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Cryptotanshinone for Treating Acne Vulgaris

Kang, Nae-Gyu   (Cosmetics R&D Center, LG Household & Health Care  ); Park, Ji-Eun   (Cosmetics R&D Center, LG Household & Health Care  ); Song, Young-Sook   (Cosmetics R&D Center, LG Household & Health Care  ); Kim, Jung-Ah   (Cosmetics R&D Center, LG Household & Health Care  ); Park, Mun-Eok   (Cosmetics R&D Center, LG Household & Health Care  ); Lee, Yong-Hwa   (Cosmetics R&D Center, LG Household & Health Care  ); Cho, Wan-Goo   (Cosmetics R&D Center, LG Household & Health Care  ); Kang, Seh-Hoon   (Cosmetics R&D Center, LG Household & Health Care  );
  • 초록

    Tests of stability and toxicity, and clinical evaluation of anti-acne activity suggest that cryptotanshinone, a constituent of the roots of Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge, is an effective active ingredient for acne vulgaris treatments. Acne vulgaris, called acne or pimples, is the most common disease of the pilosebaceous follicle unit of the skin. It affects nearly 80% of people between the ages of 11 and 30. Approximately 30% of teenagers have acne of sufficient severity to require medical treatment. Acne is a follicular disorder of the skin. It occurs in specialized pilosebaceous units on the face and body. Acne develops when these specialized follicles undergo pathologic alterations that result in the formation of non-inflammatory lesions (comedones) and inflammatory lesions (papules, pustules and nodules). An abnormality of keratinizing epithelium of these follicles, thought to be due to the action of sebum synthesized and secreted by the androgen-sensitive sebaceous glands, leads to inflammation induced by the follicular bacterium Propionibacterium acnes. Therapy involves treatments that modify these pathogenic factors and includes drugs with antikeratinizing, antibacterial and antiseborrheic actions. Acne vulgaris is a very frequent disease, seen primarily in adolescents, involving the sebaceous follicles. Acne vulgaris is characterized by a great variety of clinical inflammatory and non-inflammatory lesions: comedones, papules, pustules, nodules, cysts and scars. Acne vulgaris is a multi-factorial disease. Although its pathogenicity is unclear, extensive studies have shown that hyperseborrhea, superinfection by P. acnes and endocrinologic androgenic changes play a role in the development of acne vulgaris.


  • 주제어

    acne vulgaris .   anti-acne treatments .   cryptotanshinone .   botanicals.  

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