Earth phase final 2
A product that can be applied to the skin to reduce pathogens is called a(n):
What is a highly infectious disease that infects the liver?
Human Hepatitis B Virus (HBV)
Which of the following structures is found in the stratum lucidum layer?
Sweat is produced by what gland?
What is the pocket-like structure that holds the root and matrix of the nail?
Fingerprints are formed by:
Which layer of the skin acts as a protective cushion to protect the bones and gives the body its contour and shape?
Foreign substances in the body that provoke an immune response are called:
Which of the following epidermal layers have intercellular connections that provide strength and support between cells?
Which of the following terms is an example of thermoregulation?
Which receptor is responsible for sensing different parts of the body positioned in relation to each other and the environment?
Which of the following is NOT a receptor of skin sensation?
What can an esthetician use to increase microcirculation in the skin?
All of the following are primary ways that products are absorbed into the skin EXCEPT:
through the arrector pili muscle
Basic substances that cannot be broken down into simpler substances are called:
Which of the following elements is the most abundant in the earth's crust and the second most abundant element in the earth's atmosphere?
When a substance gains an electron and oxygen is released, the process is called:
On the pH scale, the closer you get to 14, the stronger the acidity.
What happens when an alkali is placed in water?
alkali decreases the concentration of hydrogen ions
Joan has a client with sensitive skin, which of the following masks would help calm and soothe her client’s skin?
An example of an oil-in-water emulsion is:
How does the patch delivery system administer performance ingredients?
Which government agency is responsible for regulating cosmetics in the U.S.?
All of the following statements about emollients are true EXCEPT:
they are found in concentrations ranging between 20% and 30%
Where are the triceps muscles located?
upper arm to the forearm
Which muscle is located outside the corners of the mouth and draws the mouth up and back, as in laughing?
Group of 3 muscles that control the movement of the thumb is called the thenar eminence.
The muscle that aids in drawing the head back and elevating the shoulder blades is known as the:
What term is used to describe when fingers or toes move away from each other?
Which of the following muscles moves the big toe away from the other toes?
Which muscle is responsible for drawing down the brow and wrinkling the area across the bridge of the nose?
An esthetician commented to her client as she was giving a hand massage, that the client's fingers were long and thin. What is the technical name for the 5 long, thin bones that form the palm of the hand?
Which type of bone shape protects tendons from stress and wear?
The 14 bones that form the digits or fingers of the hands are called the:
The bone located behind the eyes and nose that connects all the bones of the cranium is known as the:
The 8 small bones held together by ligaments to form the wrist are known as the metacarpals.
Tendons connect muscles to:
Of the 8 bones that compose the cranium, how many are affected by scalp massage?
Ligaments connect bones to:
The colorless liquid, rich with white blood cells that attack bacteria in the blood is known as:
There are less than 600 lymph nodes in the human body.
Which of the following systems provides the framework of the body?
What is the study of structures too small to be seen except through a microscope called?
Which type of tissue supports, protects and holds the body together?
The control center of cell activities is called the:
What requires that employees be informed of the dangers of the materials used in the workplace?
The regulatory agency under the U.S. Department of Labor that enforces safety and health standards in the workplace is:
What piece of equipment is often used to sterilize objects?
What percentage of alcohol can be used as an antiseptic for the skin?
at least 70%