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State board Esthetician Test

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what layer is above the stratum lucidum
the stratum corneum
Where do you start and end the cleansing process?
Start at neck/end of temple
what causes hyperpigmentation?
Peels,sun exposure
what is the distance between 2 eyes?
1 eye
If ph 7 is neutral, and you have a ph of 9,how many times more alkaline is it?
100 times
Distilled water has a ph of?
7.0
Disease causing bacteria?
pathogenic
What causes abscesses and boils?
staphylococci
Example of a local infection?
pimples,abscess
Bones that form the cheekbones?
Zygomatic
What muscle covers the chest?
Pectoralis pectoral mayor
Cell division is called?
Mitosis
Extrinsic aging is caused by?
External factors
Intrinsic aging is caused by?
internal factors
Does sun exposure cause aging?
Most aging is caused by the sun
What is the largest bone of the mouth region?
Mandible
What is the study of skin diseases and histology?
Dermatology
To disinfect hands, you must what type of decontamination?
sanitation
When an acid and alkali is mixed you get?
A salt and water
The largest organ of the body is?
the skin
What causes the most allergic reactions?
fragrances
How would you handle a blood spill during a service?
Stop immediately and clean injured area
What is the Fitzpatrick scale used for?
Determining skin type
What is the magnifying lamp used for?
to increase view of skin
Why do we analyze the skin?
To know what treatment to give
What do we call an exfoliate that is rolled or massaged off?
Gommage
How do we apply a paraffin mask to the face?
A brush
How do sunscreens work?
Reflect sunlight
What is the purpose of face powder after the application of foundation?
Set foundation
How far should the steamer be?
15-18 inches
How many metacarpals in 1 hand?
5
Muscle that covers the bridge of the nose?
procerus
What covers the skeletal system?
Muscular system
What is the muscle that covers the upper back and back of neck?
trapezius
What is a vehicle that helps to spread agents onto the skin?
emollients
The study of hair is called?on
trichology
The largest organ of the body?
the skin
What occupies space?
matter
What happens if you wash your face to often?
dehydration
What layer contains keratin?
stratum corneum
Glands that excrete perspiration?
suderiferous
Glands that excrete sebum?
sebaceous
This layer connects the dermis and the epidermis?
papillary
A cluster of boils is known as a?
carbuncles
Redness,dilation of blood vessels is a condition associated with?
Rosacea
Sebum trapped by dead skin cells is known as?
millia
Severe oiliness of he skin?
seborrhea
An open comedone is referred to as a?
blackhead
During the Elizabethan period of the Renaissance what was in style?
Facial masks
The most stimulating facial massage?
Tapotement or percussion
What level of decontamination is it when we was our hands?
sanitation
In which direction to we massage the face?
Insertion to origin
Broad muscle extending from the chest and shoulder to the chin?
Platysma
One of the fattiest oils used in skin care is?
coconut
What are the fatty alcohols?
Fatty acids that have been exposed to hydrogen
Collagen makes up how much of the dermis?
70%
Ethnic skin that is more prone to sensitivities?
Asian
Ethnic skin more prone to pigmentation problems?
Black skin
A face that has a greater length in portion to its width than a square or round face?
oblong
The technical name for an eyelash hair?
Cilia
The application of false individual lashes is known as?
Eye tabbing
What is the effect of the hair if using the galvanic electrolysis method?
Decomposition
The only recognized permanent hair removal?
Electrolysis
What does the Fitzpatrick scale measure?
Skin's ability to tolerate sun exposure
What pathogenic agents produce pus?
Any cocci bacteria (staphylococci, streptococci)
What would be the cause of hormonal hyperpigmentation?
Intrinsic causes
What does ultraviolet do?
Disinfect
What is a pearl-like mass of sebum trapped under the skin?
milia
What skin cancer is characterized by pearly nodules?
Basel cell carcinoma
How does electrolysis produces heat to destroy the hair follicle?
Electrocoagulation
The suderiferous glands excrete?
excess salt and water
What skin do you not use with vacuum suction?
Couperose
What ethnic skin ages the slowest?
Black skin
Fitzpatrick scale measures?
The skin's ability to tolerate the sun
Where should implements be stored after each use?
Clean,closed container.
A substance that has the ability to attract water?
Humectant
A plant that has antiseptic properties and is used in skin treatments?
peppermint
Symptoms that can be observed are known as?
objective
What plant is stimulating in action?
Eucalyptus
A deposit of fat,water and waste?
Cellulite
A plant extract with soothing and calming properties?
Chamomille
Hair's final stage of growth?
Telogen
What is the purpose clay mask?
Draw out impurities
Thin opening of chapped skin?
Fissure
At what angle would you use a lancet?
45 degrees
What is the result of anaphoresis on the skin?
Alkaline
A pigment that gives of a yellow color?
Carotene
The system that aides the blood system?
Lymph vascular
The fluid part of blood in which red and white blood cells and platelets flow?
plasma
Ozone contains how many atoms of oxygen?
3
Examples of hard keratin?
Hair and nails
Protective layer that cushions and gives contour and smoothness to body?
subcaneous
The high frequency rod is made up of?
glass
The use of plants for therapeutic purposes?
phytotherapy
An ingredient used to tighten and tone the skin?
honey
Redness caused by inflammation?
Erythema
A cell responsible for immune protection of the skin?
Langerhan cell
IN which direction to clean a man's face?
Downward
Best stage to wax hair or perform electrolysis?
Anagen
Sebaceous glands are mostly found in?
chin,nose,cheeck and back
Asymptomatic means?
No visual symptoms
"Quats"
Quaternary ammonium compound
"MSDS"
Material safety data sheet
The two types that are used in salons and spas are chemical disinfectants and hospital-grade disinfectants are also know by?
Tuberculocidal
Tuerculocidal disinfectants are proven to kill the bacteria that cause?
Tuberculosis
"Cocci"
Are round shaped bacteria
"staphylococci"
Pus forming bacteria that grow in clusters like a bunch of grapes.
Diplococci"
Spherical bacteria that grow in pairs and cause diseases such as pneumonia
"Bacilli"
Are short,rod shaped bacteria.
"Spirilla"
Are spiral of corkscrew-shaped bacteria.