Microdermabrasion

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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]
Which of the following skin types is characterized by excessive oiliness and enlarged pores?

12. 
[Skin Anatomy]
People with sensitive skin may experience reactions to which of the following?

13. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What is a distinguishing feature of combination skin?

14. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What is a common characteristic of dry skin?

15. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which skin type is characterized by a balance of oiliness and hydration, with minimal issues?

16. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What is a common concern for individuals with mature skin?

17. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What is a key aspect of skincare for all skin types?

18. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which layer of the skin is responsible for producing melanin, the pigment that gives skin its color?

19. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What is the main factor that distinguishes oily skin from other skin types?

20. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which is NOT the purpose of examining the client's lifestyle factors during a skin analysis?

21. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which of the following is NOT a primary function of the skin?

22. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which skin characteristic might indicate dehydration during a skin analysis?

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

24. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What is the purpose of asking the client about their skincare routine during a skin analysis?

25. 
[Skin Anatomy]
Which of the following skin conditions might present as rough, scaly patches during a skin analysis?

26. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What is the purpose of conducting a skin analysis before beginning a facial treatment?

27. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What skin condition results from the overproduction of sebum?

28. 
[Skin Anatomy]
What term refers to the loss of skin elasticity and the formation of wrinkles?

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]
Why is it important to avoid picking or squeezing acne lesions?

33. 
[Acne]
What is the first step in treating acne during a facial treatment?

34. 
What is the primary purpose of microdermabrasion?

35. 
How does microdermabrasion exfoliate the skin?

36. 
What is the primary benefit of microdermabrasion for acne-prone skin?

37. 
What is the recommended frequency of microdermabrasion treatments for optimal results?

38. 
What skin condition is microdermabrasion NOT suitable for?