconvenient because the heated steam is going to rise, and the contact portion with the face is mostly upward structure, and also is fixed to another structure, so that the head must be used by bowing, Steam is not evenly sprayed on the face, so it is difficult to expect sufficient skin beauty effects. In addition, various problems in use, such as the leakage of liquid from the end of the nozzle in addition to steam spray, noise generation has been pointed out.

The present invention was created in view of the above-mentioned matters, and by adding ultra-fine vibration by the piezoelectric vibrating element to the ion massage patch or pad using microcurrent, the skin massage effect and skin care effect can be maximized. The purpose is to provide an ultra-fine vibration massager for wrinkle and whitening care.

In order to achieve the above object, the ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management according to the present invention is a massager in which a thin battery as a power source is built-in,

A patch or pad-shaped substrate that forms the main body of the massager and is attached to the skin surface of the human body when in use;

A first conductive portion formed on the skin attachment surface of the substrate by a predetermined area;

A second conductive part spaced apart from the first conductive part by a predetermined distance on the skin attachment surface of the substrate and formed as much as the remaining area except for the first conductive part area;

Some of the electrodes are respectively provided on the first and second conductive parts, and the other part of the electrodes is installed on the substrate to be electrically connected to the thin battery, and receives current from the thin battery to receive the first A plurality of electrodes respectively supplied to the second conductive portion and the other component elements on the massager;

A microcurrent controller electrically connected to a plurality of electrodes respectively provided in the first and second conductive parts, and controlling a microcurrent supplied to the first and second conductive parts;

At least one is installed in an area of the upper surface of the substrate (opposite side of the skin attaching surface) corresponding to the area of the first conductive portion or the second conductive portion, the skin of the nutrient latex or functional cosmetics when the skin using a massage machine A vibrating element composed of a piezoelectric element which receives a current from the thin battery and vibrates very finely to promote absorption into the inside;

A vibrating element driving unit electrically connected to the vibrating element and controlling driving of the vibrating element; And

The microcurrent controller and the vibrating element driving unit are electrically connected to each other, and the microcurrent control unit and the vibrating element driving unit are characterized in that it comprises a control unit for controlling the operation.

Here, preferably, the control unit or at least one of the first and second conducting units may display an ON / OFF state or an elapsed time of use of power supplied to the first and second conducting units. Display elements may be further installed.

In addition, preferably, at least one of the control unit or at least one of the first and second conductive units may further be provided with an alarm element for notifying when power is supplied to the first and second conductive units for a predetermined time. have.

In addition, preferably the control unit or at least one of the first and the second conductive portion is a resistance of the human body by measuring a microcurrent output from any one of the first, second conductive portion is passed through the skin and input to the other side A microcurrent measuring unit for obtaining the voltage drop value according to the present invention and providing the obtained voltage drop value to the controller may be further installed.

According to the present invention, by adding the ultra-fine vibration by the piezoelectric vibrating element to the ion patch or pad using the micro-current to facilitate the penetration of cosmetics and nutrition / moisturizing elements to the skin, the waste material accumulated in the skin By promoting the discharge to the outside of the skin there is an advantage that can maximize the massage effect and skin care effect of the skin.

Figure 1 is a perspective view showing the overall appearance of the ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 2 is a plan view showing the configuration of the massager in a state in which the control unit is separated from the massage device of Figure 1;
3 is a block diagram schematically showing the overall system configuration of the massage device of FIG.
4A and 4B show the result data and the corresponding graphs for the whitening efficacy test when only the control cream is used and when the control cream + the ultra-fine vibration massager of the present invention are used.
Figures 5a and 5b are respectively showing the result data and the corresponding graph for the wrinkle improvement effect test when using only the control cream, and when using the control cream + ultra-fine vibration massager of the present invention.
6A and 6B show the result data and the corresponding graphs for the short-term moisturizing test when only the control cream is used and when the control cream + the ultra-fine vibration massager of the present invention are used.
7a and 7b show the results of the transdermal absorption test associated with blemish relief for each with and without the ultra-fine vibration massager of the present invention.
8 is a view showing an example of a drive current pattern supplied to the first and second conducting units or the vibrating device in the ultra-fine vibration massager for spots, wrinkles, whitening management according to an embodiment of the present invention.

The terms or words used in this specification and claims are not to be construed as being limited to the common or dictionary meanings, and the inventors may properly define the concept of terms in order to best explain their invention in the best way. Based on the principle, it should be interpreted as meaning and concept corresponding to the technical idea of the present invention.

Throughout the specification, when a part is said to "include" a certain component, it means that it may further include other components, except to exclude other components unless specifically stated otherwise. In addition, the terms “… unit”, “… unit”, “module”, “device”, and the like described in the specification mean a unit that processes at least one function or operation, which is hardware or software or a combination of hardware and software. It can be implemented as.

Hereinafter, exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 to 3 show an ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management according to an embodiment of the present invention, Figure 1 is a perspective view showing the overall appearance of the massager, Figure 2 is a state in which the controller is separated Figure 3 is a plan view showing the configuration of the massager, Figure 3 is a block diagram schematically showing the overall system configuration.

1 to 3, the ultra-fine vibration massager for blemish, wrinkle, and whitening management according to the present invention is a massage device in which a thin battery 120 as a power source is built in. It comprises a first conducting unit 102, a second conducting unit 103, a plurality of electrodes 104, a microcurrent control unit 105, vibration elements 106a to 106c, vibration element drive unit 107, control unit 108 do.

Here, the thin battery 120 is composed of the first and second electrode layers and the ion conductive polymer electrolyte layer, which is disclosed in detail in Korean Patent Publication No. 10-1051977, and therefore, the thin battery here. Detailed description of the 120 will be omitted.

In addition, the thin battery 120 is described as being embedded in the massager body (a substrate including the first and second conductive parts) in the present embodiment, but is not necessarily limited to such a built-in type, and in some cases It may be packaged integrally with the control unit 108 to be described later. In addition, when the thin battery 120 is integrally formed with the control unit 108, the thin battery 120 at that time may be of a rechargeable type that can be recharged and used.

The substrate 101 forms the main body of the massager, is attached to the skin surface of the human body in use, and consists of one patch or pad type. Here, the design of the patch or pad-type massager shown in this embodiment is just one example, and is not necessarily limited to such a design, it may be applied to a variety of designs in some cases. Here, the substrate 101 may be made of a material having a flexibility that can be naturally bent along the shape of a curved object (eg, human skin), for example, a material such as a polymer or a soluble plastic substrate. have. In particular, as the substrate 101 of tens to hundreds of microns thick, polyacrylonitrile, polyethylene terephthalate, polyimide film, and the like can be used.

The first conductive portion 102 is formed by a predetermined area (eg, 1/2 area of a rectangular area), as shown on the skin attachment surface of the substrate 101. In this case, such an area is not necessarily limited to the 1/2 area as described above, and it is natural that the area may be composed of various sized divided areas.

The second conductive portion 103 is spaced apart from the first conductive portion 102 by a predetermined interval on the skin attachment surface of the substrate 101, except for the region of the first conductive portion 102 (the remaining 1 / of the rectangular area). 2 regions). That is, the second conductive portion 103 is formed by 1/2 of the rectangular area of the substrate 101 in an electrically insulated state from the first conductive portion 102.

Here, the first and second conductive parts 102 and 103 as described above, for example, a carbon ink composed of carbon powder and a binder on the substrate 101 with a predetermined thickness (about 15 μm). Thickness), followed by drying at about 60 ° C. for 2 hours. In this case, the carbon ink may be directly prepared by mixing a suitable binder, a solvent, and fine carbon powder, or may be purchased and used in the form of a finished product. Instead of carbon powder, conductive powder such as silver powder, copper powder, nickel powder or the like may be used, or a mixture thereof may be used.

The plurality of electrodes 104 is composed of a total of four as shown, some of the four electrodes, for example, the electrodes 104a and 104b are respectively on the first and second conductive parts 102 (103) And the rest of the four electrodes, that is, the electrodes 104c and 104d are installed on the substrate 101 to be electrically connected to the thin battery 120, and receive current from the thin battery 120. The first and second conducting units 102 and 103 and other component elements on the massage machine (for example, the control unit 108 to be described later), the vibration elements 106a to 106c, the display element 109 and the alarm element 110. And the like).

The microcurrent controller 105 is electrically connected to the plurality of electrodes 104a and 104b respectively provided in the first and second conductive parts 102 and 103, and the first and second conductive parts 102 ( The fine current (for example, 10 to 20 mA) supplied to the 103 is controlled. That is, the microcurrent controller 105 controls the amount of current supplied and the current direction supplied to the first and second conductive parts 102 and 103. Here, a little more explanation in this regard.

The current output through the electrodes 104a and 104b passes through the skin via the first conductive portion 102 or the second conductive portion 103. At this time, the current passing through the skin may increase or decrease depending on the condition of the skin, and may exceed the desired current value (for example, 10 to 20 mA) or may not reach the current value. Therefore, the current passing through the skin is controlled by the control unit 108 through the microcurrent measuring unit 111 which will be described later to adjust the supply time of the current so that the current of the desired current value (10 to 20 mA) flows. Can be.

In addition, the current supplied to the skin voltage drop occurs according to the resistance of the human body, the microcurrent measuring unit 111 can know the voltage drop value according to the state of the skin, based on this, the control unit 108 of the current The average supply current can be calculated by adding or subtracting the supply cycle. In addition, the controller 108 supplies the current of the square pulse waveform to the microcurrent controller 105 as shown in FIG. 8, and the controller 108 controls the forward current and the reverse current of the square pulse waveform current. By checking, the direction of the current supplied to the microcurrent controller 105 can be calculated. Therefore, the microcurrent control unit 105 receives the supply current amount and the current direction control signal calculated from the control unit 108 to control the supply current amount and the current direction supplied to the first and second conducting units 102 and 103. do.

The microcurrent controller 105 as described above may be integrally packaged with the controller 108 described later.

The vibration elements 106a to 106c are at least in an area of the upper surface of the substrate 101 (the surface opposite to the skin attachment surface) corresponding to the area of the first conductive portion 102 or the second conductive portion 103. One is installed, it consists of a piezoelectric (Piezoelectric) element that is supplied with a current from the thin battery 120 to vibrate to promote the absorption of the nutrient latex or functional cosmetics into the skin during skin care using a massage machine. Here, the vibrating elements 106a to 106c receive a current of 0.01 to 50 mA through the vibrating element driving unit 107 based on the current supplied from the thin battery 120 to the control unit 108. It vibrates fine. For example, the vibrating elements 106a to 106c receive a current of 1 to 1.5 mA through the vibrating element driving unit 107 to vibrate very finely 3,600 times per second. This is based on the values closest to the maximizing vibration effect of the applicant's own experiments.

Here, although the vibrating elements 106a to 106c are described as being installed in the first conductive portion 102 or the second conductive portion 103, the first conductive portion 102 or the second conductive portion 103 is necessarily provided. It is not limited to being installed in, in some cases it may be installed in the control unit 108 to be described later may be packaged integrally with the control unit 108.

In addition, as the piezoelectric element, for example, quartz, Roselle salt, barium titanate (BaTiO 3 ), artificial ceramic (PZT), or the like may be used.

The vibration device driver 107 is electrically connected to the vibration devices 106a to 106c and controls the driving of the vibration devices 106a to 106c. That is, the vibration element driver 107 controls the frequency and vibration period of the current supplied to the vibration element 106. Here, the description will be described in detail.

As described above, since a voltage drop occurs according to the resistance of the human body, the current supplied to the skin may know the voltage drop value according to the state of the skin in the microcurrent measuring unit 111, and based on the control unit 108 In this case, the frequency and vibration period of the current supplied to the vibration element 106 can be calculated. That is, using the driving current pattern and the frequency as shown in FIG. 8, the controller 108 can calculate the frequency and the vibration period of the current supplied to the vibration element 106. Then, the vibrating element driver 107 receives the frequency and the vibration period control signal of the supply current calculated from the control unit 108 to control the frequency and the vibration period of the current supplied to the vibration element 106.

In addition, the control unit 108 calculates the skin resistance value based on the voltage drop value input through the microcurrent measuring unit 111, and if the skin resistance value is high, the frequency and period of the output current supplied to the vibrating element 106 are measured. Increase proportionally, and decrease skin resistance proportionally decrease frequency and period of output current.

The vibrating element driver 107 as described above may also be packaged integrally with the controller 108 described later.

The controller 108 is electrically connected to the microcurrent controller 105 and the vibration device driver 107, respectively, and controls the operation of the microcurrent controller 105 and the vibration device driver 107. As shown in the drawing, the control unit 108 is configured to be coupled to and detachable from the massager body through the plurality of electrodes 104. As the control unit 108, a microcontroller may be used. Herein, when the control unit 108 is coupled to the main body, current flows from the thin battery 120 as a power source to the control unit 108 through the electrodes 104c and 104d, and the currents passing through the control unit 108 are each again. It is configured by default to flow through the components of.

In addition, the control unit 108 is an optimum supply current amount of the current supplied to the first and second conducting units 102 and 103 according to an internal control algorithm (a kind of software control program prepared and stored in advance by a system designer). (For example, 10 to 20 mA), a current direction, and the like are calculated and transferred to the microcurrent controller 105. Since it has been described above with respect to the microcurrent controller 105, it will not be described again.

In addition, the control unit 108 calculates the frequency and vibration period of the current (for example, 1 ~ 1.5 kHz) supplied to the vibration elements 106a to 106c to maximize the vibration effect, the vibration element driver ( 107). This has been described above with respect to the vibrating element driver 107 and will not be described again.

In addition, the controller 108 may be provided with a plurality of buttons or switches related to power ON / OFF, microcurrent control, vibration device driving, and the like.

Here, preferably, at least one of the control unit 108 or the first and second conductive units 102 and 103 is turned on of the power supplied to the first and second conductive units 102 and 103. A display element 109 is further provided to display the ON / OFF state or the elapsed use time. As the display device 109, a light emitting diode (LED) may be used.

In addition, preferably, at least one of the control unit 108 or the first and second conductive units 102 and 103 is supplied with power to the first and second conductive units 102 and 103 for a predetermined time. If so, an alarm element 110 for notifying this is further installed.

In addition, the control unit 108 or at least one of the first and second conductive units 102 and 103 is output from the first conductive unit 102 (or the second conductive unit 103) and passes through the skin. By measuring the microcurrent input to the second conductive portion 103 (or the first conductive portion 102) to obtain a voltage drop value according to the resistance of the human body, and to provide the calculated voltage drop value to the control unit 108 The current measuring unit 111 may be further installed.

Then, the operation of the ultra-fine vibration massager for the blemish, wrinkle and whitening management of the present invention having the configuration as described above will be briefly described.

When the user attaches the massager to the skin, for example, a specific part of the face in a state in which the control unit 108 of the ultra-fine vibration massager of the present invention is assembled to the massager main body, the control unit is controlled from the thin battery 120 through the electrodes 104c and 104d. Current is supplied to the 108 side. The current passing through the control unit 108 flows back to the first and second conductive units 102 and 103 through the electrodes 104a and 104b, respectively. In addition, the cosmetics applied to the areas of the first and second conductive parts 102 and 103 react with the function of the ultra-fine vibration massager and gradually penetrate the skin. At this time, the cosmetics may be used as a functional cosmetics.

When the current from the thin battery 120 is supplied to the first and second conductive parts 102 and 103, one side of the first and second conductive parts 102 and 103 (eg, the first conductive part 102) is provided. Silver has a positive polarity, and the other side (eg, the second conductive portion 103) has a negative polarity. Accordingly, the components having the positive properties among the components of the functional cosmetics are moved to the second conductive portion 103 side due to the repulsive force with the first conductive portion 102 having the positive polarity and the suction force with the second conductive portion 103 having the negative polarity. Done. In addition, among the components of the functional cosmetics, the negatively-active component moves toward the first conductive portion 102 due to the repulsive force with the second conductive portion 103 having the negative polarity and also with the suction force with the first conductive portion 102 having the positive polarity. Done. At this time, by driving the vibration elements (106a ~ 106c) to introduce ultra-fine vibration (about 3600 times per second) it is possible to quickly absorb the essence of the functional cosmetics to the dermal layer of the skin.

On the other hand, in the above series of processes, the vibration element driver 107 may vary the vibration frequency and vibration period (or amplitude) of the current supplied to the vibration element 106 by a predetermined pattern, the microcurrent controller By operating in conjunction with (105) it can maximize the massage effect and skin care effect.

At this time, the vibration frequency is used in the frequency band excluding the range of the audible region of 0.1 ~ 9 KHz, after a predetermined time elapsed, it can be informed of the use time using the audible region frequency. For example, if the total use time of the massager is 20 minutes, the use of the audible frequency to inform the progress of use every 5 minutes, the alarm (alarm) by the alarm element 110 when the total use time elapses Through the use time can tell you that elapsed. In this case, the display device 109 may also notify that the use time has elapsed. For example, the display element 109 is initially turned on in red, and then lights up in green when the elapsed time of use (changes in lighting color), or initially remains in red or green and then remains in use. When the time has elapsed, the red or green light blinks (changes in lighting state) to indicate that the usage time has elapsed.

The control unit 108 may drive the vibrating elements 106a to 106c through the vibrating element driving unit 107 in the control pattern as described above.

In addition, the microcurrent controller 105 is capable of varying the forward current and the reverse current. When the microcurrent controller 105 is driven in a pattern having a predetermined period, the microcurrent controller 105 vibrates through the vibration device driver 107 in accordance with the current generation time. By driving the elements 106a to 106c, skin massage and care efficiency can be maximized.

On the other hand, Figures 4a to 7b is a view showing the results of the experiment according to the use of the ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles, whitening management of the present invention as described above.

Figure 4a is a table of the respective experimental data for the whitening efficacy test when using only the general <control cream> and <control cream + ultra-fine vibration massager for the wrinkle, wrinkle and whitening of the present invention> 4B is a diagram illustrating a graph created based on the data of FIG. 4A. Here, the whitening efficacy test was conducted on 12 women in their mid-20s and late 20s.

4A and 4B, the result of using only the control cream (dark color graph A in FIG. 4B), 0.76% at 1 week, 3.93% at 2 weeks, and 4% at 4 weeks decreased melanin content. The trend was shown. This can be seen to the extent that appears when applying a general moisturizer. On the contrary, the result of applying the control cream and the ultra-fine vibration massager for the treatment of blemishes, wrinkles and whitening of the present invention (light color graph B in FIG. 4B), 5.10% in week 1, 9.67% in week 2, and 12.52 in week 4 It can be seen that the melanin content is significantly reduced in%. This can be seen that the melanin content is reduced due to the use of the ultra-fine vibration massager for blemish, wrinkle, whitening management of the present invention, it can be seen that the use of the massage device of the present invention is effective for skin whitening.

FIG. 5A is a table showing experimental data for the wrinkle improvement effect test when only the general <control cream> and <control cream + ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening care of the present invention> were used. FIG. 5B is a diagram illustrating a graph created based on the data of FIG. 5A. Here, the wrinkle improvement effect test was conducted on 12 women in their mid-20s and late 20s.

5A and 5B, when only the control cream was used (dark color graph A in FIG. 5B), only a slight wrinkle improvement was observed even when used for 4 weeks. This can be seen as an effect that appears when the general moisturizer is applied. On the contrary, when the control cream and the ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening care of the present invention were applied (light color graph B in FIG. 5B), the first week showed a large wrinkle reduction rate of 9.52%, and the second week. Wrinkle reduction rate was 13.11% and 15% at 3 weeks and 4 weeks, respectively. From this, it can be seen that the application of the ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management of the present invention is effective in improving wrinkles.

Figure 6a is a table of the experimental data for the short-term moisturizing test in the case of using only the general <control cream> and <control cream + ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management of the present invention> 6B is a view showing a graph created based on the data of FIG. 6A. Here, the short-term moisturizing test was conducted on 10 women in their mid-20s and late 20s.

6A and 6B, when only the control cream was used (dark color graph A in FIG. 6B), when measured 20 minutes after use, the skin moisturizing index increased by 3, and the moisturizing index gradually decreased. On the contrary, when the control cream and the ultra-fine vibration massager for the blemish, wrinkle and whitening of the present invention were applied (light color graph B in FIG. 6B), they increased 8 times before application when measured 20 minutes after use. The moisturizing index remained higher than before. Through this, it can be seen that the skin moisturizing effect is excellent when an ultra-fine vibration massager for the control of the cream, wrinkles and whitening of the present invention is applied to the control cream.

On the other hand, Figures 7a and 7b shows the results of the transdermal absorption test associated with blemish relief, Figure 7a is a view showing the state before and after the treatment by the ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management of the present invention 7B is a diagram showing a table of experimental data of 1.96% arbutin uptake (%). Here, such a transdermal absorption test was conducted for 10 women in their mid to late 30s.

7A and 7B, when comparing the arbutin absorption rate before and after the treatment by the ultra-fine vibration massager for the treatment of blemishes, wrinkles and whitening of the present invention, the treatment of the skin treated with the ultra-fine vibration massager It can be seen that the absorption rate is relatively faster than that without the treatment by the ultra-fine vibration massager. Through this, when using the ultra-fine vibration massager of the present invention to increase the absorption rate of arbutin into the skin, it can be seen that there is a lot of effects in the prevention of blemishes (blemishes, pigmentation).

As described above, the ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management according to the present invention by adding the ultra-fine vibration by the piezoelectric vibrating element to the ion patch using a micro current of the cosmetic and nutrition / moisturizing elements It facilitates the penetration, and promotes the discharge of the waste accumulated in the skin to the outside of the skin has the advantage of maximizing the massage effect and skin care effect of the skin.

In addition, the ultra-fine vibration massager for spots, wrinkles, whitening management according to the present invention has the following advantages and effects.

1) It releases various wastes of skin cells into the body and promotes the regeneration of skin cells.

2) By supplying ultra-fine vibration to the skin, electrical material exchange is promoted to the skin cell membrane to facilitate the supply of nutrients in the cells and to discharge the waste products out of the cells.

3) Enhance the metabolism of skin cells to increase the minerals such as calcium, which in particular prevents the pigmentation of blemishes.

As mentioned above, the present invention has been described in detail through the preferred embodiments, but the present invention is not limited thereto, and it will be apparent to those skilled in the art that various changes and applications can be made without departing from the technical spirit of the present invention. Accordingly, the true scope of protection of the present invention should be construed according to the following claims, and all technical ideas within the scope of the same should be construed as being included in the scope of the present invention.

101: substrate 102: first conductive portion
103: second conductive portion 104: a plurality of electrodes
105: fine current control unit 106: vibration element
107: vibrating element drive unit 108: control unit
109: display element 110: alarm element
111: microcurrent measuring unit 120: power supply (thin battery)

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  1. As a massager in which a thin battery as a power source is incorporated,
    A patch or pad-shaped substrate that forms the main body of the massager and is attached to the skin surface of the human body when in use;
    A first conductive portion formed on the skin attachment surface of the substrate by a predetermined area;
    A second conductive part spaced apart from the first conductive part by a predetermined distance on the skin attachment surface of the substrate and formed as much as the remaining area except for the first conductive part area;
    Some of the electrodes are respectively provided on the first and second conductive parts, and the other part of the electrodes is installed on the substrate to be electrically connected to the thin battery, and receives current from the thin battery to receive the first A plurality of electrodes respectively supplied to the second conductive portion and the other component elements on the massager;
    A microcurrent controller electrically connected to a plurality of electrodes respectively provided in the first and second conductive parts, and controlling a microcurrent supplied to the first and second conductive parts;
    At least one is installed in an area of the upper surface of the substrate (opposite side of the skin attaching surface) corresponding to the area of the first conductive portion or the second conductive portion, the skin of the nutrient latex or functional cosmetics when the skin using a massage machine A vibrating element composed of a piezoelectric element which receives a current from the thin battery and vibrates very finely to promote absorption into the inside;
    A vibrating element driving unit electrically connected to the vibrating element and controlling driving of the vibrating element; And
    The micro-current vibration massager for microscopic wrinkle control and whitening management is electrically connected to each of the microcurrent control unit and the vibrating element driving unit, the control unit for controlling the operation of the microcurrent control unit and the vibrating element driving unit.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The vibrating element receives a current of 1 to 1.5 mA through the vibrating element driving unit based on the current supplied from the thin battery to the control unit, and vibrates 3600 times per second for ultra fine, wrinkle, whitening management. Vibration massager.
  3. The method of claim 1,
    At least one of the control unit or the first and second conductive units may further include a display device configured to display an ON / OFF state or an elapsed use time of power supplied to the first and second conductive units. , Ultra fine vibration massager for spots, wrinkles and whitening care.
  4. The method of claim 1,
    At least one of the control unit or at least one of the first and second conductive units is further provided with an alarm element to notify the user when power is supplied for a predetermined time to the first and second conductive units. Ultra-fine vibration massager for care.
  5. The method of claim 1,
    The voltage drop value according to the resistance of the human body by measuring a microcurrent outputted from any one of the first and second conductive parts to at least one of the control unit or the first and second conductive parts and to the other side through the skin. To obtain, and the microcurrent measuring unit for providing the obtained voltage drop value to the control unit is further installed, ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management.
  6. The method of claim 1,
    The piezoelectric element is any one of quartz, rossel salt, barium titanate (BaTiO 3 ), artificial ceramics (PZT), ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management.
  7. The method of claim 1,
    The control unit calculates the amount of current supplied to the first and second conducting unit and the current direction according to an internal control algorithm and transmits to the microcurrent controller, ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management.
  8. The method of claim 1,
    The control unit calculates the frequency and the vibration period of the current supplied to the vibration element for maximizing the vibration effect and transmits to the vibration element drive unit, ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management.
  9. The method of claim 1,
    The micro-current control unit for controlling the amount of current supplied and the current direction supplied to the first, second conducting portion, ultra-fine vibration massager for the wrinkles, wrinkles, whitening management.
  10. The method of claim 1,
    The vibrating element driving unit for controlling the frequency and vibration period of the current supplied to the vibrating element, ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management.
  11. The method of claim 1,
    The thin battery is integrally formed with the control unit, ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management.
  12. The method of claim 11,
    The thin battery that is integrally formed with the control unit is a rechargeable ultra-vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management.
  13. The method of claim 1,
    The vibrating element is configured integrally with the control unit, ultra-fine vibration massager for blemishes, wrinkles and whitening management.
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