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chapter 12 men's facial massage in treatments Milady barbering
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process of forcing substances into tissues using galvanic current from negative towards the positive Pole
tonic lotions with an alcohol content of up to 35% used to remove accumulation of oily and acne-prone skin
an electrical Appliance with interchangeable brushes that is used to mechanically cleanse stimulate and exfoliate the skin surface
process of forcing acidic substances into tissue using galvanic current from the positive towards the negative Pole
any product procedure or treatment that should be avoided because it may cause undesirable of side effects or be harmful to the individual
the process of deep pore cleansing using electrode and acid-base solution to create a chemical reaction that helps to emulsify or liquify sebum and waste from the skin
direct surface application
high frequency current performed with the mushroom or rate shape electrodes for its calming and germicidal effect on the skin
light continuous stroking movement applied with fingers or the Palms in a slow rhythmic manner
massaging unit that attaches to The Barbers hand and part vibrating massage movements to the skin surface
an electrical appliance that produces and projects moist uniform Steam for softening and cleansing purposes
skin tonics with the lowest alcohol content of zero to 4% usually designed for dry mature and sensitive skin types
keep rubbing movement requiring pressure on the skin with the fingers or Palm removing the hand over an underlying structure
high frequency current administered with a client holding the wire glass electrode between both hands
the process of using galvanic current to enable ion containing water soluble solutions to penetrate the skin
a type of galvanic treatment that uses very low level of electrical current for different applications in skin care
a form of mechanical exfoliation that involves spraying aluminum oxide or other micro crystals Across the Skin surface to exfoliate dead cells
a point on the skin over a muscle where pressure or stimulation will cause the contraction of the muscle
another name for tapotement
kneading movement performed by lifting squeezing and pressing the tissue with light firm pressure
cleansing and exfoliating products used in facials to lift dead skin cells and dirt from the skin surface
toners fresheners and astringents products used to help rebalance skin pH remove product residue and create a temporary tightening effect on the skin
most stimulating massage moving consisting of short quick tapping slapping or hacking movements
skin tonics with an alcohol content of four to 15% most are designed for use on normal or combination skin types
a tender area in a muscle caused by localized not or spasms in the muscle fiber that can radiate pain to other locations in the body
in massage the rapid shaking of the body part while the fingertips are Presley formed on the point of application
fifth cranial nerve
also known as Tri facial or Trigeminal nerve the chief sensory nerve of the face that also serves as the motor nerve that controls chewing
7th cranial nerve
facial nerve the sensory motor nerve that controls emotions of the face scalp and neck sections of the palate and tongue
11th cranial nerve
accessory nerve the motor nerve that controls motion of the neck muscles
the main source of blood supply to the head face and neck located at the sides of the neck
facial artery supplies the lower region of the face mouth and nose
a continuation of external carotid supplies muscle skin and scalp on the front side and top of the head
supplies the scalp and back of the head up to the crown
supplies the scalp behind and above the ear
transport deoxygenated blood from various parts of the body to the heart. thin walled vessels that contain valves that keep the blood from flowing to the heart and prevent it from flowing backward.
vessels that transport oxygenated blood from the heart to all parts of the body. elastic muscular thick-walled blood vessels that transport blood under high pressure.
fibrous tissues that have the ability to stretch and contract to produce all body movements
long white fibrous cord that act as a message carrier from the brain and spinal column to and from all body parts
each model requires an electrode to apply and direct the current to the client's skin.
high frequency machine
also known as Tesla current is characterized by a high rate of oscillation that is used for both scalp and facial treatments.
is the process of using light exposure to treat certain conditions of the skin and scalp.
ultraviolet ray lamps
shorter wavelength and of the visible spectrum in Crete different effects depending on the type of bulb used as follows
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alipidic. does not produce enough sebum to prevent the evaporation of cell moisture this leaves the skin in a dehydrated state.
has a good water oil balance the follicle pores are normal size and the skin is free of blemishes maintenance and preservative care is the goal for this type of skin
characterized by excess sebum production and may appear shiny or greasy the follicle size is larger and contains more oil.
both oily and dry in different areas of the face.
section of the face that incorporates the forehead nose and Chin areas
depressions in the skin that have developed from repetitious muscle action moving in the same direction. leucine of the elastic skin fibers due to abnormal tension or relaxation of the face muscles.
help maintain the health of facial skin through correct cleansing toning and massage
correct skin conditions such as dryness oiliness blackheads aging lines and minor acne.
Alpha hydroxy acids or enzyme peels loosen or dissolve dead cell buildup on the skin surface
help to draw out impurities out of pores depending on the ingredients they can tighten tone hydrate soothe and nourish the skin
used to stimulate circulation and temporarily contract the skin pores they absorb sebum and are used on oily combination skin types
often contain humectants and emollients and have a strong moisturizing effect do not hard like clay
used as a hydrator and soothing ingredients to add moisture to sensitive and or dehydrated skin for more Supple appearance
Paraffin wax masks
the pack application method specifically prepared paraffin is melted at temperatures that is slightly higher than body temperature before application
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