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Preliminary Research on the Effect of Cosmetic Containing Ginseng Extract on Quality of Life of Healthy Women Based on Skindex-16
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Preliminary Research on the Effect of Cosmetic Containing Ginseng Extract on Quality of Life of Healthy Women Based on Skindex-16
Cho, Ga Young; Park, Hyo Min; Kwon, Lee Kyung; Cho, Sung A; Kang, Byung Young; Kim, Yoon Bum;
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 Abstract
This study is designed to analyze the effect of skincare using cosmetic containing ginseng extract, on improving quality of life (QOL) of healthy women, with blind testing. QOL is a concept that represents how one`s disease or health condition can physically, psychologically, and socially influence his or her daily life. The study was conducted to assess the effect of a ginseng cosmetic preparation on quality of life (QOL) using the Skindex-16 score, stratified by blind versus non-blinded option. 45 healthy women aged between 30 and 49 years with no skin disease were recruited for this study. Volunteers were divided into two groups. Group A (n
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skincare;cosmetic;quality of life;Skindex-16;ginseng;
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