Dr. Byeong Deog Park Recognized by Marquis Who's Who for Excellence in Dermatological Research
Dr. Park brings with him more than 30 years of experience developing skin care products utilizing his patented technology
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, June 07, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Dr. Byeong Deog Park has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.
Dr. Park is an innovator, inventor and entrepreneur whose expertise in product development has earned him worldwide recognition over the last three decades and founded NeoPharm Co, Ltd, Korea in 2000. In particular, NeoPharm has produced four product lines that incorporate skin barrier technology, which mimics the barrier of natural skin and allows for maximum protection from outside elements including allergen and dry condition. Today, he excels as the chief science officer of NeoPharm USA (www.atopalm.com) an independent company in USA known for creating products in the skin care industry with distribution throughout North America. Previously, Dr. Park came to prominence as a senior researcher at the Aekyung Central Research Center, post doctorate associate at the department of chemistry at Rutgers University and research fellow of the Industrial Research Foundation. Other noteworthy accomplishments in Dr. Park's career include the publication of more than fifty articles covering his dermatological research and four books, including "An Atlas of Atopic Eczema and Atopic Dermatitis" and "Skin Type Solutions." In recognition of his professional excellence, Dr. Park was the recipient of a superiority prize from New Tech Korea, a Korean Excellence award and a prestigious excellence award from KOTRA, the Korean Trade Investment Promotion Agency.
Before establishing himself professionally, Dr. Park prepared for his career by pursuing his education. He attended Seoul National University, where he achieved a Bachelor of Science in chemical technology in 1988, a Master of Science in organic synthesis and chemical technology in 1990 and a doctoral degree in organic synthesis and chemical technology in 1994. To stay at the top of his field, Dr. Park is a member of the Korean Society for Skin Barrier Research, where he is tremendously involved with numerous projects in his role as vice chairman. In addition, he has taken on research opportunities outside of his profession to increase his impact on his industry. Most notably, he has achieved more than 48 patents. As he looks to the future, Dr. Park intends to continue providing top of the line dermatological research services while taking on new projects and opportunities as they arise.
A Quest for Healing, A MEMOIR THAT WEAVES TOGETHER SCIENCE, FAMILY, AND FAITH
Dr. Raymond Park is one of the world’s leading skin care scientists, credited with developing a formula that cured both his infant and four year old sons of acute atopic dermatitis, a formula that would go on to become the leading brand for sensitive skin in Korea and then the world. The path to his discovery was a lifetime in the making and there were dark moments when he might have turned away, never to offer his unique vision of skin care to the world. A Quest for Healing is the memoir of his path to this incredible discovery, a path fraught with the pressures of growing up in one of the most academically pressured and competitive societies in the world. Constant was his inner struggle to define himself on his own terms in the face of intense parental pressure about education, a troubled relationship with his father, men and women, and then, one of the most precious relationships of all: as a father with his sons, especially his middle son, who provokes the unforeseen depths of his own cultural conditioning, challenging him to the most difficult struggle of his life: how to be the parent he wanted to be deep in his heart.
Another Top Endorsement for the MLE Formula!
I am so excited and completely honored by an endorsement given to me this past week from one of the foremost dermatologists in the world, Dr. Leslie Baumann, MD. I have mentioned Dr. Baumann in a previous entry, or more specifically, her New York Times bestselling book, Skin Type Solutions in which she mentions my brand Atopalm with MLE as one of the world’s scientifically-proven formulas in skin care.
Dr. Baumann wrote an article for the Nov-Dec 2014 issue of Professional Beauty, a magazine out of Australia. In her article entitled, “Master Skincare Formulators” Dr. Baumann names four skin scientists as what she calls the “Julia Childs of the skincare world” or more specifically, “…the formulators and cosmetic chemists who (figuratively) put their blood, sweat and tears into years of developing products that yield efficacious results. They are often behind the scenes and their contributions are not always recognised. I refer to them as the Julia Childs of skincare, because Julia used her scientific knowledge and aesthetic sensibilities to change the world of cooking.” Dr. Baumann feels that the scientists she has chosen to endorse are ones whose skincare formulas can be trusted to give real results. I am one of the four scientists Dr. Baumann has highlighted in her article whose work she feels can truly be relied upon to deliver results.
An Atlas of Atopic Eczema
An essential companion for sufferers of atopic dermatitis and the practitioners who seek to treat them. Atopic dermatitis is a chronic skin disease which is increasing rapidly both in Korea and abroad. According to an epidemiological survey conducted in Korea in 1995, 12 to 24% of elementary school students and 6 to 8% of middle school students reported having been diagnosed with this disease. In 2000, 24.9% of elementary school students and 12.8% of middle school students had the disease. Atopic dermatitis is also a particularly troublesome chronic disease. As it is worsening, improving, and recurring, it is very important not only for the patient but also for the caregiver, the family, and the doctors who are in charge of treatment. Unproven treatment methods and folk remedies can be physically, economically and psychologically damaging, so the most scientifically-proven and accurate knowledge is needed for proper healing. This booklet has been compiled in a concise and comprehensible manner on the epidemiology, definition, pathology, etiology, clinical features, differential diagnosis and treatment of atopic dermatitis.
Sung Gu Ahn, Byeong Deog Park, Jin Hyeong Won, Sung Hyeon Cheon, GunJa Publisher Co., 2007
A comprehensive guide to understanding and treating Atopic dermatitis for both sufferers and the practitioners who treat them. Atopic dermatitis is a chronic skin disease in which the prevalence rate and the incidence rate are rapidly increasing in Korea and abroad. It is especially common in children and adolescents and tends to persist into adulthood. Because there are differences in the pattern of atopic dermatitis according to region, race, and living environment, it is necessary to understand the characteristic clinical features of the skin disorder and diagnose and treat according to the cause. Atopic dermatitis is a unique disease associated with asthma and allergic rhinitis. This book contains 1000 clinical photographs and references related to various charts and is easy to understand. It also describes the alternative medicine (folk medicine, Chinese medicine, etc.). In addition to doctors who are in charge of primary care, there is a guide to finding other practitioners who can help, including those in dermatology, pediatrics, Otorhinolaryngology, and ophthalmology.
hardcover - 447 pages. 1st edition.
Sung Gu Ahn, Byeong Deog Park, Jin Hyeong Won, Sung Yeol Oh, Sung, PUCIFIC PUBLISHER,2007
SKIN TYPE SOLUTION
The Korean translation of Dr. Leslie Bauman’s national bestseller The Skin Type Solution.
Renowned dermatologist Dr. Leslie
Bauman specifically recommends Atopalm products in her best-seller for skin care. Take the skin type quiz in her book and determine in seconds your skin type to find the products that will work best for you and bring out the healthiest and most beautiful skin possible.
In the field of skin care, the skin is often classified as dry, oily, complex, sensitive, normal. In this book, we classified the skin type into four types: intelligent vs. dry, sensitive vs. resistant, with pigmentation, and tenderness vs wrinkles. And classified them into 16 subtypes. We have defined 16 skin aspects and recommended features, examples, recommendations, skin care methods and skin care products. It was also described in detail, such as procedures, references, and advice by types. Complete classification and skin care guidelines are considered essential to dermatologists, skin-care workers, and cosmetic researchers as well as the general public. Find that guidance here, explained simply and comprehensively.
Sung Gu Ahn, Byeong Deog Park, Se Kyoo Jeong,et al, PACIFIC PUBLISHER Co., 2012
ALL ABOUT SKIN BARRIER
To be healthy, keep your skin barrier healthy first! The story of skin begins with the 'real skin barrier'
The skin barrier is the outermost layer of your skin and the first defense for your body against the harsh elements and environmental toxins.
If the skin barrier is damaged, pollutants or biological matter can easily pass through the skin, and as the water inside the skin gets out, the skin becomes easily irritated and becomes dry. If you have a normal healthy skin, you may be able to keep skin homeostasis that you can use a normal moisturizer for a while. However, for people with sensitive skin, it is necessary to use a barrier moisturizer that prevents and improves the barrier function of the skin. Considering that the barrier function of the skin is in charge of the lamellar structure present in the stratum corneum and the barrier function is deteriorated when the lamellar structure is damaged, using a product with the Maltese formula that reproduces the lamellar structure of the human skin helps the recovery of the skin barrier function, it's an effective way to do it. " Learn exactly what you need to know and what to do to restore your skin to health and beauty.
All About Skin Barrier is the perfect companion to knowing all you need to know in order to keep your skin barrier healthy and beautiful.
Byeong Deog Park, Sung Gu Ahn,Se Kyoo Jeong,
1) 中华皮肤科杂志2016年12月第49卷第12期Chin J Dermatol, December 2016, Vol. 49, No. 12, 敏感性皮肤及其处理对策, 蔄茂强 Se Kyoo Jeong, Byeong Deog Park, Peter M Elias
2) Comparison of the Efficacy of Atopalm® Multi-Lamellar Emulsion Cream and Physiogel® Intensive Cream in Improving Epidermal Permeability Barrier in Sensitive Skin. Jeong S, Lee SH, Park BD, Wu Y, Man G, Man MQ. Dermatol Ther (Heidelb). 2016 Feb 3. [Epub ahead of print] PMID:
3) Preventive effects of multi-lamellar emulsion on low potency topical steroid induced local adverse effect. Sul GD, Park HJ, Bae JH, Hong KD, Park BD, Chun J, Jeong SK, Lee SH, Ahn SK, Kim HJ. Ann Dermatol. 2013 Feb;25(1):5-11. doi: 10.5021/ad.2013.25.1.5. Epub 2013 Feb 14. PMID:
4) Anti-ageing effects of a new synthetic sphingolipid (K6EAA-L12) on aged murine skin.Jung M, Lee S, Park HY, Youm JK, Jeong S, Bae J, Kwon MJ, Park BD, Lee SH, Choi EH. Exp Dermatol. 2011 Apr;20(4):314-9. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0625.2010.01185.x. Epub 2011 Mar 1. PMID: 21366697 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
5) Effectiveness of Topical Chia Seed Oil on Pruritus of End-stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Patients and Healthy Volunteers. Jeong SK, Park HJ, Park BD, Kim IH. Ann Dermatol. 2010 May;22(2):143-8. Epub 2010 May 17. PMID: 20548903 [PubMed] Free PMC Article
6) The clinical efficacy of multi-lamellar emulsion(MLE) contained pseudoceramide(PC-9S) on atopic dermatitis, Byeong Deog Park, Jong Kyung Youm, Seung Hun Lee, The JSBR(2001)
7) Skin barrier and Lamellar structure, Byeong Deog Park, Jong Kyung Youm, Seung Hun Lee, The JSBR (2002)
8) The clinical efficacy of multi-lamellar emulsion containing pseudoceramide in childhood atopic dermatitis: an open crossover study, Eun Ju Lee, Ki Beom Suhr, Jeung Hoon Lee, Jang Kyu Park, Chun yu Jin, Jong Kyung Youm, Byeong Deog Park, Annals of dermatology(2003)
9) The function and clinical effectiveness of moisturizer as an adjunctive therapy, Byeong Deog Park(Byung Duk Park), Seung Hun Lee, Korean J Cosmetic Derma, 2004
10) The characterization of molecular organization of multilamellar emulsions containing pseudoceramide and type III synthetic ceramide, BD Park, JK Youm, SK Jeong, EH Choi, S H Lee, J. investigative dermatology(2003)
11) Stratum corneum lipids as bioactive materials for atopic dermatitis, Byeong Deog Park, Jong Kyung Youm, Sung Gu Ahn, Seung Hun Lee,ByJ.Soc.Cosmet.Scientists Korea (2004)
12) K6PC-5 as a Sphingosine-1-phosphate activator affects keratinocytes and fibroblasts, and has an effect on the anti-aging of skin, Jong Kyung Youm, Byeong Deog Park, Seung Hun Lee, Korean J. of Cosmetic dermatology(2005)
13) Effects of a multilamellar emulsion on glucocorticoid-induced epidermal atrophy and barrier impairment, Sung K Ahn, Hana N Park, Byeong D Park,Yang H. Kim, Jong K Youm, Eung H Choi, Seung P. Hong , Seung H Lee, Journal of Dermatology(2006)
14) Synthesis of mycolic acid biosurfactants and their physical and surface active properties, Myung Jin Lee, Hyung Sub Gkak, Byeong Deog Park, Sung Taik Lee, JAOCS(2005)
15) Effect of synthesized mycolic acid on the biodegradation of diesel oil by Gordonia nitida strain LE 31, MJ Lee, MK Kim, MJ Kwon, BD Park, MH Kim and ST Lee, J. of Biotechnology and Bioengineering (2005)
16) Inhibition of skin inflammation and atopic dermatitis by topical application of a novel ceramide derivative, K112PC-5, in mice. Kang JS, Lee CW, Lee K, Han MH, Lee H, Youm JK, Jeong SK, Park BD, Han SB, Han G, Park SK, Kim HM. Arch Pharm Res. 2008 Aug;31(8):1004-9. Epub 2008 Sep 12. PMID: 18787789 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
17) Inhibition of atopic dermatitis-like skin lesions by topical application of a novel ceramide derivative, K6PC-9p, in NC/Nga mice. Kang JS, Yoon WK, Youm JK, Jeong SK, Park BD, Han MH, Lee H, Moon EY, Han SB, Lee CW, Lee K, Park SK, Yang KH, Kim HM.Exp Dermatol. 2008 Nov;17(11):958-64. Epub 2008 Aug 20.PMID: 18721197 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
18) K6PC-5, a sphingosine kinase activator, induces anti-aging effects in intrinsically aged skin through intracellular Ca2+ signaling.Youm JK, Jo H, Hong JH, Shin DM, Kwon MJ, Jeong SK, Park BD, Choi EH, Lee SH. J Dermatol Sci. 2008 Aug;51(2):89-102. Epub 2008 Apr 16. PMID: 18420384 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
19) K6PC-5, a direct activator of sphingosine kinase 1, promotes epidermal differentiation through intracellular Ca2+ signaling.Hong JH, Youm JK, Kwon MJ, Park BD, Lee YM, Lee SI, Shin DM, Lee SH. J Invest Dermatol. 2008 Sep;128(9):2166-78. Epub 2008 Apr 3. PMID: 18385762 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Free Article
20) K6PC-5, a novel sphingosine kinase activator, improves long-term ultraviolet light-exposed aged murine skin.Park HY, Youm JK, Kwon MJ, Park BD, Lee SH, Choi EH.Exp Dermatol. 2008 Oct;17(10):829-36. Epub 2008 Mar 13.PMID: 18341573 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
21) Topical application of a novel ceramide derivative, K6PC-9, inhibits dust mite extract-induced atopic dermatitis-like skin lesions in NC/Nga mice. Kang JS, Youm JK, Jeong SK, Park BD, Yoon WK, Han MH, Lee H, Han SB, Lee K, Park SK, Lee SH, Yang KH, Moon EY, Kim HM. Int Immunopharmacol. 2007 Dec 15;7(13):1589-97. Epub 2007 Sep 4. PMID: 17996668 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
22) Novel synthetic ceramide derivatives increase intracellular calcium levels and promote epidermal keratinocyte differentiation. Kwon YB, Kim CD, Youm JK, Gwak HS, Park BD, Lee SH, Jeon S, Kim BJ, Seo YJ, Park JK, Lee JH. J Lipid Res. 2007 Sep;48(9):1936-43. Epub 2007 Jun 6. Erratum in: J Lipid Res. 2007 Dec;48(12):2794. PMID: 17554144 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Free Article
23) Novel Pseudoceramides and Their Synthesis Using Alkyl Ketene Dimer, Byeong Deog Park, Ki Mu Lee, Ik Ju Park, Young Jin Song, Jung Suk Lee, Myung Jin Lee, Journal of
The Society of Cosmetic Scientists of Korea Vol. 23, No.3.(1997)
24) The preparation of Multi-lamellar emulsion which containing pseudoceramid(PC-9), Byeong Deog Park, Jong Kyung Youm, Myung Jin Lee, Yoon Kim, Journal of The Society of Cosmetic Scientists of Korea Vol. 25, No.1.(1999)
25) The Synthesis of New Pseudoceramides Using Alkylketene Dimer And Their Physical Properties, Byeong Deog Park, Myung Jin Lee, Yoon Kim, Jong Gi Lee, Journal of Ind. & Eng. Chemistry, Vol 5, N0. 3,(1999)
26) The Effective in Vitro Anti-dandruff Test Method with Resazurin(alama Blue TM), Byeong Dog Park, Sun Young Hong, Se Kyu Jung, In Sik Zo, Hyeong Seo Gu, Il Min Han, Sang Myeong Lee, Wan Kyu Lee, Journal of The Society of Cosmetic Scientists of Korea, Vol. 25, No.3.(1999)
27) Synthesis of N-ethanol-2-(myristyl/palmityl)-3-oxo(stearamide/arachidamide) and its physical properties for cosmetic raw material, Byeong Deog Park, Myung Jin Lee, Yoon Kim, Jong Kyung Youm, J. Cosmet.Sci., 51,253-262(2000)
28) The Preparation and Application of Lamella Liquid crystal to Skin Care Product, Byeong Deog Park, Myung Jin Lee, Jong Gi Lee, Seung Hun Lee, Journal of The Society of Cosmetic Scientists of Korea, Vol 26, No. 1, 93~106 (2000)
29) The effectiveness of multi-lamellar emulsion(MLE) on damaged skin, Byeong Deog Park, Jong Kyung Youm, Sekyoo Jeong, EungHo Choi, Seung Hun Lee, Proceedings of PCIA 2001 125-134(2001)
30) Stabilization of retinol palmitate using multi-lamellar emulsion Proceedings of 5th
31) Properties of a pseudoceramide multi-lamellar emulsion in vitro and in vivo, Byeong Deog Park, Yoon Kim, Myung Jin Lee, Jong Kyung Youm, Sekyoo Jeong, EungHo Choi, Seung Hun Lee, Cosmetics & Toiletries, 2001