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5 Matching questions

  1. Does a "Broad Spectrum UVA / UVB" sunscreen guarantee total UV protection?
  2. What are Free Radicals?
  3. What is the most important thing you can do to keep your skin healthy and attractive?
  4. What are milia?
  5. Besides wrinkles, what is another skin problem which significantly detracts from the face and skin's appearance?
  1. a AVOID THE SUN.
  2. b Dark spots. 21% of visits to the Dermatologist are for the treatment of dark spots.
  3. c Oxygen atoms or molecules with unpaired electrons that cause oxidation by stealing an electron from another molecule, damaging the molecules structure, and subsequently, the larger structure of which the molecule is a part (i.e. skin cell)
  4. d Small whitish lumps on the skin caused by clogged sebaceous glands. Milia typically occur on the face with the most common locations being around the eyes, face, across the nose and cheeks. In many instances, Milia disappear after a few weeks.
  5. e No. The statement is vague and does not clearly specify if both Long-Wave and Short-Wave UVA radiation is blocked. The informed consumer will LOOK at the ingredients.

5 Multiple choice questions

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  2. A Tan is a sign the skin has been DAMAGED. A Tan is a sign the skin has been trying to defend itself from the destructive effects of the sun's UV Radiation. A Tan is NOT the body's way of trying to "look good".
  3. Removing the dead skin cells on the surface layer of skin to reveal the smoother, younger skin cells underneath. The benefits of exfoliation can be seen "literally overnight." [Cosmetic Cop Podcast, July 18th, 2012]
  4. Between 30 to 50 percent of its pace in youth, meaning that older skin renews itself much more slowly, forming a rough surface of cells, rather than a smooth surface. [Skin Type Solution, 18]
  5. Between 10 am and 4pm

5 True/False questions

  1. What are Antioxidants?Small whitish lumps on the skin caused by clogged sebaceous glands. Milia typically occur on the face with the most common locations being around the eyes, face, across the nose and cheeks. In many instances, Milia disappear after a few weeks.

          

  2. How was retinol discovered?It was discovered in 1978 by scientists who were researching treatments for Acne.

          

  3. What are some Cell-Communicating Ingredients?...

          

  4. What are some natural preservatives?Classic examples are petrolatum and lanolin. For sensitive skin, dimethicone and shea butter.

          

  5. Is Petrolatum safe?A substance added to another substance to keep it moist.

          

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