LED Phototherapy

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1. 
[Salon Hygiene]
Why is it important to clean and disinfect salon tools?

2. 
[Salon Hygiene]
Which of the following is NOT a recommended practice for salon hygiene?

3. 
[Salon Hygiene]
What should be done with single-use items after each client?

4. 
[Salon Hygiene]
What is the purpose of wearing gloves during salon procedures?

5. 
[Salon Hygiene]
What is the purpose of an autoclave in a salon setting?

6. 
[Salon Hygiene]
Why is it important to properly ventilate the salon space?

7. 
[Salon Hygiene]
What should be done if a spill of chemical product occurs in the salon?

8. 
[Salon Hygiene]
What should be done if a client experiences an allergic reaction to a product during a treatment?

9. 
[Salon Hygiene]
What should beauty therapists do if they have a contagious illness?

10. 
[Salon Hygiene]
What is the proper protocol for handling personal grooming as a beauty therapist?

11. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What pigment gives skin its color?

12. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What is a distinguishing feature of combination skin?

13. 
[Skin Anatomy]
People with sensitive skin may experience reactions to which of the following?

14. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What is a key aspect of skincare for all skin types?

15. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What is a common concern for individuals with mature skin?

16. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which layer of the skin contains blood vessels, nerve endings, and hair follicles?

17. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which layer of the skin is responsible for producing melanin, the pigment that gives skin its color?

18. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What is the purpose of conducting a skin analysis before beginning a facial treatment?

19. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What is the purpose of asking the client about their skincare routine during a skin analysis?

20. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which of the following skin conditions might present as rough, scaly patches during a skin analysis?

21. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which is NOT the purpose of examining the client's lifestyle factors during a skin analysis?

22. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which of the following is NOT a primary function of the skin?

23. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which of the following skin conditions may appear as redness, inflammation, or broken capillaries during a skin analysis?

24. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which vitamin is essential for skin health and is produced when the skin is exposed to sunlight?

25. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What is the final step after completing a skin analysis?

26. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which skin characteristic might indicate dehydration during a skin analysis?

27. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What term refers to the loss of skin elasticity and the formation of wrinkles?

28. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which layer of the skin is the thickest and contains cells called keratinocytes that produce keratin?

29. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What is the primary cause of premature skin aging?

30. 
[Acne]
What role do sebaceous glands play in the formation of acne?

31. 
[Acne]
Which of the following ingredients is commonly used in skincare products for treating acne?

32. 
[Acne]
What is the first step in treating acne during a facial treatment?

33. 
What is the primary goal of LED phototherapy in skincare?

34. 
Which types of light are commonly used in LED phototherapy for skincare?

35. 
What skin concern is blue light often used to address?

36. 
How does red light benefit the skin during LED phototherapy?

37. 
How long does a typical LED phototherapy session last?

38. 
What is the recommended frequency of LED phototherapy sessions for optimal results?