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WO2016084534A1
WO2016084534A1 PCT/JP2015/080124 JP2015080124W WO2016084534A1 WO 2016084534 A1 WO2016084534 A1 WO 2016084534A1 JP 2015080124 W JP2015080124 W JP 2015080124W WO 2016084534 A1 WO2016084534 A1 WO 2016084534A1
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    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45DHAIRDRESSING OR SHAVING EQUIPMENT; MANICURING OR OTHER COSMETIC TREATMENT
    • A45D44/00Other toilet or cosmetic equipment, e.g. for hairdressers' rooms
    • A45D44/22Face shaping devices, e.g. chin straps; Wrinkle removers, e.g. stretching the skin

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The present invention addresses the problem of providing a remover that is compact and easy to use. A remover (1) having a grasping part (2), and a chucking head part (3) that is continuous with the grasping part (2) and that is configured so as to be capable of using magnetic force to chuck and remove a beauty agent applied to the skin. The chucking head part (3) has a pair of main wall parts (31) facing each other, a peripheral wall part (32) for connecting the peripheral edges of the pair of main wall parts (31) together, and a magnet arranged between the pair of main wall parts (31). The magnet has a pair of magnetic poles, and is arranged at a position where a virtual line formed by linking the pair of magnetic poles intersects the pair of main wall parts (31).

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Remover

The present invention relates to a remover that adsorbs and removes a cosmetic applied to skin by magnetic force.

Conventionally, cosmetic agents having various properties such as a relatively low-viscosity syrup, a relatively high-viscosity paste, a gel, and a powder are known. Some cosmetic agents of this type are configured to remove skin dirt, wastes and the like together with the cosmetic agent by removing them after a while after being applied to the skin. As a method for removing such a beauty agent from the skin, a method of wiping with cotton or the like, or washing off with warm water or the like is common.

As a method of removing a cosmetic agent after use more easily than these general methods, a method of adsorbing and removing a cosmetic agent applied to the skin by a magnetic force has been proposed. For example, Patent Document 1 discloses a magnetic attractor having a substantially rod-shaped handle and a magnet attached to the tip of the handle. This magnetic adsorber is configured such that one end face of a disk-shaped magnet is exposed on the outer surface of the magnetic adsorber, and the magnetic fluid contained in the pack agent can be adsorbed on the end face.

Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2003-199620

Since there is a limit to the amount of cosmetic agent that can be adsorbed to the magnetic adsorber, it becomes difficult to remove the cosmetic agent from the skin as the amount of the cosmetic agent adsorbed to the magnetic adsorber during use approaches the limit. Therefore, every time it becomes difficult for the user to remove the cosmetic agent from the skin, the user needs to interrupt the operation of removing the cosmetic agent from the skin, and pull the cosmetic agent away from the magnetic adsorber for disposal. Therefore, in order to improve the usability of the magnetic adsorber, it is required to increase the amount of the cosmetic agent that can be adsorbed to the magnetic adsorber and reduce the number of times the cosmetic agent is discarded.

However, since the other end surface of the magnet is covered with the handle, the magnetic adsorber of Patent Document 1 cannot adsorb the cosmetic agent on the end surface. Therefore, it is necessary to increase the size of the magnet in order to increase the amount of cosmetic agent that can be adsorbed to the magnetic adsorber. On the other hand, an increase in the size of the magnet causes an increase in the size of the entire magnetic attractor and an increase in mass, resulting in a problem that the usability of the magnetic attractor deteriorates.

The present invention has been made in view of such a background, and aims to provide a small and easy-to-use remover.

One embodiment of the present invention includes a gripping portion;
A suction head portion that is connected to the gripping portion and configured to be able to suck and remove the cosmetic applied to the skin by magnetic force;
The suction head portion includes a pair of main wall portions facing each other, a peripheral wall portion connecting the peripheral edges of the pair of main wall portions, and a magnet disposed between the pair of main wall portions. And
The magnet has a pair of magnetic poles, and is a remover in which an imaginary line connecting the pair of magnetic poles is arranged in a direction intersecting the pair of main wall portions.

The remover has the attraction head portion including the pair of main wall portions, the peripheral wall portion, and the magnet disposed between the pair of main wall portions. The magnet has a pair of magnetic poles, and an imaginary line connecting the pair of magnetic poles is arranged in a direction intersecting the pair of main wall portions. Therefore, the said adsorption | suction head part can generate magnetic force from the outer surface of each said main wall part, and it can adsorb | suck a used beauty agent to each said main wall part, and can remove it from skin. As a result, the adsorption head unit can increase the amount of the cosmetic agent that can be adsorbed from the skin by the magnetic force without increasing the size of the magnet. Therefore, the remover can reduce the number of times the cosmetic agent is discarded.

Further, the remover can easily avoid an increase in size and an increase in mass by including the suction head portion. Therefore, the usability of the remover can be improved while increasing the amount of the cosmetic agent that can be adsorbed from the skin. Furthermore, it can be expected that the remover is further reduced in size and weight by downsizing the magnet.

As described above, the remover is small and easy to use by having the suction head.

FIG. 3 is a perspective view of a remover in the first embodiment. FIG. 3 is a top view of the remover in the first embodiment. The top view which looked at the remover in Example 1 from the main wall part side. FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view taken along line IV-IV in FIG. 2. FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view taken along line VV in FIG. 4. FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view taken along line VI-VI in FIG. 4. Explanatory drawing of the usage method of a remover in Example 1. FIG. The perspective view of the stand for removers in Example 2. FIG. FIG. 6 is a top view of a remover stand according to the second embodiment. FIG. 10 is a cross-sectional view taken along line XX in FIG. 9.

In the remover, the pair of main wall portions have a main adsorption region on at least a part of the outer surface. Here, the main adsorption region refers to a region in the outer surface of the main wall portion where the generated magnetic force is maximized and its vicinity. Usually, an area formed by projecting the shape of the magnet onto the outer surface of the main wall and the area in the vicinity thereof are the main attracting area.

The main adsorption region may exist on the entire outer surface of the main wall. Of the pair of main wall portions, the position and shape of the first main adsorption region in the first main wall portion and the position and shape of the second main adsorption region in the second main wall portion are the same. May be good or different. Further, the magnitude of the magnetic force generated from the first main adsorption region and the magnitude of the magnetic force generated from the second main adsorption region may be the same or different.

Further, the suction head unit may have an area where the used beauty agent can be adsorbed in addition to the main adsorption area. The suction head unit is configured to be able to suck a used cosmetic agent on, for example, the outer peripheral edge portion of the main suction region, the outer surface of the peripheral wall portion that connects the peripheral edges of the pair of main wall portions, and the like. May be.

The pair of main wall portions may have a mirror-symmetric shape with respect to a symmetry plane passing between them. In this case, in the operation of adsorbing the used beauty agent and removing it from the skin, it is possible to make it difficult for the user to experience the difference between the first main wall portion and the second main wall portion. Therefore, the usability of the remover can be further improved.

The magnet is preferably arranged in a direction in which a virtual line connecting a pair of magnetic poles is substantially orthogonal to the symmetry plane. In this case, the magnetic force generated from each of the pair of main wall portions can be increased as compared with the case where the virtual line is greatly inclined from the symmetry plane. As a result, the total amount of the cosmetic agent that can be adsorbed to the remover can be increased, and the usability of the remover can be further improved.

In the remover, the magnitude of the magnetic force generated from the first main adsorption region in the first main wall portion and the magnitude of the magnetic force generated from the second main adsorption region in the second main wall portion are substantially the same. Is preferred. That is, it is preferable that the amount of the cosmetic agent that can be adsorbed on the first main adsorption region and the amount of the cosmetic agent that can be adsorbed on the second main adsorption region are substantially the same. In this case, compared with the case where the magnitude of the magnetic force generated from the first main adsorption area is different from the magnitude of the magnetic force generated from the second main adsorption area, the total amount of the cosmetic agent that can be adsorbed to the remover is increased. be able to.

Also, in this case, it is possible to make it difficult for the user to experience the difference between the first main adsorption area and the second main adsorption area in the work of adsorbing the used beauty agent and removing it from the skin. As a result, the usability of the remover can be further improved.

More preferably, the first main adsorption region is disposed at a mirror-symmetrical position with respect to the second main adsorption region and the symmetry plane. In this case, in the operation of adsorbing the used beauty agent and removing it from the skin, the user may use the remover without experiencing the difference between the first main adsorption region and the second main adsorption region. it can. As a result, the usability of the remover can be further improved.

The outer surface of the main wall is preferably a flat surface. In this case, the main adsorption region can be easily brought close to the cosmetic agent applied to the skin. Therefore, the user can efficiently perform the operation of removing the used beauty agent from the skin by using the remover. As a result, the usability of the remover can be further improved.

The magnet is preferably disposed at the tip of the suction head portion in the longitudinal direction of the remover and has a shape corresponding to the inner wall surface of the tip. In this case, the main adsorption region can be provided on the outer surface of the main wall portion at the tip portion, and the used cosmetic agent can be adsorbed on the outer surface of the peripheral wall portion at the tip portion. For this reason, by using the main adsorption region, it is possible to efficiently remove, for example, a cosmetic agent applied to a relatively uneven portion such as a cheek, forehead, arm, leg, or back. In addition, by using the outer surface of the peripheral wall portion, it is possible to efficiently remove the cosmetic agent applied to relatively large portions such as the nose and mouth. And by using the main adsorption region and the outer surface of the peripheral wall part as described above, the user can perform the work of adsorbing and removing the used beauty agent from the skin by using the remover. It can be done easily. As a result, the usability of the remover can be further improved.

The grip portion may have a mirror-symmetric shape with respect to the symmetry plane. In this case, when the remover is moved from one hand to the other hand and used, the remover can be easily held by either hand. Therefore, the usability of the remover can be further improved.

The gripping part preferably has a larger outer dimension in the opposing direction of the pair of main wall parts than the suction head part. In this case, when making the said main adsorption area | region approach the cosmetics apply | coated to skin, it can make a holding part easier to grip. Therefore, the usability of the remover can be further improved.

The suction head portion may include a head base portion that extends from the grip portion and a head bulge portion that bulges in one direction from the head base portion. In this case, in the work of removing the used beauty agent from the skin, the gripping portion is less likely to interfere with the human body by bringing the suction head portion closer so that the head bulge portion is closer to the beauty agent. Can do. Therefore, the user can easily perform the work of adsorbing the used beauty agent and removing it from the skin by using the remover. As a result, the usability of the remover can be further improved.

The head base portion may extend in a direction inclined in the bulging direction of the head bulging portion with respect to the longitudinal direction of the remover. In this case, in the same manner as described above, in the operation of removing the used beauty agent from the skin, the gripping portion can be made difficult to interfere with the human body by bringing the suction head portion closer from the head bulging portion side. . Therefore, the user can easily perform the operation of adsorbing the used beauty agent and removing it from the skin by using the remover. As a result, the usability of the remover can be further improved.

The grip portion may be curved such that a center line formed by connecting the center of gravity of a cross section perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the remover protrudes in the bulge direction of the head bulge portion. In this case, the grip portion has a shape that easily fits the hand. Therefore, the user can easily stabilize the posture of the remover in the operation of removing the used beauty agent from the skin by using the remover. As a result, the usability of the remover can be further improved.

The back surface on the head base side of the grip portion may have a concave curved shape along the longitudinal direction. In this case, similarly to the above, the grip portion has a shape that easily fits the hand. Therefore, the user can easily stabilize the posture of the remover in the operation of removing the used beauty agent from the skin by using the remover. As a result, the usability of the remover can be further improved.

(Example 1)
Examples of the remover will be described with reference to the drawings. As shown in FIG. 1, the remover 1 has a gripping part 2 and a suction head part 3 that is connected to the gripping part 2 and configured to be able to suck and remove the cosmetic agent 4 applied to the skin by magnetic force. . As shown in FIGS. 3 to 5, the suction head unit 3 includes a pair of main wall portions 31 facing each other, a peripheral wall portion 32 connecting the peripheral edges of the pair of main wall portions 31, and a pair of main wall portions 31. And a magnet 33 disposed between the two. As shown in FIG. 5, the magnet 33 has a pair of magnetic poles 331, and an imaginary line L <b> 1 connecting the pair of magnetic poles 331 is arranged in a direction intersecting with the pair of main wall portions 31.

As shown in FIGS. 1 to 3, the remover 1 has a substantially rod-like shape as a whole, and the grip portion 2 and the suction head portion 3 are arranged in the longitudinal direction X. As shown in FIGS. 2 and 5, the suction head portion 3 of this example has a mirror-symmetric shape with respect to a symmetry plane P passing between the pair of main wall portions 31. Further, the suction head unit 3 includes a head base 34 that extends from the gripping unit 2 and a head bulge 35 that bulges in one direction from the head base 34. In this example, as shown in FIG. 3, when the remover 1 is viewed from the opposing direction of the pair of main wall portions 31, that is, from the normal direction of the symmetry plane P, the suction head portion 3 has a substantially semicircular outline. The head bulging portion 35 has a contour 351 curved in an arc shape.

In the present embodiment, the suction head portion 3 side in the longitudinal direction X of the remover 1 may be referred to as the front X1, and the grip portion 2 side may be referred to as the rear X2. Further, the arrangement direction of the head base 34 and the head bulge 35 may be referred to as the vertical direction Y, the head base 34 side in the vertical Y may be referred to as the upper Y1, and the head bulge 35 may be referred to as the lower Y2. Further, the opposing direction of the pair of main wall portions 31 may be referred to as a thickness direction Z. The description of the direction regarding these removers 1 is for convenience, and has nothing to do with the direction of the remover 1 when performing the operation of removing the cosmetic agent 4 from the skin.

As shown in FIG. 3, the head base 34 extends in a direction inclined with respect to the longitudinal direction X of the remover 1 in the bulging direction of the head bulging portion 35. That is, the head base 34 is inclined downward Y2 gradually toward the front X1 in the longitudinal direction X, with the portion continuing to the grip 2 as the base end 341.

As shown in FIGS. 3 and 5, the suction head unit 3 includes a pair of main wall portions 31 and a peripheral wall portion 32 that connects the peripheral edges of the pair of main wall portions 31. As shown in FIG. 3, the pair of main wall portions 31 of the suction head portion 3 are disposed on the side peripheral surface of the remover 1 and have a mirror-symmetric shape with respect to a symmetry plane P passing between the two. . Moreover, as shown in FIG. 5, the outer surface 311 of the main wall part 31 of this example is comprised from the flat surface. As shown in FIG. 5, the peripheral wall portion 32 has a shape curved in an arc shape in a cross section perpendicular to the longitudinal direction X of the remover 1. Moreover, the peripheral wall part 32 has the center of the thickness direction Z in the cross section bulged outward.

As shown in FIG. 2, the grip portion 2 has a mirror-symmetric shape with respect to the symmetry plane P. Further, the grip portion 2 has a larger outer dimension in the facing direction (thickness direction Z) of the pair of main wall portions 31 than the suction head portion 3. The remover 1 of this example has a maximum thickness portion 21 having the largest outer dimension in the vicinity of the rear end of the grip portion 2 when the remover 1 is viewed from above Y1, as shown in FIG. It is comprised so that an outer dimension may become small gradually as it goes to the front X1 from the part 21. FIG.

Further, as shown in FIG. 4, in the grip portion 2, the center line L <b> 2 formed by connecting the center of gravity of the cross section orthogonal to the longitudinal direction X of the remover 1 is the bulge direction (lower Y <b> 2) of the head bulge portion 35. Is curved to protrude. As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the back surface 22 on the head base 34 side of the grip portion 2 has a concave curved shape along the longitudinal direction X.

As shown in FIG. 3, the remover 1 has a case upper part 11 constituting the head base 34 side, and a case lower part 12 engaging with the case upper part 11 and constituting the head bulging part 35 side. The case upper part 11 and the case lower part 12 are each arranged over the entire length in the longitudinal direction X of the remover 1.

As shown in FIGS. 4 and 6, the case lower part 12 has a rib 121 erected toward the case upper part 11 side (upper Y1). As shown in FIG. 6, the rib 121 is erected so as to have a slight clearance from the inner wall surface 111 of the case upper portion 11 in a region corresponding to the grip portion 2. Thereby, the rigidity of the grip part 2 can be improved.

As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, an internal space 13 exists between the case upper portion 11 and the case lower portion 12, and one magnet 33 is disposed in the internal space 13. The magnet 33 in this example is a columnar neodymium magnet magnetized in the thickness direction Z, and has magnetic poles 331 at both ends in the thickness direction Z.

As shown in FIG. 5, the magnet 33 is arranged in a direction in which an imaginary line L <b> 1 connecting the pair of magnetic poles 331 intersects both the pair of main wall portions 31. The magnet 33 of this example is arranged in a direction in which the virtual line L1 is orthogonal to the symmetry plane P, that is, in a direction in which the virtual line L1 is parallel to the thickness direction Z. That is, of the pair of end surfaces 332 (332a, 332b) of the magnet 33, the first end surface 332a faces the first main wall portion 31a, and the second end surface 332b faces the second main wall portion 31b. Yes. In this example, the clearance between the first end surface 332a and the first main wall portion 31a and the clearance between the second end surface 332b and the second main wall portion 31b are substantially equal. Thus, the magnet 33 is arranged.

As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, the magnet 33 is disposed at the distal end portion 36 of the suction head portion 3 in the longitudinal direction X of the remover 1 and has a shape corresponding to the inner wall surface of the distal end portion 36. ing. The magnet 33 of this example is held at the tip portion 36 by magnet pressing portions 112 and 122 (see FIG. 4) provided in the case upper portion 11 and the case lower portion 12, respectively. The magnet 33 is held with little clearance between the magnet 33 and the peripheral wall portion 32.

The remover 1 of the present example has the main adsorption region 14 on the outer surface at the front X1 of the main wall portion 31 as shown in FIG. The magnitude of the magnetic force generated from the first main adsorption region 14a (see FIG. 5) in the first main wall portion 31a and the magnitude of the magnetic force generated from the second main adsorption region 14b in the second main wall portion 31b. Are substantially the same. Further, in the present example, the first main suction region 14a is disposed at a mirror-symmetrical position with respect to the symmetry plane P with respect to the second main suction region 14b.

The remover 1 of the present example can adsorb the used cosmetic agent 4 to the entire tip portion 36 of the adsorption head unit 3 by having the above-described configuration. Specifically, the remover 1 of the present example is also applied to a portion 321 (see FIGS. 4 and 5) that connects the first main adsorption region 14a and the second main adsorption region 14b on the outer surface of the peripheral wall portion 32. The used beauty agent 4 can be adsorbed.

Next, an example of how to use the remover 1 of this example will be described. The user first applies the cosmetic 4 configured to be attracted to the skin by magnetic force. As the cosmetic agent 4, for example, a powder containing a magnetic powder made of a ferromagnetic material can be used. Further, the cosmetic agent 4 may further contain cosmetic ingredients having various effects such as a moisturizing ingredient, a ingredient for supplying nutrients to the skin, and a ingredient for raising the dirt component of the skin. The cosmetic agent 4 may be configured such that at least a part of the magnetic powder remains on the skin surface when the magnetic powder is removed from the skin, depending on the beauty effect to be obtained. Accordingly, almost all may be removed from the skin surface.

Next, as shown in FIG. 7, the user brings the suction head portion 3 close to the cosmetic agent 4 applied to the skin. At this time, the gripping portion 2 can be made difficult to interfere with the human body by bringing the suction head portion 3 closer so that the head bulging portion 35 side is closer to the cosmetic agent 4.

As described above, the remover 1 of the present example can adsorb the cosmetic agent 4 to the entire distal end portion 36 of the adsorption head unit 3, so that the adsorption head unit 3 is arranged so that the main wall unit 31 faces the skin. You may make it approach the cosmetic agent 4, and you may make the adsorption head part 3 approach the cosmetic agent 4 so that the surrounding wall part 32 may face skin. In any case, it is possible to remove the beauty agent 4 from the skin by applying a magnetic force to the beauty agent 4 applied to the skin.

As described above, the remover 1 of this example has the suction head portion 3 having a mirror-symmetric shape with respect to the symmetry plane P. And the magnet 33 which comprises the said specific shape is arrange | positioned at the front-end | tip part 36 of the adsorption head part 3. FIG. As a result, the adsorption head unit 3 can increase the amount of the cosmetic agent 4 that can be adsorbed from the skin by the magnetic force without increasing the size of the magnet 33. As a result, it is possible to reduce the number of times that the cosmetic agent 4 is discarded.

Moreover, the remover 1 can easily avoid an increase in size and an increase in mass by including the suction head portion 3. Therefore, the usability of the remover 1 can be improved while increasing the amount of the cosmetic agent 4 that can be adsorbed from the skin.

In this example, the example of the remover 1 including one magnet 33 is shown, but the remover 1 may include a plurality of magnets 33. For example, when two magnets 33 are provided in the suction head unit 3, a configuration in which the magnets 33 are brought into contact with the inner wall surface of each main wall portion 31 one by one is conceivable. The magnet 33 is not limited to a neodymium magnet, and may be another permanent magnet such as a samarium cobalt magnet or a ferrite magnet. An electromagnet can be used as the magnet 33.

(Example 2)
This example is an example of a table 5 on which the remover 1 according to the first embodiment is placed. As shown in FIGS. 8 to 10, the cradle 5 of this example includes a main body 51 made of a non-magnetic material, and a plurality of built-in members 52 made of a ferromagnetic material and disposed inside the main body 51. have. As shown in FIG. 8, the main body 51 includes a head housing portion 53 (see FIGS. 9 and 10) that houses the main suction region 14 and the vicinity thereof in the suction head portion 3 and supports the remover 1. . The cradle 5 is configured such that a magnetic attractive force is generated between the suction head unit 3 housed in the head housing unit 53 and the built-in member 52.

As shown in FIG. 10, the main body 51 of the cradle 5 includes a top plate portion 512 having a head accommodating portion 53, a bottom plate portion 513 arranged to face the top plate portion 512, and a top plate portion 512 and a bottom plate portion 513. And a side surface portion 514 for connecting the two. Moreover, as shown in FIG. 8, the main-body part 51 is exhibiting the substantially truncated-conical shape which makes the top plate part 512 the top surface.

As shown in FIG. 10, the inside of the main body 51 is formed hollow. In this embodiment, with respect to the vertical direction Y of the pedestal 5, the top plate portion 512 side may be referred to as the upper Y3, and the bottom plate portion 513 side may be referred to as the lower Y4.

As shown in FIG. 10, the top plate portion 512 and the side surface portion 514 are integrally formed as a main body upper portion 515. The main body upper portion 515 has a substantially truncated cone shape with the top plate portion 512 as a top surface, and its bottom surface is an open surface as shown in FIG. The main body upper part 515 is formed using an ABS resin.

As shown in FIGS. 9 and 10, the head accommodating portion 53 is formed by recessing the center of the top plate portion 512 and has a recessed shape corresponding to the suction head portion 3 of the remover 1. That is, the head accommodating portion 53 includes a pair of flat portions 531 extending from the top plate portion 512 toward the lower side Y4, and a peripheral edge portion 532 connecting the edges of the pair of flat portions 531. . The pair of flat portions 531 and the peripheral edge portion 532 have shapes corresponding to the main wall portion 31 and the peripheral wall portion 32 of the suction head portion 3, respectively. Moreover, the head accommodating part 53 is comprised so that the magnet 33 can be accommodated below Y4 rather than the opening end surface 533 (refer FIG. 10).

Further, as shown in FIGS. 9 and 10, the head accommodating portion 53 has a cylindrical portion 535 extending from the lower end 534 of the peripheral edge portion 532 toward the lower Y4. As shown in FIG. 10, the lower end of the cylindrical portion 535 passes through the bottom plate portion 513. As a result, the space in the lower portion Y4 of the bottom plate portion 513 and the head accommodating portion 53 communicate with each other through the tubular portion 535.

As shown in FIG. 10, the bottom plate portion 513 is formed in a disc shape that matches the open surface (bottom surface) of the main body upper portion 515. Further, the bottom plate portion 513 is curved in a concave shape so that the center portion is located above the outer peripheral edge Y3. In this example, the bottom plate portion 513 is made of ABS resin.

A plurality of built-in members 52 made of a ferromagnetic material are disposed inside the cradle 5. In this example, as shown in FIG. 10, four iron plates 521 as the built-in member 52 are arranged at the center of the bottom plate portion 513. The iron plate 521 has a substantially square shape, and is fastened to the bottom plate portion 513 using screws in a state where four pieces are stacked.

Although not shown in the drawing, a ferrite sheet as the built-in member 52 is disposed on each of the pair of flat portions 531 in the head accommodating portion 53. The ferrite sheet is a sheet-like molded body made of a resin in which powdered ferrite is dispersed, and is bonded to the inner wall surface of the flat portion 531, that is, the inner surface of the cradle 5.

When the remover 1 is placed on the table 5, the suction head portion 3 of the remover 1 is inserted into the head accommodating portion 53 as shown in FIG. Since the built-in member 52 (iron plate 521 and ferrite sheet) made of a ferromagnetic material is built in the table 5, there is no magnetic force between the suction head unit 3 housed in the head housing unit 53 and the built-in member 52. A suction force is generated. Thereby, the attitude | position of the remover 1 can be stabilized and it can prevent that the remover 1 falls down unintentionally.

Further, in the state where the suction head unit 3 is housed in the head housing portion 53, the magnet 33 is disposed below the opening end surface 533 (see FIG. 10) of the head housing portion 53 in the direction Y4. Therefore, the magnetic lines of force generated from the magnet 33 are concentrated on the built-in member 52, and the magnetic lines of force are less likely to leak out of the pedestal 5. As a result, the magnetic force generated from the magnet 33 is less likely to act on the periphery of the cradle 5 and the usability of the remover 1 can be further improved.

Further, the head accommodating portion 53 includes a cylindrical portion 535 at the lower end, and the head accommodating portion 53 communicates with the space below the bottom plate portion 513 through the cylindrical portion 535. Therefore, the cradle 5 of this example can discharge dust, dust, and the like accumulated in the head accommodating portion 53 to the lower portion Y4 through the cylindrical portion 535, and can be easily cleaned.

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  1. A gripping part;
    A suction head portion that is connected to the gripping portion and configured to be able to suck and remove the cosmetic applied to the skin by magnetic force;
    The suction head portion includes a pair of main wall portions facing each other, a peripheral wall portion connecting the peripheral edges of the pair of main wall portions, and a magnet disposed between the pair of main wall portions. And
    The magnet has a pair of magnetic poles, and a remover in which an imaginary line connecting the pair of magnetic poles is arranged in a direction intersecting the pair of main wall portions.
  2. The remover according to claim 1, wherein the pair of main wall portions have a mirror-symmetric shape with respect to a symmetry plane passing between the pair of main wall portions.
  3. The remover according to claim 2, wherein the magnet is arranged in a direction in which the imaginary line is substantially orthogonal to the symmetry plane.
  4. The pair of main wall portions have a main adsorption region on at least a part of the outer surface, and the magnitude of the magnetic force generated from the first main adsorption region in the first main wall portion and the second main wall. The remover according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the magnitude of the magnetic force generated from the second main adsorption region in the portion is substantially the same.
  5. The remover according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein an outer surface of the main wall portion is a flat surface.
  6. The magnet according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the magnet is disposed at a tip portion of the suction head portion in a longitudinal direction of the remover and has a shape corresponding to an inner wall surface of the tip portion. The remover described.
  7. 7. The suction head portion includes a head base portion extending from the grip portion and a head bulging portion bulging in one direction from the head base portion. Remover described in 1.
  8. The remover according to claim 7, wherein the head base portion extends in a direction inclined in the bulging direction of the head bulging portion with respect to the longitudinal direction of the remover.
  9. The remover according to any one of claims 1 to 8, wherein the grip portion has a larger outer dimension in the facing direction of the pair of main wall portions than the suction head portion.
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