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The health screening performed prior to a facial treatment is used by the technician to determine any:

A. product preference
B. client lifestyle
C. financial background
D. contraindications

D. conraindications


The preliminary parts of a facial treatment that determine the treatments to be performed are:

A. skin consultation and payment
B. skin analysis and consultation
C. client consultation and draping
D. skin analysis and product choice

B. skin analysis and consultation


Clients with obvious skin abnormalities such as open sores, fever blisters, or abnormal-looking signs should be:

A. advised of services
B. provided treatments
C. referred to a physician
D. provided free services

C. referred to a physician


When removing a cleanser from the eye area, it should be removed with damp facial sponges or cotton pads:

A. in an upward and outward movement:
B. in down and across movements
C. with friction movements
D. in upward and across movements

A. in an upward and outward movement


When performing a skin analysis with a magnifying lamp, the first thing the technician should look for is the presence or absence of:

A. skin types
B. visible pores
C. evaporated cells
D. oily skin areas

B. visible pores


If the client is not producing enough sebum, the skin type is characterized as:

A. clean
B. oily
C. alipidic
D. normal

C. alipidic


Skin that has small pores and may be flaky or dr with fine lines and wrinkles is characterized as:

A. dehydrated
B. oily
C. normal
D. senstive

A. dehydrated


Oily skin or skin that produces too much sebm may appear shiny or greasy and have:

B. small pores
C. flakes
d. large pores

D. large pores


Pores that are clogged from dead cells building up in the follicle
opening may of the :

A. creams
B. comedones
C. milia
D. sebum

B. comedones


The difference between closed and open comedones is the size of the follicle opening or the:

A. gland
B. sebum
C. ostium
D. skin

C. ostium


When the follicle becomes clogged, resulting in an infection of the follicle, it is caused by a type of acne bacteria called:

A. hydrators
B. anaerobic
C. sebum imbalance
D. hyperpigmentation

B. anaerobic


Red pimples that do not have a pus head are referred to as:

A. elastin pimples
B. acne papules
C. acne pigmentation
D. acne oxygen

B. acne papules


A skin condition caused by sun exposure or hormone imbalances resulting in the dark blotches of color in areas of the skin is:

A. hypertrichosis
B. hydrators
C. dehydration
D. hyperpigmentation

D. hypertrichosis


A chronic hereditary disorder indicated by constant or frequent facial blushing is:

A. rosacea
B. tinea
C. pustules
D. comedones

A. rosacea


A non foaming cleansing product that is designed to cleanse and dry sensitive skin is:

A. astringent lotion
B. cleansing powder
C. foaming cleanser
D. cleansing milk

D. cleansing milk


Cleansing products that foam and rinse off easily generally contain surfactants also known as:

A. astringents
B. skin toners
C. detergents
D. exfoliants

C. detergents


Skin products designed to lower the pH of skin after cleansing and remove excess cleansing product are fresheners, astringents, or:

A. detergents
B. surfactants
C. toners
D. emollients

C. toners


Exfoliant products are used on skin surfaces to make the skin look smoother by:

A. removing excess moisture
B. removing excess dead cells
C. removing makeup
D. adding moisture to skin

B. removing excess dead cells


Cosmetology professionals are only allowed to use products that remove surface dead cells from the:

A. internal dermis
B. stratum corneum
C. stratum dermis
D. dermal layer

B. stratum corneum


A gentle chemical exfoliation acid that helps dissolve the bonds and intercellular cement between cells is:

A. alpha hydroxy acid
B. emulsion acid
C. astringent acid
D. steaming acid

A. alpha hydroxy acid


A salon-type of alpha hydroxy acid exfoliant at that contains a concentration of 20 to 30 percent acid is referred to as a:

A. skin brushing
B. peel
C. beta hydroxy acid
D. removal

B. peel


A chemical exfoliant that works by dissolving keratin protein in the surface skin ells is known as an enzyme peel or:

A. keratolytic
B. salt peel
C. cream treatment
D. tonic peel

A. keratolytic


An enzyme cream-type skin peel that forms a crust and is rooled off the skin is a:

A. papain
B. scrubbing
C. emulsion
D. gommage

D. gommage


Moisturizers that increase the water content of the skin's surface with a product that is water-binding are known as:

A. toners
B. astringents
C. hydrators
D. emollients

C. hydrators


A fatty or oily ingredient used to block moisture from leaving the skin is a(n):

A. emollient
B. exfoliant
C. toner
D. sunscreen

A. emollient


Clients should be advised to use sunscreens that protect against both UVA and:

A. VBB sun rays
B. UVB sun rays
C. UTB sun rays
D. ATB sun rays

B. UVB sun rays


Highly concentrated skin products applied under a moisturizer or sunscreen are:

A. serums
B. tonics
C. masks
D. shielding

A. serums


Lubricants applied to the face to make the skin slippery during a treatment are:

A. exfoliant creams
B. massage creams
D. clay masks

B. massage creams


Soothing masks that have antibacterial ingredients and are helpful for acne-prone skin are:

A. water based
B. medicated based
C. moisture based
D. clay based

D. clay based


Masks that do not dry the skin and often contain oils and emollients as well as humectants are:

A. oil masks
B. gel masks
C. cream masks
D. serums

C. cream masks