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EST TEST | 105E.02+106E.01 | Skin Theory
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Andrew is having his son's fingerprints recorded today as a tool to be used if his son is ever lost. Fingerprints are made possible by which layer of the skin?
The skin is composed of three main layers that include the epidermis, dermis and:
Each sudoriferous gland consists of a coiled base and tube-like duct opening on the surface of the skin to form a sweat:
Which layer of the skin acts as a protective cushion to protect the bones and gives the body its contour and shape?
The stratum spinosum is often called the:
prickle cell layer
What is one function of the acid mantle?
Prevent skin from drying and chapping
All of the following statements describe the cells in the granular layer EXCEPT:
are called squamous cells
Which sweat gland is inactive until stimulated by hormones?
The two glands related to the excretion process are the apocrine and:
What medical condition results in skin that is thinner and more fragile with impaired healing?
How does the oiliness on the skin affect the rate at which ingredients or products penetrate the skin?
greater amount of sebum, slower rate of penetration
Which medical condition has hormonal and reproductive challenges and usually shows acne and hair growth on the face and chin?
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
What can an esthetician use to increase microcirculation in the skin?
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