"lack of lipids"; skin that does not produce enough sebum indicated by absence of visible pores.
A rotating electric appliance with interchangeable brushes that can be attached to the rotating head.
Products that contain chemicals that either loosen or dissolve dead cell buildup.
Massage movement accomplished by grasping the flesh firmly in one hand and moving the hand up and down along the bone while the other hand keeps the arm or leg in a steady position.
Oil-absorbing cleansing masks that have an exfoliating effect and an astringent effect on oily and combination skin, making large pores temporarily appear smaller.
Non-foaming lotion cleansers designed to cleanse dry and sensitive skin types and to remove makeup
Condition that requires avoiding certain treatments, procedures, or products to prevent undesirable side effects.
Masks often containing oils and emollients as well as humectants; have a strong moisturizing effect.
Light, continuous stroking movement applied with the fingers or the palms in a slow, rhythmic manner.
a type of chemical exfoliant that works by dissolving keratin protein in the surface cells of the skin.
Cleansers containing surfactants which cause the product to foam and rinse off easily.
Deep rubbing movement requiring pressure on the skin with the fingers or palm while moving them over an underlying structure.
Form of petrissage in which the tissue is grasped, gently lifted, and spread out; used mainly for massaging the arms.
concentrated treatment products often composed of mineral clays, moisturizing agents, skin softeners, aromatherapy oils, and other beneficial ingredients to cleanse, exfoliate, tighten, tone, hydrate, and nourish the skin.
Manual or mechanical manipulation of the body by rubbing, gently pinching, kneading, tapping, and other movements to increase metabolism and circulation, promote absorption, and relieve pain
Mechanical exfoliation that involves shooting aluminum oxide or other crystals at the skin with a hand-held device that exfoliates dead cells.
Point on the skin over the muscle where pressure or stimulation will cause contraction of that muscle.
Paraffin Wax Masks
Specially prepared facial masks containing paraffin and other beneficial ingredients; typically used with treatment cream.
Needing movement performed by lifting, squeezing, and pressing the tissue with a light, firm pressure.
Massage movement in which the tissues are pressed and twisted using a fast back-and-forth movement
Concentrated products that generally contain higher concentrations of ingredients designed to penetrate and treat various skin conditions
A facial machine that heats and produces a stream that can be focused on the client's face or other areas of skin.
"percussion"; movements consisting of short quick tapping, slapping, and hacking movements
"fresheners or astringents"; lotions that help rebalance the pH and remove remnants of cleanser from the skin.
In massage, the rapid shaking of the body part while the balls of the fingertips are pressed firmly on the point of application.
Vigorous movement in which the hands, placed a little distance apart on both sides of the client's arm or leg, working downward apply a twisting motion against the bones in the opposite direction.
in an upward and outward movement
When removing a cleanser from the eye area, it should be done with damp facial sponges or cotton pads _______
When performing a skin analysis with a magnifying lamp, the first thing the technician should look for is the presence or absence of _______.
Skin that has small pores and may be flaky or dry with fine lines and wrinkles is characterized as _______.
Oily skin or skin that produces too much sebum may appear shiny or greasy and have ________.
When a follicle becomes clogged, resulting in an infection of the follicle, it is caused by a type of acne bacteria called ________.
Skin condition caused by sun exposure or hormone imbalances resulting in dark blotches of color in areas of the skin.
Cosmetology professionals are only allowed to use products that remove surface dead cells from the ________.
Alpha Hydroxy Acid
Gentle chemical exfoliation acid that helps dissolve the bonds and intercellular cement between cells.
Fairly thick layer of cleanser or moisturizer
When using a brushing machine to perform an exfoliation, the skin should be treated with a __________.
Water-soluble products are penetrated into the skin using galvanic current and a process called _______
at least two weeks
Salon AHA exfoliants should never be used unless the client has been using 10 percent AHA products at home for ______ prior to the higher concentration salon treatment, and using a daily facial sunscreen product.
A _______ is a follicle impacted with solidified sebum and dead cell buildup that appears as small bumps just underneath the skin's surface.
Lotions that help rebalance the pH and remove remnants of cleanser from the skin are called ______.
An _______ is an applicator for directing the electric current from the galvanic machine to the client's skin.
A type of chemical exfoliant that works by dissolving keratin proteins in the surface cells of the skin?
Which type of massage involves grasping the flesh firmly in one hand and moving the hand up and down along the bone while the other hand keeps the arm or leg in a steady position?