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What is telangiectasia?
What does the skin protect against?
What is another name for the horny layer?
Hair Papillae are located:
The junction where the dermis connects to the epidermis is called:
What supplies nutrients to the cells?
What protects the skin from the sun?
What keeps the skin soft and protected from outside elements?
What is desquamation?
In what layer of the skin are melanocytes produced?
——————- aid in the production of collagen and elastin
Approximately what percentage of water is found in healthy skin?
In which layer of the skin does cell division (mitosis) occur?
Absorption of water and oxygen are:
Which fibers stimulate the arrector pili muscles?
What function does the enzyme tyrosinase perform?
What is another name for sudoriferous and sebaceous glands?
What are Leukocytes?
The largest organ of the body is:
What is the name of the sudoriferous glands that are attached to the hair follicles?
Identify the greatest aging effect on skin:
Where is the Stratum Lucidum found?
The most amazing feature of the skin is its ability to:
Which of the following would be examples of eccrine glands?
The thickest layer of the skin is called the:
Keratin and intercellular lipids are formed in the:
Our fingernails are made from?
The study of the structure and composition of the tissue is:
What protein determines hair, eye, and skin color?
What are the main functions of the skin?
What excretes perspiration and detoxifies the body by excreting excess salt and unwanted chemicals
Approximately, how many times thicker than the epidermis is the dermis?
An esthetician’s primary role is to —- —- —, and nourish the skin.
What is glycation?
What are the internal messengers for most of the body’s systems and are significant internal factors in skin appearance, strength, and health?
What do sensory nerve fibers do?
The Dermis can also be called:
What is Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF)?
Langerhans cells are found in which part of the skin?
What is another name for subcutis tissue?
What is the arrector pili muscle attached to?