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1.Define Contraindiction
Could cause harmful or negative side effects to those who have specific medical or skin conditions
2.What 2 things determines the type of skin we have?
Genetics and Ethnicity
3.Define Lipid
Fats or Oils produced in th3 follicles from the sebaceous glands
4.What is the center of the face, across the brow, down the nose and chin called?
T-zone
5.What are the five skin types?
1. Dry 4. Oily
2. Normal 5. Sensitive
3. Combo
6.What is dry skin that does not produce enough oil called?
Alipidic
7.Dry skin lacking water is called?
Dehydrated
8.What is the Fizpatrick scale use to measure?
The skins ablitiy to tolerate the sun.
9.In the Fitzpatrick scale a Type 1 would be characterized as?
Fair, blonde, redhead always burns never tans.
10.What are the most common skin conditions often seen by an esty?
Adult acne Rosacea
Pigmentation Dehydration
Hormones
Actinic aging
11.What factor affects the skin from the outside of the body?
Extrinsic
12.What are Intrinsic factors that effect the skin?
Stress Alcohol
Free radicals Caffeine
Dehydaration Hormones
Vitamin deficiency Menopause
13.Comedone
Blackheads, clogged pores cuased by a buildup of debis, oil and dead skin cells stuck in the pore.
14.Milia
Whiteheads, oil and dead skin trappped beneath the surface of the skin that need to be lanced.
15.Dehydration
Lack of water caused by the environment, meds, product, aging etc.
16.Sun Damage
Sun caused damage to the epidermis and dermis wrinkles collagen and elastin breakdown.
17.Enlarged Pores
Larger pores due to excess oil and debris trapped in the follicles or expansion due to elasticity.
18.Erythema
Redness caused by inflammation.
19.Hyperkeratinazation
An excessive build up of dead skin cells; keratinized cells.
20.Keratosis
A build up of cells; a rough texture.
21.Seborrea/Inflammation
Oilness of the skin.
22.Couperous Skin
Redness; distended capillaries from weakening of the cap walls.
23.Sensitives
Reactions from internal or external causes.
24.Wrinkles
Lines from internal or external causes.
25.Poor elastisty
Sagging, loose skin from damage, the sun aor aging.
26.Hyperpigmentation
Brown, discoloration from melanin production due to sun or irritation.
27.Hypopigmentation
White, colorless areas form lack of melanin production due to sun or irritation.
28.Irritation
Usually redness or inflammation from a variety of factors.
29.Rosacea
Chronic redness. Papules and pustules may be present.
30.Cysts
Fluid infection or other matter under the skin.
31.Papules
Raised lesion or blemish. (No pus yet)
32.Pustules
An infected papule with fluid inside. (pus)
31.Asphyxiated
Smokers have asphyxiated skin from lack of oxygen. Clogged pores,wrinkles, dull, and lifeless.
34. Adult Acne
Acne that happens after puberty from hormonal changes or other factors.