Flashcards in Chapter 15 - Facial Treatments Deck (25)
When cleansing the face what type of cleanser should you use?
What is not a facial contraindication?
How do you prepare the skin for extractions?
Warm towels to soften the follicles and promote effective cleansing
The technique of manually removing impurities and comedones from follicles
Warms the skin and promotes penetration of ingredients deeper into the skin through the heat trapped under
Remove any products left on the skin and help balance the skin's pH
Concentrated ingredients used for specific corrective treatments
Seal in moisture and protect the barrier layer of the skin
What should be done at the very end of the facial
How long should the client wait till their next treatment?
What should be done first after the treatment is done?
Remove dirty linens
Necessary to protect and balance dry skin
What contributes to dehydrated skin
Limited water intake, the use of drying masks, cosmetics, medication, and other environmental factors
Common for those with sensitive, mature skin
What type of cleanser should be used on sensitive skin?
A gentle cleanser
What kind of cleanser should be used on acneic skin
A foaming cleanser with exfoliant
Individual finger gloves used for extractions
Preps the skin by softening the plug of dead cells, sedum and debris from the follicle shaft
Resembles follliculitis without the infection
What should you not put too much press on during a men's facial
First thing you do before service
How many passes do you make on the face when cleansing
Used during skin analysis
What should you use before the mag. light to cover the clients eyes