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Microdermabrasion (Continuing Education)

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Microdermabrasion

1. 
Microdermabrasion is:
  1. A term for the application of tiny rough grains to buff away the surface layer of skin.
  2. The process of tanning the skin.
  3. A very dangerous procedure that can damage skin cells.
  4. None of the above.
2. 
All of the work in microdermabrasion takes place at the level of the:
  1. Dermis
  2. Stratum corneum.
  3. Epidermis
  4. Lower Epidermis
3. 
Treatment causes mild swelling and redness that can last for:
  1. 3 to 6 hours
  2. an hour to two days.
  3. 24 hours
  4. 3 weeks
4. 
If you remove or break up the stratum corneum the body:
  1. Will become tender to the touch.
  2. Goes in to shock and produces extra moisture.
  3. Dehydrates quickly and you must drink a lot of water.
  4. Thinks it is a minor injury and works to heal it quickly
5. 
Microdermabrasion removes:
  1. Sun damage
  2. Blemishes
  3. Fine lines
  4. All of the above.
6. 
After microdermabrasion it is important that you:
  1. Charge the client for their service.
  2. Apply moisturizer.
  3. Tell your client about the next treatment.
  4. None of the above.
7. 
Microdermabrasion is safe for:
  1. Men and women
  2. Babies
  3. Children under 13
  4. All of the above.
8. 
Repeated microdermabrasion treatment at regular intervals may influence the way:
  1. you eat.
  2. you think.
  3. acne is formed.
  4. the lower layers of skin grow.
9. 
Microdermabrasion may be a poor choice for those with:
  1. Active rosacea
  2. Warts
  3. Open sores
  4. All of the above.
10. 
Exfoliating is important for the:
  1. Face
  2. Neck
  3. Hands
  4. All of the above.
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