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Comparison on Cosmetic Activities of Acer mono Bark and Sap
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Comparison on Cosmetic Activities of Acer mono Bark and Sap
Seo, Yong-Chang; Kim, Ji-Seon; Choi, Woon-Yong; Cho, Jeong-Sub; Lim, Hye-Won; Yoon, Chang-Soon; Ma, Choong-Je; Lee, Hyeon-Yong;
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 Abstract
In this study, we investigated the cosmetic application of Acer mono sap through an ultra-high pressure process. Exposing Acer mono sap to a ultra-high pressure process resulted in 90.1% cell viability of human normal fibroblast cells (CCD-986sk) when added at the highest concentration. Acer mono sap also showed the hightest free radical scavenging activity after the ultra high pressure process. The melanogenesis inhibition rate in cloned M-3 cells was 59.0%. Tyrosinase was inhibited at a rate of 87.2% by adding 100% HPAMS. Anti-wrinkle activity was 78.1%. Acer mono sap showed enhanced storage following the ultra high pressure process. These results indicate that Acer mono sap may be a source for functional cosmetic agents capable of improving antioxidant, whitening, and antiwrinkling effects.
 Keywords
Acer mono Sap;Acer mono Bark;Ultra High Pressure;Antioxidant;Whitening Effect;Antiwrinkle;
 Language
Korean
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