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Daebong LS patents cosmetic materials using Jeju citron fermentation

Applying ‘Vegan Ultra Biome’s proprietary method’… Proven effectiveness in blocking fine dust and UV rays


Daebong LS (CEO Park Jin-oh), a leading domestic clean and derma beauty material company, announced that it has developed a cosmetic material that acts as a shield from fine dust and UV exposure by fermenting Jeju citron and completed patent registration (No. 10-2645821).


In a situation where we are experiencing rapid urbanization and climate change, our skin is facing unprecedented challenges due to pollution from fine dust and harmful ultraviolet rays from external exposure. It is also frequently reported that these environmental stress factors accelerate skin aging, damage the skin barrier, and cause various skin problems.


Daebong LS succeeded in minimizing the loss of flavonoids from Jeju yuzu through its proprietary vegan ultra biome method. The company said that as a result of a human skin application test conducted after using the fermented Jeju citron extract using this technology, the amount of fine dust adsorption was reduced by 10.3%, proving its effectiveness in protecting the skin from environmental pollutants.


Jeju citron is also called 'vitamin P' obtained from citrus fruits and is known to prevent skin oxidation and stress from free radicals that cause skin aging. Naringin, a bioflavonoid ingredient, has excellent anti-inflammatory and skin protection effects from UV rays, and hesperidin has excellent whitening and antioxidant effects.


Daebong LS' fermented Jeju citron helps minimize the loss of naringin and hesperidin and promotes the production of filaggrin, a natural moisturizing factor that makes up the skin barrier. Not only does it improve skin moisture and skin moisture loss immediately after using the product, it also helps improve skin barrier damage caused by irritation such as micro scratches.


It is a raw material that can be effective in protecting the skin and improving damage by providing a variety of solutions by inhibiting melanin production increased by more than 20% each due to stress caused by ultraviolet rays and oxidation as well as fine dust.


Based on this, they demonstrated their technological prowess by publishing a paper in KCI and presenting a poster at IFSCC 2021.


A company official said, “Recently, interest in wall restoration has been rapidly increasing worldwide on social media. “This means that there are many consumers who want to find products that solve skin problems caused by various external stresses,” he said. “We meet the expectations of customers and consumers by presenting skin-friendly and effective solutions with cosmetic materials that lead global trends.” “I will do it,” he said.