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What is the primary source of skin disorders?
Redness and distended capillaries caused by a weakening of the capillary walls are a condition called
Excess oil production that causes redness, flakiness, and irritation is a condition known as
Excess buildup of cells is a condition called _________.
Whiteheads are a condition also known as _________.
Sun damage is a condition defined by _________.
Solar comedones are _________.
Erythema is a condition defined by _________.
Which of the following has an internal effect on the skin?
Hyperkeratinization is defined as _________.
What are open comedones?
Fluid, infection, or other matter encapsulated in a firm mass under the skin in _________.
What is a result of albinism?
A T-zone is _________.
What is true of actinic keratosis?
Poor elasticity is _________.
A raised lesion is also known as a _________.
What is a primary cause of an external effect on the skin?
What scale is used to measure the skin type’s ability to tolerate sun exposure?
Which of the following Fitzpatrick skin types burns MOST readily?
What term is best described as a discoloration from melanin production due to sun or other factors?
Which of the following Fitzpatrick skin types is MOST likely to tan and LEAST likely to burn?
Milia are _________.
What is a pustule?
Before performing any service, estheticians must have a full awareness of _________.
What is true of an esthetician’s analysis of skin?
The skin type that has a small follicle size is _________.
What accurately describes follicles in dry skin?
Skin type is first determined by observing _________.
Differences in the T-zone from other areas of the face are characteristic of _________ skin.
What skin type has an appearance that lacks luminosity?
What skin type is LEAST likely to have blemishes?
The two skin types which have similar levels of hydration are _________.
Uneven skin is observed when touching _________ skin.
The T-zone refers to _________.
Estheticians examine the skin through a form of touch called _________.
The lightest skin is Fitzpatrick skin type _________.
People with the darkest skin are Fitzpatrick skin type _________.
The type of skin which generally freckles and does not tan is _________.
What number on the Fitzpatrick skin type scale corresponds with people of Spanish, Greek, and
Which Fitzpatrick type has the MOST tolerance to UV light?
All of the following are characteristic of sensitive skin EXCEPT _________.
What is a characteristic of telangiectasia?
What should sensitive skin be treated with?
The type of skin that is often sensitive and shows redness is _________.
The most difficult type of skin to treat well is _________.
What is a primary characteristic of Fitzpatrick type 4 skin?
What is true of Fitzpatrick skin types 5 and 6?
When treating Fitzpatrick skin types 5 and 6, _________.
The décolleté is located _________.
How does the skin of the décolleté compare to that of the face?
What has caused a condition that modern topical treatments of the décolleté have developed to treat?
All of the following products may be a good choice for the décolleté EXCEPT _________.
What is the main extrinsic cause of aging?
An intrinsic factor that affects the skin is _________.
What is true of photosensitivity?
One example of something which has an extrinsic effect on the skin is _________.
The medical condition that demonstrates an external, rather than an internal effect on the skin is
Over a woman’s lifetime, _________.
What is healthiest habit for the skin in relationship to sun exposure?
The kind of diet that is best for the skin is _________.
One daily habit that is beneficial for the skin is _________.
Who will likely have the MOST healthy skin?
What are contraindications?
At least how long must the use of isotretinoin be completed before skin treatment?
What treatment is contraindicated for clients with pacemakers?
What is contraindicated by skin-thinning medications such as Differin and Renova?
Who may possibly receive safe electrical treatments?
What is contraindicated for clients who are allergic to aspirin?
A client may not choose to reveal _________ on an intake form.
What form releases the esthetician from liability resulting from treatment?
The medical history of a client is noted on the _________.
Where is history of an esthetician’s treatments of a client recorded?
All of the following are other names for the intake form EXCEPT _________.
What is true of consent before treatment?
Where are recommendations for home care skin products are typically found?
The most important reason for a client consultation is _________.
What is contraindicated for a client who is taking oral steroids?
What is true of a client who has diabetes?
How are fungi, bacterial disorders, and deeper levels of pigmentation observed?
When performing a skin analysis, the first step is always _________.
What step immediately follows cleansing a client’s skin of makeup?
An esthetician should ask about a client’s lifestyle and describe any observations about the skin’s
The last step in a skin analysis is _________.
When performing a skin analysis, a client’s normal state of dryness might not be visible _________.
What part of the skin is most often palpated during a skin analysis?