KR101843170B1 - Perfume composition for expressing the fragrance of umyangsu-saemteo in jirisan-mountain - Google Patents

Perfume composition for expressing the fragrance of umyangsu-saemteo in jirisan-mountain Download PDF

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KR101843170B1
KR101843170B1 KR1020160103028A KR20160103028A KR101843170B1 KR 101843170 B1 KR101843170 B1 KR 101843170B1 KR 1020160103028 A KR1020160103028 A KR 1020160103028A KR 20160103028 A KR20160103028 A KR 20160103028A KR 101843170 B1 KR101843170 B1 KR 101843170B1
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Abstract

The present invention relates to a perfume composition recreating the spatial flavor of the water of the Jirisan spring water. The optimum content of the solvent is selected based on the intrinsic fragrance components of the spatial fragrance components of the water of the Jirisan water, The present invention relates to a perfume composition having excellent palatability.

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TECHNICAL FIELD [0001] The present invention relates to a perfume composition that reproduces the spatial flavor of sunflower seeds of Jirisan (Japanese Patent Application Laid-

The present invention relates to a perfume composition recreating the spatial flavor of the water of the Jirisan spring water. The optimum content of the solvent is selected based on the intrinsic fragrance components of the spatial fragrance components of the water of the Jirisan water, The present invention relates to a perfume composition having excellent palatability.

The desire to spend the time of healing in the nature leaving the everyday space to the modern people living busy life is getting bigger, but there are many modern people who do not even have enough time to leave the forest and leave for the forest. The present inventors have conceived the present invention to provide a method of easily healing time within a short time by providing a space-recreating perfume composition that appears to be in a real forest.

The present inventors have perfected the perfume composition which gives an image of the space and a distinctive feeling by inventing a fragrance composition recreating the space fragrance of the present invention by selecting the water field of Jirisan as a region having a Korean beauty and a feeling of healing.

Jirisan YinYangSuSam is located at 1,450m above sea level at the bottom of Cisse plains in Jirisan. It is located at the junction of southern ridge and main stream, and there are one stream coming from both sides. Jinyang-su is a well-known water and mysterious water for those who love Jirisan for a long time. According to legend, people who have no children can have a child when they drink this water flowing in harmony with Yin-Yang. Around the watery stream, there are bamboo shoots, reference pop trees, pheasant legs, spinach and azalea trees.

There are many ways to reproduce spatial incoherence. For example, a solvent extraction method in which a plant in the space is collected by a commonly used method to make a fragrance ingredient into an absolute form, and a steam distillation method in which a fragrance ingredient is made into an essential oil. However, the above methods require high heat in the extraction process, or the process is complicated and takes a lot of time, which may be different from the original flavor. In addition, it does not meet the object of the present invention because it reproduces the fragrance of the plant rather than reproducing the perfume of the space itself.

In the present invention, the dynamic headspace method used for analyzing the spatial fragrance component does not require a solvent and does not require a pretreatment step, so that the fragrance component in the actual space can be directly analyzed.

The dynamic headspace method is a method of circulating air through a resin for a predetermined period of time by using a collection device equipped with a resin capable of adsorbing fragrance to an air pump, analyzing components adsorbed on the resin, The fragrance ingredients contained in a trace amount can be measured.

In addition to various fragrance and flavor components such as terpene, phenol, ketone, and ester, the analyzed aroma components include volatile organic chemical components generally present in the air and allergen components that can cause an allergic reaction. Ingredients such as limonene, hexyl cinnamic acid, linanol, benzyl alcohol, geraniol and the like are fragrance ingredients and can cause allergies. When these ingredients are incorporated directly into the perfume composition, they may cause problems such as allergic reaction.

Accordingly, the present inventors have analyzed the spatial flavor components of the Jiri water, collected through the dynamic headspace method, and then, based on the other odor components excluding the atmospheric and allergen components, the perfume composition .

Further, the inventors of the present invention have perfected the fragrance composition having a high degree of preference while reproducing the spatial flavor of the hyacinth's acid water by adjusting the content of the fragrance component and using a solvent suitable therefor.

Accordingly, a problem to be solved by the present invention is to provide a fragrance composition recreating the spatial flavor of the Jirisan mixed water spring.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a perfume composition that reproduces the spatial flavor of the Jiri acid sweet water spring which does not cause an allergic reaction by excluding the allergen component from the components collected by the dynamic headspace method.

Another object to be solved by the present invention is to provide a fragrance composition which reproduces the spatial flavor of the water of Glysaccharide acid and which is excellent in preference by selecting a suitable solvent and adjusting the content of the fragrance ingredient.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a cosmetic composition comprising the perfume composition.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a perfume composition comprising the perfume composition.

Another object to be solved by the present invention is to provide a composition for external application for skin comprising the perfume composition.

In order to solve the above problems, the present invention provides a perfume composition recreating the spatial flavor of the water of the hyacinth's acid water containing the fragrance component of the Jirisan watery water as an active ingredient.

The above-mentioned fragrance component excludes the allergen component of the space-oriented component of the Jirisan waterhouse water. More specifically, the fragrance component includes alpha-pinene, camphene, beta-pinene, cymene and anisic aldehyde.

The present invention provides a perfume composition that reproduces the spatial flavor of the Jirisan sweet water spring which is improved in reproducibility of fragrance by using isopropyl myristate as a solvent and has improved soft feeling.

In one embodiment of the present invention, the perfume composition of the present invention comprises from 1.5 to 40.0% by weight of alpha-pinene, from 0.1 to 15.0% by weight of camphine, from 0.1 to 15.0% by weight of beta-pinene, 12.0% by weight of anhydrous aldehyde and 0.1-20.0% by weight of an anhydride aldehyde. Outside this range, the fragrance similarity is lowered. Preferably, it contains 20.0 to 40.0% by weight of alpha-pinene, 3.0-10.0% by weight of camphine, 3.0-10.0% by weight of beta-pinene, 2.0-7.0% by weight of para-cymene and 4.0-12.0% It is possible to reproduce the spatial direction of the Yin-Yang water spring.

In one embodiment of the present invention, the perfume composition of the present invention may contain 25.0 to 95.0% by weight of isopropyl myristate based on the total weight of the composition. Outside this range, the fragrance similarity is lowered. Preferably, 30.0 to 60.0% by weight of isopropyl myristate may be contained.

In addition, the perfume composition mixed in the above-mentioned range is not limited thereto, and can be applied to general household products, cosmetic composition, perfume composition, composition for external application for skin and composition for oral cavity.

The perfume composition of the present invention can be used as a cosmetic composition for skin, lotion, essence, lotion, gel, nutritional cream, massage cream, hand cream, foot cream, foundation, makeup base, hair cream, hair tonic, hair conditioner, A bath liquid, a liquid cleanser, a soap or a shampoo.

The perfume composition of the present invention may be provided as a perfume composition, such as a perfume, a perfume, a deodorant, a diffuser or an aroma candle.

The perfume composition of the present invention can be provided as an external composition for skin such as ointment, lotion, soluble image, suspension, emulsion, cream, gel, spray, papermaking,

The perfume composition of the present invention may be provided as an oral composition such as a wax solution, a toothpaste, a dental floss, an oral spray, a mouthwash, a mouthwash for oral hygiene, and the like.

At this time, the compositions may further include colorants, fungicides, preservatives, antioxidants, moisturizers, thickeners, etc., which are generally acceptable for improving the physical properties. It is also possible to substitute some of the fragrance ingredients and the additional ingredients for oral use when they are provided in an oral composition.

The term "space aroma" as used in the present invention means a scent extracted from a specific area, and simply refers to a scent of the space other than a specific plant scent. In the present invention, a specific area means a spruce community of Mt.

In the present invention, the spatial incense of the Jiri mountain water is collected through a dynamic headspace method, and then analyzed by gas chromatography. This means the spatial fragrance component of the Jiri mountain water space.

In the present invention, the analyzed spatial perfumed components are divided into fragrance components and other components, and spatial fragrance is reproduced using only fragrance components.

Other components include general atmospheric components and allergen components. In the present invention, the term "general atmospheric component" refers to volatile organic chemical components present in the atmosphere as well as specific regions analyzed for spatial incoherence. Specific "general atmospheric components" include toluene, xylene, benzoic acid, and phenol. "Allergen ingredients" are known to have the potential to cause allergic reactions when they enter the body, including limonene, linalool, and benzyl alcohol.

The "fragrance component" is a component other than the "general atmospheric component" and "allergen component" among the spatial components of the specific region analyzed. In the present invention, the fragrance component of the Jirisan pure water spring is alpha-pinene, Para-cymene and an aldehyde.

The perfume composition of the present invention enhances the reproducibility of the fragrance and improves the reproducibility of the spatial flavor of the water of the water of the Jirisan by selecting a solvent which improves to have a soft feeling.

In addition, the perfume composition of the present invention has the effect of preventing the allergic reaction and maintaining spatial perfusion by removing allergen components from the spatially-oriented components collected by the dynamic headspace method.

Further, the perfume composition of the present invention has an effect of further improving the preference degree by adjusting the content of the perfume ingredient.

Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in more detail with reference to Examples. It is to be understood, however, that the scope of the present invention is not limited by these examples.

EXPERIMENTAL EXAMPLE 1 Analysis of Spice Odor Scent Components

In the present invention, a dynamic headspace method was used to analyze the spatially-oriented components of the Jirisan water wells.

Mini - pump and TENAX filling tube were used for collecting the space - oriented components. The collection tool was installed in the space where the fragrance characteristic of the specific area was best, and the space fragrance was collected in the TENAX filling tube at a flow rate of 1 L / min for more than 3 hours. Gas chromatography was used to identify the spatial fragrance components in the collected air, and the conditions were as shown in Table 1 below.

GC Model Agilent 6890N
Inlet Temp. 250 ℃
Split mode Splitless
Cryo-focus Initial -90 ° C
Ramp1 90 ° C / min to 180 ° C
Final 180 DEG C
Column TC-WAX: 60 m-0.25 mm-0.25 m
Oven temp. program Initial 40 [deg.] C (0 min)
Ramp1 3 ° C / min to 230 ° C
Final 30 min
Carrier gas flow Helium-1.0 ml / min
MSD Model Agilent 5973N
Transfer line 280 ℃
Quad 150 ℃
Ion source 230 ℃

As a result of analysis, the spatial fragrance components of the Jirisan hyangsan water were analyzed as shown in Table 2 below.

Ingredients Content (% by weight)
Alpha-pinene < / RTI > 2.464
Camphenee 0.405
Beta-pinene < / RTI > 0.343
Para-cymene < / RTI > 0.382
Anisic aldehyde 0.539
Other 95.867
total 100,000

In Table 2, the guitar includes volatile organic chemical components (that is, general atmospheric components) that are generally floating in the air and components that are likely to act as allergens (that is, allergen components). Only the fragrance ingredients were used except for the ingredients. The major fragrance components of the Jiri herbaceous water space, except for the other components, are alpha - pinene, camphene, beta - pinene, para - cymene and anilidealdehyde.

Table 3 shows the compositional names of the main general air and allergen components and the respective contents (% by weight with respect to total space-oriented components).

Ingredients Content (% by weight) Classification
Toluene 17.314 General atmospheric composition
Ethyl benzene 3.742 General atmospheric composition
Xylene 5.015 General atmospheric composition
Octanal 2.945 General atmospheric composition
Nonanal 8.149 General atmospheric composition
Benzaldehyde < / RTI > 4.314 General atmospheric composition
Benzoic acid 10.717 General atmospheric composition
Limonene 2.689 Allogenic component

Experimental Example 2. Preparation and Sensory Evaluation of Examples According to the Results of Analysis

On the basis of the analysis results of Experimental Example 1, Examples 1 and 2 having the compositions shown in Table 4 were prepared except for the other components such as allergen and the similarity between the flavor and the natural flavor of spirulina was examined through sensory evaluation.

Dipropylene glycol (DPG) and isopropyl myristate were used as solvents in the preparation of the examples. Dipropylene glycol is used as a flavoring agent, a solvent and a viscosity reducing agent, and isopropyl myristate has good skin absorbency and is mainly used as a cosmetic or dermatological solvent. In addition, both of the above two solvents are mainly used as a solvent (solvent) for dissolving various constituents in the preparation of a perfume composition.

Ingredients Content (% by weight)
Example 1 Example 2
Alpha-pinen 2.5 2.5
Kampen 0.5 0.5
Beta-pinen 0.3 0.3
Para-cymen 0.4 0.4
No formaldehyde 0.5 0.5
Dipropylene glycol 95.8 -
Isopropyl myristate - 95.8
total 100.0 100.0

Sensory evaluation was carried out on perfume experts composed of irritants. The fragrance suitability was evaluated as -10 (very weak - unsuitable), -5 (slightly weak - fit), O (very fit), +5 High-fit), and +10 (high-to-poor) scores. In other words, the closer the score is to zero, the better the local space is.

We compared the diffusiveness and intensity to assess the reproducibility of the local space. Diffusivity is an ability to spread around the fragrance and is an item suitable for evaluating the reproducibility peculiar to the space. The strength means intensity of the fragrance and is used as a basic sensory evaluation item of the perfume composition.

The sensory evaluation results of Examples 1 and 2 for the above items are shown in Table 5 below.

Evaluation items Local space Example 1 Example 2
Diffusiveness 0 -2.0 -0.5
Intensity 0 +5.0 +2.0

As a result of the sensory evaluations of Examples 1 and 2, it was confirmed that both of the examples were less than ± 5.0 points and were similar to the fragrance type in the local space. The composition of Example 1 was slightly less diffusive (-2.0), stronger (+5.0), and more diffusive (-0.5) than the local space, and the intensity (-2.0 ) Were evaluated as similar to the local space.

Therefore, based on the sensory evaluation results, we sought to find the optimal combination fragrance by adjusting the contents of all constituents including a suitable solvent in order to increase the diffusibility and reduce the intensity and improve the reproducibility of the spatial flavor.

Experimental Example 3. Preparation and Sensory Evaluation of Examples according to Content Changes

As can be seen from the results of Table 5, since the reproducibility of the perfume composition prepared using isopropyl myristate as a solvent was excellent, the perfume composition was prepared by combining the components in the following Examples.

The new combination fragrances of Examples 3 to 6 were prepared by varying the content of the fragrance components analyzed in Experimental Example 1. [ The specific composition is shown in Table 6 below.

Ingredients Example 2 Example 3 Example 4 Example 5 Example 6
Alpha-pinen 2.5 10.0 20.0 35.0 40.0
Kampen 0.5 2.0 4.0 6.0 8.0
Beta-pinen 0.3 1.0 3.0 6.0 8.0
Para-cymen 0.4 1.0 2.0 5.0 6.0
No formaldehyde 0.5 3.0 5.0 8.0 10.0
Isopropyl myristate 95.8 83.0 66.0 40.0 28.0
Total (% by weight) 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100

For the perfume evaluation of Examples 2 to 6, evaluation was made by a five-point rating method as strength, reproducibility, diffusiveness and hedonics as shown in Table 9 below. The evaluation was carried out with perfume experts composed of a perfume maker. The evaluation results are shown in Table 10 below. If each item is more than 2.5 points, it is judged that there is excellence in the item.

Evaluation items score
Strength: Is the strength of the fragrance appropriate?
1 2 3 4 5
(Complaint) (fitness) (satisfaction)
Reproducibility: Has the spatial orientation been expressed well?
Diffusivity: The spread of fragrance is good
Preference: Does it feel like a pleasant scent

Subject burglar Reproducibility preference Diffusibility Average
Example 2 2.50 2.75 2.50 2.50 2.56
Example 3 3.50 2.75 3.00 2.50 2.94
Example 4 4.00 3.75 3.25 3.50 3.63
Example 5 4.25 3.50 3.50 4.00 3.81
Example 6 2.75 3.50 3.25 3.00 3.13

As a result of the sensory evaluation, it was confirmed that Examples 2 to 6 had excellence in the respective items, and in particular, the perfume composition of Example 5 was found to have excellent perfume intensity, reproducibility, preference and diffusibility.

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  1. The composition of claim 1, wherein the composition comprises from 1.5 to 40.0% by weight of alpha-pinene, from 0.1 to 15.0% by weight of camphene, from 0.1 to 15.0% by weight of beta-pinene, ) 0.1 to 12.0% by weight and an anionic aldehyde (0.1 to 20.0% by weight). The perfume composition recreates the spatial flavor of the azalea tree habitat.
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  3. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the composition comprises isopropyl myristate as a solvent. The fragrance composition recreating the spatial flavor of the azalea habitat of Jirisan sp.
  4. The method of claim 3,
    Wherein the isopropyl myristate is contained in an amount of 25.0 to 95.0% by weight based on the total weight of the composition.
  5. A cosmetic composition comprising the perfume composition of claim 1 or 3.
  6. A perfume composition comprising the perfume composition of claim 1 or 3.
  7. A composition for external application for skin comprising the perfume composition of claim 1 or 3.
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