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Monica is talking to a client about the importance of a skin care regimen. Currently, the female client washes
her makeup off with water only. What reason should Monica give her client about the way to have good skin
health and hygiene?
What is the largest organ of our bodies?
What is the name of the physician engaged in the practice of treating the skin?
Jessica notices that a few toes on her client’s feet seem to have a fungal infection. Jessica suggests that the
client start a regimen of regular foot soaks as well as using tea tree oil, and that if she does this, she doesn’t
need to see a podiatrist. Jessica’s manager overhears this conversation and is unhappy with Jessica’s response.
What is the medical branch of science that deals with the study of skin, including its nature, structure,
functions, diseases, and treatment?
The integumentary system includes all of the following EXCEPT what?
Continued repeated pressure on any part of the skin can cause it to thicken and develop into what?
The epidermis is the _______________ layer of the skin.
How long is the skin renewal process?
Which of the following is the grainy layer that consists of cells that look like small, distinct granules?
Which layer of the skin is home to oil glands and elastin?
The outermost layer of the epidermis is covered with ______________, a mixture of water, salts, minerals,
and fatty lipids.
If a person cannot sweat, that person has a problem with what?
If a person produces excess amounts of oil, that person would have a problem with what?
Skin care products formulated with vitamins A and C are related to which function of the skin?
A person whose internal temperature is about 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit has what proper skin function?
Which of the following is NOT one of the aspects of food that help support the health of the skin?
Which vitamin enables the body to properly absorb and use calcium?
Excessive _________ in the body can create a condition called hyponatremia.
A person who has an issue with blood clotting may have trouble with what vitamin?
Ava is listening to a knowledgeable client tell her about her new antiaging skin care routine that she came up
with during her latest appointment with her dermatologist. She mentioned that a key ingredient is vitamin E,
which helps give her skin more collagen. What might Ava be thinking about what her client is saying?
Which vitamin helps support the overall health of the skin?
The best sources of _________________ are eggs, beef liver, carrots, sweet potato, kale, and spinach.
The best sources of B vitamins are all of the following EXCEPT what?
What factor is responsible for 15 percent of how skin ages?
What factor is responsible for 80 to 85 percent of how skin ages?
What is the best defense against pollutants?
Which of the following may cause the skin to appear yellowish or gray in color with a dull appearance?
Which of the following can lead to telangiectasias with overuse?
What is the relationship between UV rays and skin aging?
How much sun exposure should we get each day for vitamin D synthesis?
A person with brown eyes, dark hair, olive skin and Greek heritage, who burns moderately is which of the
following on the Fitzpatrick Scale?
Which of the following is NOT considered a contagious skin disease?
Which type of lesion is characterized by piles of material on the skin surface, such as a scab?
Which type of disorder of the sudoriferous glands is characterized by sweating even when the temperature is
What type of skin inflammation appears as a swollen red area that feels hot and tender?
Which of the following is a condition characterized by increased pigmentation on the skin or dark spots that
are NOT elevated?
When checking for cancer on the skin, _____________ is when the mole darkens or changes in color, itches
or hurts, or changes in shape.
_________________ is also known as athlete’s foot.
_________________ is also known as ringworm of the hand.
When checking for cancer on the skin, _____________ is when one half of the mole does NOT match the
_________ is milky-white spots of the skin; they are hereditary.
What type of skin inflammation appears as silver-white scales?
_____________ is a medical term for abnormal skin inflammation.
_____________ is an immune response to contact allergies and irritants.
What would be the MOST likely reason that your client has an allergic or irritant reaction?
The ______________, found in polymer powders, is needed to start the chemical reaction that causes
monomer liquid to harden.
It is estimated that _____ percent of all nail technicians at some point are affected by irritants or allergies.
What is it called when the skin is irritated by a substance?
What is it called when the skin has prolonged exposure to certain ingredients, including a histamine
What is the MOST common avoidable skin disease for nail technicians?
How long does it usually take for sensitive clients to show symptoms of allergic reaction?
Where is a nail technician NOT likely to experience skin allergies?
What is a lamp unit called that contains four 9-watt lamps?
Which of the following is NOT one of the reasons that UV gels improperly cure?
What is the most important rule of being a good nail technician?