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TELSA CURRENT IS ALSO KNOWN AS
A-GALVANIC CURRENT
B-HIGH FREQUENCY CURREN
C-FARADIC CURRENT
D-SINUSOIDAL CURRENT
B-HIGH FREQUENCY CURRENT
WHAT CONDITION IS NOT A CONTRAINDICATION TO DEPILATORY WAXING?
A-RETIN-1/RENOVA
B-MENTRUATION/PREGNANCY
C-DIABETES
D-COLD/FLU
D-COLD/FLU
COMEDONES WILL SHOW WHAT COLOR UNDER A WOODS LAMP?
A-YELLOW
B-BROWN
C-VIOLET
D-ORANGE
A-YELLOW
THE CLIENT WILL USUALLY EXPERIENCE A METALIC TASTE IN THE MOUTH WHEN BEING TREATED WITH
A-DISINCRUSTATION
B-GALVANIC
C-DERMAL LIGHT
D-HIGH FREQUENCY
B-GALVANIC
A CLOSED COMEDONE IS CALLED
A-MILIA
B-BULLA
C-TUBERCLE
D-A TUMOR
A-MILIA
THE STRATUM LUCIDUM LAYER OF THE SKIN IS FOUND IN WHICH PARTS OF THE BODY?
A-FACE AND NECK
B-PALMS AND SOLES
C-EARS AND NOSE
D-ARMS AND LEGS
B-PALMS AND SOLES
THE COLOR OF YOUR SKIN IS DUE TO
A-HEMOGLOBIN
B-ULTRA-VIOLET LIGHT
C-CAOTENE
D-MELANIN
D-MELANIN
A SKIN SCOPE IS USED TO
A-ANALYZE THE SKIN
B-SOFTEN THE SKIN
C-HEAT THE SKIN
C-CLEANSE THE SKIN
A-ANALYZE THE SKIN
SURGERY PERFORMED ON THE NOSE IS CALLED
A-BLEPHAROPLASTY
B-LIPECTOMY
C-RHINOPLASTY
D-RHYTIDECTOMY
C-RHINOPLASTY
GROWTH OF THE HAIR IN EXCESS OF THE NORM IS CALLED
A-HYPERHIDROSIS
B-HYPERTRICHOSIS
C-HYPERTROPHY
D-HYPOTHALAMUS
B-HYPERTRICHOSIS
WHEN DOING A HAIR REMOVAL OR SKIN EXFOLIATION WITH CHEMICALS YOU SHOULD AVOID
A-NOSTRILS
B-MOUTH
C-EYES
D-ALL OF THE ABOVE
D-ALL OF THE ABOVE
ALL CHEMICALS IN A SALON SHOULD BE
A-PROPERLY LABELED
B-STORED IN A LOCKED CABINET
C-KEPT IN A COOL DRY PLACE
D-ALLOWED TO AIR OUT
A-PROPERLY LABELED
ANY INSTRUMENT THAT IS DROPPED ON THE FLOOR SHOULD BE PICKED UP AND
A-WASHED WITH SOAP/WATER/SANITIZE
B-PICKED UP WITH A TISSUE
C-THROWN AWAY
D-PUT INTO THE DISINFECTANT
A-WASHED WITH SOAP AND WATER AND SANITIZED BEFORE REUSING
BACTEREIA WHICH LIVE ON DEAD MATTER AND DO NOT CAUSE DISEASE ARE CALLED
A-INFECTOUS
B-PATHOGENIC
C-PARASITES
D-NON-PATHOGENIC
C-NON-PATHOGENIC
ANY TOOL TO BE SANITIZED SHOULD FIRST BE
A-USED
B-WASHED WITH SOAP AND WATER
C-DESANITIZED
D-KEPT IN A WET SANITIZER
B-WASHED WITH SOAP AND WATER