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Milady Standard Esthetics Fundamentals Chapter 12 Glossary
actinic
alipidic
contraindications
couperose skin
damage or condition caused by sun exposure
lack of oil or "lack of lipids." describes skin that does not…
factors that prohibit a treatment due to a condition; treatme…
redness; distended capillaries from weakening of the capillar…
actinic
damage or condition caused by sun exposure
alipidic
lack of oil or "lack of lipids." describes skin that does not…
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MILADY STANDARD ESTHETICS FUNDAMENTALS CHAPTER 12 SKIN ANALYSIS
actinic
alipidic
contraindication
couperose skin
Damage or condition caused by sun exposure.
Lack of oil or lack of lipids. Describes skin that does not p…
Factors that prohibit a treatment due to a condition; treatme…
Redness; distended capillaries from weakening of the capillar…
actinic
Damage or condition caused by sun exposure.
alipidic
Lack of oil or lack of lipids. Describes skin that does not p…
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MILADY STANDARD ESTHETICS CHAPTER 12
What is a characteristic of seborrhea?
What are intrinsic factors?
What are extrinic factors?
What is true of sun damage?
oily skin
factors related to our body's internal health
health factors outside the body
it is the main extrinsic cause of aging
What is a characteristic of seborrhea?
oily skin
What are intrinsic factors?
factors related to our body's internal health
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Milady Fundamentals Esthetics Chapter 12
Skin types are categorized as:
T-zone
Sensitive skin
Alipidic
Dry... Normal... Combination... Oily
The center area of the face,corresponding to the "T" shape fo…
Primarily a condition though often discussed as a skin type.
Lack of oil or "lack of lipids". Describes skin that does not…
Skin types are categorized as:
Dry... Normal... Combination... Oily
T-zone
The center area of the face,corresponding to the "T" shape fo…
Milady Standards Esthetics Chapter 12
Actinic
Alipidic
Contraindications
Coruperose skin
Damage or condition caused by sun exposure
Lack of oil or lack of lipids. Describes skin that does not p…
Factors that prohibit a treatment due to conditions ; treatme…
Redness ;distended capillaries from weakening the capillary w…
Actinic
Damage or condition caused by sun exposure
Alipidic
Lack of oil or lack of lipids. Describes skin that does not p…
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Milady Standard Fundamentals Esthetics - Chapter 5
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Acquired Immunity
Allergy
Antiseptics
Abbreviated AIDS: a disease that breaks down the body's immun…
Immunity the body develops after overcoming a disease, throug…
reaction due to extreme sensitivity to certain foods, chemica…
chemical germicides formulated for use on skin; registered an…
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Abbreviated AIDS: a disease that breaks down the body's immun…
Acquired Immunity
Immunity the body develops after overcoming a disease, throug…
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Milady's Standard Esthetics Fundamentals Exam Review Ch:12
What is your most important tool?
The quality of the skin can be _______…
Skin care ingredients can be studied a…
How many different products must you k…
Product
Significantly
Molecular
A broad spectrum of products.
What is your most important tool?
Product
The quality of the skin can be _______…
Significantly
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Milady Standard Fundamentals of Esthetics - Chapter 5
efficacy
bactericidal
natural immunity
scabies
the ability to produce an effect
a product capable of destroying bacteria
resistance to disease that is partly inherited and partly dev…
contagious disease caused by the itch mite
efficacy
the ability to produce an effect
bactericidal
a product capable of destroying bacteria
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Milady standard fundamentals esthetics
anatomy
Physiology
Cells
Protoplasm
is the study of the structures of the human body that can be…
is the study of the functions and activities performed by the…
the basic unit of all living things, from bacteria to plants…
(the cells of all living things are composed of a substance c…
anatomy
is the study of the structures of the human body that can be…
Physiology
is the study of the functions and activities performed by the…
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Milady Standard Fundamentals Esthetics - Chapter 5
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Acquired Immunity
Allergy
Antiseptics
Abbreviated AIDS: a disease that breaks down the body's immun…
Immunity the body develops after overcoming a disease, throug…
reaction due to extreme sensitivity to certain foods, chemica…
chemical germicides formulated for use on skin; registered an…
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Abbreviated AIDS: a disease that breaks down the body's immun…
Acquired Immunity
Immunity the body develops after overcoming a disease, throug…
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Milady's Standard Esthetics Fundamentals - Chapter 12 - Skin Care Products: Chemistry, Ingredients, and Selection
Drugs
Cosmetics
Functional Ingredients
Performance Ingredients
Intended to change the structure, composition, or function of…
Used to beautify or improve the appearance of skin.
Make up the majority of the product and give texture to the p…
Active ingredients that improve the appearance of skin.
Drugs
Intended to change the structure, composition, or function of…
Cosmetics
Used to beautify or improve the appearance of skin.
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MILADY STANDARD FUNDAMENTALS ESTHETICS CHAPTER 18 VOCABULARY
anagen
catagen
depilation
depilitory
First stage of hair growth during which new hair is produced.
Second transition stage of hair growth: in the catagen stage,…
Process of removing hair at skin level.
Substance, usually a caustic alkali preparation, used for tem…
anagen
First stage of hair growth during which new hair is produced.
catagen
Second transition stage of hair growth: in the catagen stage,…
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Milady Esthetic Fundamentals Chapter 12: Skin Analysis
What is a characteristic of seborrhea?
What are intrinsic factors?
What are extrinsic factors?
What is true of sun damage?
Oily skin
Factors related to our body's internal health
Health factors outside the body
It is the main extrinsic cause of aging
What is a characteristic of seborrhea?
Oily skin
What are intrinsic factors?
Factors related to our body's internal health
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MILADY STANDARD ESTHETICS FUNDAMENTALS CHAPTER 6
abductors
absorption
adductors
adipose tissue
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
The transport of fully digested food into the circulatory sys…
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
A specialized connective tissue considered fat, which gives s…
abductors
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
absorption
The transport of fully digested food into the circulatory sys…
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Chapter 5 milady standard of fundamentals of esthetics
What is OSHA? What does it stand for?
Why is the standards set by OSHA impor…
What is EPA?
What is the definition of disinfectants?
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration. To regulat…
The standards set by osha are important in the esthetics indu…
Registers all types of disinfectants sold and used in the U.S.
Are chemical products that destroy all bacteria, fungi, and v…
What is OSHA? What does it stand for?
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration. To regulat…
Why is the standards set by OSHA impor…
The standards set by osha are important in the esthetics indu…
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MILADY STANDARD ESTHETICS FUNDAMENTALS CHAPTER 13
alpha hydroxy acids
alcohol
algae
allantoin
AHA's, acids derived from plants (mostly fruit) that are ofte…
Antiseptic and solvent used in perfumes, lotions, and astring…
Derived from minerals and phytohormones; reminierlaizes and r…
An anti-inflammatory compound isolated from the herb comfrey;…
alpha hydroxy acids
AHA's, acids derived from plants (mostly fruit) that are ofte…
alcohol
Antiseptic and solvent used in perfumes, lotions, and astring…
Milady Standard Fundamentals Esthetics CH.12 Skin Analysis
Contraindications
Alipidic
Dry Skin
Dehydration
Factors that prohibit a treatment due to a condition.
What is the name for skin that lacks oil?
What skin type does not produce enough oil?
Skin lacks water.
Contraindications
Factors that prohibit a treatment due to a condition.
Alipidic
What is the name for skin that lacks oil?
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Milady Standard Fundamentals Esthetics/ Chapter 6 Review
Define Anatomy
Define Physiology
Define Histology
Why is the study of anatomy, physiolog…
The study of the structures of the human body that can be see…
The study of the functions or activities performed by the bod…
Microscopic anatomy; the study of the tiny structures found i…
Estheticians focus on the muscles, bones, nerves, and circula…
Define Anatomy
The study of the structures of the human body that can be see…
Define Physiology
The study of the functions or activities performed by the bod…
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MILADY STANDARD ESTHETICS FUNDAMENTALS CHAPTER 9
adenosine triphospate
amino acid
arteriosclerosis
B vitamins
ATP; the substance that provides energy to cells and converts…
Organic acids that form the building blocks of protein.
Clogging and hardening of the arteries.
These water-soluble vitamins interact with other water-solubl…
adenosine triphospate
ATP; the substance that provides energy to cells and converts…
amino acid
Organic acids that form the building blocks of protein.
Milady Standard Esthetics Fundamentals Chapter 18 Glossary
anagen
catagen
depilation
depilatory
First stage of hair growth during which new hair is produced
Second transition stage of hair growth; in the catagen stage,…
Process of removing hair at skin level
Substance, usually a caustic alkali preparation, used for tem…
anagen
First stage of hair growth during which new hair is produced
catagen
Second transition stage of hair growth; in the catagen stage,…
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Milady's Standard Esthetics Fundamentals - Chapter 12 - Skin Care Products: Chemistry, Ingredients, and Selection
Drugs
Cosmetics
Functional Ingredients
Performance Ingredients
Intended to change the structure, composition, or function of…
Used to beautify or improve the appearance of skin.
Make up the majority of the product and give texture to the p…
Active ingredients that improve the appearance of skin.
Drugs
Intended to change the structure, composition, or function of…
Cosmetics
Used to beautify or improve the appearance of skin.
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MILADY STANDARD ESTHETICS FUNDAMENTALS CHAPTER 10
apocrine glands
arrector pili muscle
barrier function
ceramides
Coiled structures attached to hair follicles found in the und…
Small, involuntary muscles in the base of the hair follicles…
Protective barrier of the epidermis; the corneum and intercel…
Glycolipid materials that are a natural part of skin's interc…
apocrine glands
Coiled structures attached to hair follicles found in the und…
arrector pili muscle
Small, involuntary muscles in the base of the hair follicles…
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MILADY STANDARD ESTHETICS FUNDAMENTALS CHAPTER 1 HISTORY AND CAREER OPPORTUNITES IN ESTHETICS
esthetician*
esthetics*
henna
medical aesthetics*
Also known as aesthetician; a specialist in the cleansing, be…
Also known as aesthetics; from the Greek word aesthetikos (me…
A dye obtained from the powdered leaves and shoots of the mig…
Also known as medical esthetics; the integration of surgical…
esthetician*
Also known as aesthetician; a specialist in the cleansing, be…
esthetics*
Also known as aesthetics; from the Greek word aesthetikos (me…
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Milady Standard Esthetics Ch. 12
Product
Professional
Molecular
Cosmetic Act of 1938
What is your most important tool?
The Quality of the skin can be significantly improved with (w…
Skin care ingredients can be studied at a (what?) level.
Cosmetics are distinguished from drugs by what act...
Product
What is your most important tool?
Professional
The Quality of the skin can be significantly improved with (w…
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Milady Esthetics chapter 12
Actinic
Alpidic
Contraindications
Couperose skin
Damage or condition caused by sun exposure
Lack of oil or "lack of lipids"... Describes skin that does not…
Factors that prohibit a treatment due to a condition; treatme…
Redness; distended capillaries from weakening of the capillar…
Actinic
Damage or condition caused by sun exposure
Alpidic
Lack of oil or "lack of lipids"... Describes skin that does not…
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Chapter 12 - Skin Analysis - Milady's Standard Esthetics
what generally determines skin type?
skin lacking oil...
what size are the follicles of dry skin?
occlusive
genetics & ethnicity
alipidic
small
reduce TEWL & help hold in skin's moisture.
what generally determines skin type?
genetics & ethnicity
skin lacking oil...
alipidic
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Chapter 20 Makeup Milady standards of fundamental of Esthetics
What are band lashes?
What is cake makeup?
What is complementary colors?
What is concealer?
strip-lash on the tip applied with adhesive to the natural la…
Heavy cream foundations; heavy-coverage makeup pressed into a…
Primary and secondary colors opposite one another on the colo…
Cosmetics used to cover blemishes and discolorations; may be…
What are band lashes?
strip-lash on the tip applied with adhesive to the natural la…
What is cake makeup?
Heavy cream foundations; heavy-coverage makeup pressed into a…
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Chapter 8 Electricity milady standard fundamental of esthetics
What is an insulator?
What is an example of alternating curr…
What is anaphoresis?
What rays are the burning rays?
Nonconductor; substance that does not easily transmit electri…
flat irons, magnifying, and microdermabrasion
Process of infusing an alkaline (negative) product into the t…
UVB
What is an insulator?
Nonconductor; substance that does not easily transmit electri…
What is an example of alternating curr…
flat irons, magnifying, and microdermabrasion
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MILADY'S ESTHETIC FUNDAMENTALS: CHAPTER 12 REVIEW
How does the FDA define cosmetics?
What are functional ingredients?
What are performance ingredients?
What function does water serve in cosm…
"Articles that are intended to be rubbed, poured, sprinkled,…
Ingredients that make up majority of the product. Allow produ…
Ingredients which cause the actual changes in the appearance…
-Helps keep ingredients in a solution... -Helps spread products…
How does the FDA define cosmetics?
"Articles that are intended to be rubbed, poured, sprinkled,…
What are functional ingredients?
Ingredients that make up majority of the product. Allow produ…
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Milady Standard Fundamentals Esthetics- Chapter 1 Review Questions
1. Name some of the materials that anc…
2. What did the ancient Hebrews use to…
3. The word cosmetics comes from what…
4. In ancient Rome, what body therapie…
-Henna, sake, tea and iron scraps, bleach. Pg.5-6
-Olives and grapeseed oils. Pg. 5
-Kosmetikos, "skilled in the use of cosmetics." Pg. 5
-Steam therapy, body scrubs, massage, and other therapies. Pg…
1. Name some of the materials that anc…
-Henna, sake, tea and iron scraps, bleach. Pg.5-6
2. What did the ancient Hebrews use to…
-Olives and grapeseed oils. Pg. 5
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Milady Standard Fundamentals of Esthetics Chapter 6 Anatomy and Physiology
abductors
adductors
defecation
deltoid
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
Elimination of foods from the body
Large, triangular muscle covering the shoulder joint that all…
abductors
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
adductors
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
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Milady Esthetics Chapter 12
actinic keratosis
adult acne
asphyxiated
comedones
a rough area resulting from sun exosure, sometimes with a lay…
acne breakouts from hormonal changes or other factors
smokers have this skin from lack of oxygen. characterized by…
open are blackheads and clooged pores caused by a buildup of…
actinic keratosis
a rough area resulting from sun exosure, sometimes with a lay…
adult acne
acne breakouts from hormonal changes or other factors
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Milady esthetics chapter 12
Actinic
Alipidic
Contraindications
Couperose skin
Damage or condition caused by sun exposure.
Lack of oil or "lack of lipids". Describes skin that does not…
Factors that prohibit a treatment due to a condition; treatme…
Redness; distended capillaries from weakening of the capillar…
Actinic
Damage or condition caused by sun exposure.
Alipidic
Lack of oil or "lack of lipids". Describes skin that does not…
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Milady Standard Fundamentals Esthetics- Chapter 20 Review Questions
1. What is the primary goal of makeup…
2. List the primary and secondary colo…
3. What are complementary colors? Pg.…
4. Define warm and cool colors. Pg. 562
-To enhance the client's natural beauty by bringing out the m…
-Yellow, red and blue.
-Primary and secondary color directly opposite each other on…
-Warm colors have a yellow undertone and range from yellow, a…
1. What is the primary goal of makeup…
-To enhance the client's natural beauty by bringing out the m…
2. List the primary and secondary colo…
-Yellow, red and blue.
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Milady esthetics chapter 12
T-zone
Alipidic
Dry skin
Dehydrated skin
Center area of the face, corresponding to the "T" shape forme…
Skin lacks oil (lipids). The follicles are usually small and…
Small to nonexistent pores. flakey, rough, itchy, tight; rosa…
Thin or flakey and feels tight and dry; caused by internal an…
T-zone
Center area of the face, corresponding to the "T" shape forme…
Alipidic
Skin lacks oil (lipids). The follicles are usually small and…
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Milady Standard Fundamentals Esthetics: Chapter 10- Physiology and Histology of the Skin
Skin histology is the study of the ___…
Why is understanding how the skin cell…
Skin is also known as the ____ ____, i…
Massage and product application produc…
Structure and composition
Important in choosing ingredients and treatments.
Integumentary system
Increased circulation
Skin histology is the study of the ___…
Structure and composition
Why is understanding how the skin cell…
Important in choosing ingredients and treatments.
Milady Standard Esthetics Fundamentals Exam Review
Why is UVB radiation also known as "bu…
What is NOT an element of the skin's a…
What causes injured skin to restore it…
What are the items in the dermis that…
UVB wavelengths cause burning of the skin as well as cancer
Blood
Hyper production of cells
Sensory nerve endings
Why is UVB radiation also known as "bu…
UVB wavelengths cause burning of the skin as well as cancer
What is NOT an element of the skin's a…
Blood
Milady Standard Esthetics Fundamentals Exam Review
Who is responsible for examinations, l…
What did the ancient Egyptians do befo…
What is restoration work?
Why were the ancient Hebrews able to a…
state board members
cultivate beauty in an extravagant fashion
the esthetics specialization associated with mortuary science
they were nomadic
Who is responsible for examinations, l…
state board members
What did the ancient Egyptians do befo…
cultivate beauty in an extravagant fashion
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Milady Standard Fundamentals Esthetics: Chapter 21- Career Planning
What type of student begins to prepare…
Name a few ways you can gain control o…
What is the deductive reasoning
What is the name of a basic question o…
A test wise student
Read content carefully and become an active studier... Take eff…
process of reaching logical conclusions by employing logical…
The stem is the basic question or problem
What type of student begins to prepare…
A test wise student
Name a few ways you can gain control o…
Read content carefully and become an active studier... Take eff…
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Milady Standard Fundamentals of Esthetics Chapter 6 Anatomy and Physiology
abductors
adductors
defecation
deltoid
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
Elimination of foods from the body
Large, triangular muscle covering the shoulder joint that all…
abductors
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
adductors
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
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Milady Standard Fundamental Esthetics Chapter 13 Skin Care Products
Cosmetics
functional ingredients
cosmeceuticals
hypoallergenic
defined by the FDA as: articles that are intended to be rubbe…
ingredients in cosmetic products that allow the products to s…
products intended to improve the skin's health and appearance.
describes ingredients that are less likely to cause allergic…
Cosmetics
defined by the FDA as: articles that are intended to be rubbe…
functional ingredients
ingredients in cosmetic products that allow the products to s…
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MILADY STANDARD ESTHETICS FUNDAMENTALS CHAPTER 16 FACIAL MASSAGE
What action should you NOT use on the…
What part of the body should you avoid…
What is feather?
What is true about the decollete?
pressing down
neck
term for the slowing-down movements at the end of a massage
that is where you begin your massage procedure
What action should you NOT use on the…
pressing down
What part of the body should you avoid…
neck
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Milady Standard Fundamentals of Esthetics Chapter 6 Anatomy and Physiology
abductors
adductors
defecation
deltoid
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
Elimination of foods from the body
Large, triangular muscle covering the shoulder joint that all…
abductors
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
adductors
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
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MILADY STANDARD ESTHETICS FUNDAMENTALS CHAPTER 7 BASICS OF CHEMISTRY
acid mantal
acid-alkali neutralization reactions
acids
air
protective barrier of lipids and secretions on the surface of…
when an acid is mixed with an alkali in equal proportions to…
substances that have a pH below 7.0, taste sour, and turn lit…
the gaseous mixture that makes up the Earth's atmosphere. It…
acid mantal
protective barrier of lipids and secretions on the surface of…
acid-alkali neutralization reactions
when an acid is mixed with an alkali in equal proportions to…
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Facial treatments - 15 of milady standard fundamentals esthetics
Facial benefits
Consultation and analysis
Esthetician skills and success include
Before cleansing face, inspect skin ty…
Deep cleanses, exfoliates, increases circulation and detoxifi…
Familiarize yourself with client, determines the products and…
Technical skills, customer service, retail sales, knowledge,…
dry, normal, oily? Smooth/rough? Fine lines/creases? Acne/bla…
Facial benefits
Deep cleanses, exfoliates, increases circulation and detoxifi…
Consultation and analysis
Familiarize yourself with client, determines the products and…
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Milady Standard Fundamental Esthetics: Chapter 7: Chemistry (Aveda NYC)
Organic Chemistry
Inorganic Chemistry
Matter
Element
The study of substances that contain the element carbon. All…
The branch of chemistry dealing with compounds that do not co…
Any substance that occupies space and has mass (weight). All…
The simplest form of the chemical matter. It can not be broke…
Organic Chemistry
The study of substances that contain the element carbon. All…
Inorganic Chemistry
The branch of chemistry dealing with compounds that do not co…
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Milady Standard Fundamental Esthetics Chapter 13 Skin Care Products
Cosmetics
functional ingredients
cosmeceuticals
hypoallergenic
defined by the FDA as: articles that are intended to be rubbe…
ingredients in cosmetic products that allow the products to s…
products intended to improve the skin's health and appearance.
describes ingredients that are less likely to cause allergic…
Cosmetics
defined by the FDA as: articles that are intended to be rubbe…
functional ingredients
ingredients in cosmetic products that allow the products to s…
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Milady Esthetics Chapter 12
skin types
Dry Skin
combination Skin
Dehydration
are hereditary.
does not produce enough oil, follicle/pores are small
can be both oily and dry or both oily and normal. Follicles/p…
Skin Lacks water. It can be seen in all skin types.
skin types
are hereditary.
Dry Skin
does not produce enough oil, follicle/pores are small
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Chapter 17 Facial machines milady standard fundamentals of Esthetics
Define high-frequency machine
Define Lucas Sprayer
Define rotary brush
Define saponification
Apparatus machine that utilize alternating of sinusoidal, cur…
Atomizer designed to apply plant extracts and other ingredien…
Machine used to lightly exfoliate and stimulate the skin; als…
Chemical reaction during desincrustation where the current tr…
Define high-frequency machine
Apparatus machine that utilize alternating of sinusoidal, cur…
Define Lucas Sprayer
Atomizer designed to apply plant extracts and other ingredien…
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Milady Standard Fundamentals of Esthetics Chapter 6 Anatomy and Physiology
abductors
adductors
defecation
deltoid
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
Elimination of foods from the body
Large, triangular muscle covering the shoulder joint that all…
abductors
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
adductors
Muscles that draw a body part, such as a finger, arm, or toe,…
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