Skin Care 15.2
Terms in this set (35)
What 4 steps keeps skin in good condition?
cleanse, tone, moisturize, and protect
A systematic, therapeutic method of manipulation of the body by rubbing, pinching, tapping, kneading and/or stroking with the hands, or fingers.
What are 6 benefits to massages?
increases blood circulation, contracts muscles, stimulates glandular activities, strengthens weak muscle tissue, softens and improves the texture and complexion, calms and relaxes the client
What is a light, relaxing, smoothing, gentle stroking or circular movement?
What is a light or heavy kneading and rolling of the muscles?
Which massage manipulation is the most important?
What is a circular, or wringing movement with no gliding?
What is a shaking movement in the arms of the cosmetologist?
Which mask is used for normal or oily skin types?
Which mask is used for normal to dry skin?
Which mask is used for a variety of purposes and is made of botanicals and ingredients to calm and soothe sensitive skin?
Which mask is mixed with water and applied in a thick consistency?
Which mask is heated and applied to the skin to rehydrate the skin's top layers?
What are the 7 benefits of facial masks?
increases firmness, increases blood circulation, absorbs and removes surface oil, removes surface dirt, absorbs and removes skin impurities, softens and smooths, and relaxes the client
Aids in preventing the growth of bacteria on the skin.
Removes impurities from the skin
Assists in cleansing skin and returns oily skin to a normal pH
Assists in cleansing skin and returns normal to dry skin to a normal pH
toner or freshener
Removes dead skin cells by using enzymes and alphahydroxy acids
Removes dead skin cells by using a granular product manipulated on the skin
Reduces friction and provides "slip" to the skin during massage
Add moisture to the skin
dry skin masks
Absorb excess sebum and debris from the skin
oily skin masks
What type of skin may have either oily, normal or dry areas?
What could be a cause of dry and flaky skin?
The sebaceous gland produces what?
What is the function of sebum to the skin?
lubricates the skin
What 2 products work to further cleanse the skin and return it to its normal pH?
astringents and tonic lotions
What 3 conditions of the body should you avoid using massaging?
high blood pressure, past stroke, or heart attack
Every muscle and nerve has a what?
In what direction is the massage movement always from and towards?
insertion towards its origin
What portion of the muscle is at the more movable attachment?
What is the portion of the muscle at the fixed attachment?
Which massage manipulation is the most stimulating?
"Fulling" is another form of what manipulation?
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