Hairdressing: Skin Care

What is combination skin?
It can be dry or normal in some areas and oily in others, such as the T-zone.
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What is the T-zone?
Nose, Forehead, and the Chin.
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What it good to treat combination skin?
A gentle cleanser, a non-irritating hydrating toner and a moisturizer to protect against skin damage.
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What does it mean if you have Combination skin?
It means that you may have lines an wrinkles and shininess and clogged pores at the same time.
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What is Normal skin?
It has a good balance of moisture, small pores and can get an tone. Most people have normal skin but maintaining its good condition is important.
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What are the characteristics of Normal skin?
No severe sensitivity, barely visible pores and a radiant complexion.
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What is Oily skin?
Oily skin is not acne prone, pores only get blocked if dead skin cells trapped with bacteria sebum.
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How to treat Oily skin?
Use a toner and moisturizer twice a day, exfoliate once a week and apply a facial mask once a week.
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How to keep the T-zone healthy?
Use oil free serum, and use light weight moisturizers.
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What is dry skin?
It is typically caused by harsh soaps, itchy clothing, misusing moisturizer and long hot showers.
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How to treat Dry skin?
Wash with a gentle, fragrance free cleanser, apply enough cleanser to remove dirt and oil/
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What is Sensitive skin?
It is usually caused by household products, that contact their skin which causes stinging, burning or redness.
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How to treat Sensitive skin?
Use a non-toxic moisturizer.
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Why is it important to carry out a skin care analysis?
To prevent allergic reactions.
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Which conditions prevent you from having a facial?
Inflammations, Eczema, Open wounds, Eye infections, Cold sores and Psoriasis.
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What is the Epidermis?
The upper or outer layer of the two main layers of cells that make up the skin. The epidermis is mostly made up of flat, scale cells called squamous cells.
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What is the Dermis?
The dermis is the lower layer of the dermis, found under the papillary dermis, composed of dense irregular connective tissue featuring densely packed collagen fiber.
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What is the hair shaft?
Hair is simple in structure, but had important functions i social functioning. Hair is made of tough protein called Keratin. A hair follicle anchors each hair into the skin.
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What is the sebaceous gland?
A small gland in the skin which secretes a lubricating oily matter into the hair follicles to lubricate the skin and hair.
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What is the Arrector pilli muscle?
small muscles attached to hair, the contraction of these muscles cause the hairs to stand on end, also known as goose bumps.
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What is Blood circulation?
The movement of blood through the vessels of the body that is included in pumping action of the heart.
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What is the sweat gland?
Small glands that secrete sweat, situated in the dermis of the skin.
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What is the Hypodermis?
Epidermal layer of cells that secretes the chitinous cuticle.
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How to carry out a skin care analysis-
Complete a patch test on the client to see if they are allergic to the product.
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