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An explanation of the products features and benefits is referred to as:
The technical term for wart
Which epidermal layer protects the skins moisture balance by acting as a barrier to moisture loss
Bacilli and spirilla are able to move themselves by using hair-like projections called:
The type of lesions evolves from a popular and contains bacterial fluid and pus:
The study of the causes of skin diseases, disorders or conditions is known as:
Which of the following techniques help circulate lymph, helping the and body rid itself of toxins, waste and excess water
The two bones that form the upper jaw are called:
What type of foundation is suitable for the most skin types?
Which of the following muscles is located above the corners of the mouth and raises te angle of the mouth?
An impulsive, spontaneous person who reacts to the aroma of the product would be the:
Which of the following is a group of products intended to treat symptoms or cure a medical conditions
The fragrance group that distinct odors like vanilla, cinnamon and ginger belong to is called:
When positive and negative ions join, they are held together by a(n):
What conditions occurs when disease-causing bacteria enter the body and interfere with the body's normal state?
The ability to do work to accomplish some change is called:
What is the technical term for any appliance that requires electricity in order to work?
The thermolysis method
In which method of electrolysis does the client only feel a tiny "flash" of heat?
What does mixing a primary color with its neighboring secondary color in equal proportions produce?
Which color scheme is used most often to enhance eye color?
The smallest complete units of an element are called:
Which skin care equipment is an elaborate magnifying mirror that uses black light?
Which layer of the epidermis is also called the basal layer?
Which type of cells help protect the body from infection and are found in the stratum spinosum layer?
The lightness or darkness of a color is called:
The amount of sebum produced
The basis for establishing the 5 general categories of skin types is:
The EMDA does NOT allow estheticians to use an AHA with a pH lower than:
What phase of metabolism cause a release of energy within the cell?
Which of the following is known as eyelid surgery and is used to remove excess fat, skin or muscle to form the upper and lower eyelids?
The clinical term for bruising of the skin is:
What function if the integumentary system changes blood flow to maintain an internal body temp of 98.6 degrees?
The condition under which absolute will no longer dissolve evenly in the solvent is the:
Scope of practice
The procedures that may be legally performed, as defined by a regulatory agency, are referred to as the:
What type of nerves carry messages to the brain and spinal cord?
The body's partially inherited resistance to infections and diseases is called:
Which type of cosmetic surgery is recommended for individuals whose face an neck have begun to sag?
Which of the following term is given to the therapeutic use of marine plants to cleanse and revitalize the skin and body?
Which of the following waxes is first allowed to harden, then lifted with the fingers at one end and removed?
Which of the following terms charactizes a break in the continuity of the skin that is caused by trauma to the tissue?
What gives the skin color?
The category of fragrance that is one of the easiest to identify:
Non pathogenic bacteria that live on dead matter are known as:
Which of the following components are responsible for the clotting of blood?
Promoting and preserving the health of the community is referred to as
Which of the following dashes exhibits redness and scaly pinkish-yellow patches that have an oily appearance
The muscle that turns up the palm of the hand is the
Less than a second
In thermolysis method, how long does the current travel go the papilla
How many bones make up the facial skeleton
What type of makeup involves placing colorants into the skin for the purpose of cosmetic enhancement, medical correction and/or esthetic the restoration
What sudoriferous gland disorder is an acute burning, itching rash caused by heat
Which of the following is a makeup product that accentuates and emphasizes the shape of the eyes?
The upper chest area is known as the:
When bacteria is spread by contaminated equipment, surfaces or food, it is referred to as:
When the electrode held by the esthetician is in the positive mode, the reaction on the skin will become
During which phase of the life cycle of hair does the hair disconnect from the papilla
Which layer of the skin provides the body with cushioning that insulates an acts as a shock absorber?
Which of the following operating expenses is paid on the profits of a business?
A fat injection is also called a
Of the following pigmentation disorders, which is called a freckle?
Which substance listed below is compatible with both water and oil?
A type of phoresis process that allows an alkaline solution to enter the skin when assisted by Galvanic Current and the negative pole of an electrode is called:
Powder may be translucent or matched to the color of the clients:
The essential oil extraction method of steeping matter in oil or fat to absorb the material fragrance is called
Laser hair removal
Which method of permanent hair removal uses a constant beam of light to diminish or destroy hundreds of hair bulbs
How much faster do skin cells renew during sleep versus when awake?
Which of the following us caused by hormonal imbalances, and typically affects women by causing dark hair to grow in areas such as the faces, arms, legs and back
Add shading to cheekbones and sides of the face
How can width at the bottom of the pear-shaped face be reduced?
During what phase of service is the cost of the treatment usually discussed?
Which part of the heart contracts and relaxes to force blood to move through the circulatory system?
What protein substance that, when broken down, forms bundles that strengthen and give structure to the skin?
The negative end of an electrode is called:
What is not a common side effect of laser resurfacing
Which muscle extends from the tip of the chin to the shoulders and chest and depresses the lower jaw and lip?
Another name for baby acne
Which of the following are created by boiling loose herbs in water?
Ingredients added to a product to enhance the effectiveness of a preservative are called:
What percentage of wrinkles is caused by excessive sun exposure
What is a crack or kind in the skin that may go as deep as the dermis?
Which of the following skin conditions exhibits a lack of moisture characterized by superficial dryness, flakiness and lines?
Salaries and commissions
Which of the following is the larger expense in operating a skin care center?
Not perform a second pass
If the clients skin is noticeably pink after the first pass of the microdermabrasion machine over the face, the esthetician should:
Which of ththe following methods of hair removal required the technician to insert a small needle into each hair follicle
Which of the following term means "to peel" in French?
Closing the eyelid
The orbicularis is responsible for which of the following functions?
Small structures within the cytoplasm that store nutrients and repair and restore the cell are referred to as:
Which of the following are only available through special retail outlets such as a skin care center?
Which of the following terms is defined as "located below" or "is smaller"
Which of the following terms defined a machine that convert mechanical energy into electrical energy?
What type of disinfectants are stated as germicidal, fungicidal, pseudomonacidal and virucidal?
Which of the following is the resistance to the motion of the electrons through a conductor?
Of the following muscles, which controls the eyebrows by drawing them in and downward?
A primary component of skin cells is a protein substance called:
Which of the following masks is well-suited for oily or acne skin types?
Thick, coarse hair that grows on the face to form a beard is called:
Which organ removes the toxic by-products left after digestion?
Of the following terms, which indicated the number of cycles per second that a generator alternates current?
Which of the following is the liquification progress that occurs during desincrustatiom?
autonomic nervous system
Which system is responsible for all involuntary body functions such as breathing and digesting?
The process of converting raw materials in the form of carbohydrates, gays and proteins into energy is known as:
The solid part is Called the solvent
All of the following states about solutions are true EXCEPT:
A. The solid part is called the solvent
B. The dissolved part is called the solute
C. Organic substances are not soluble in water
D. Cosmetic products tend to use water as the solvent
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