Quiz LibraryMilady Standard Esthetics Chapter 6- Skincare Products: Chemistry, Ingredients, and Selection
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Concepts covered:Estheticians, skincare products, ingredients, laws and regulations, chemistry
Estheticians must understand skincare products and ingredients to provide appropriate treatments, considering laws and regulations. Knowledge of basic chemistry, cosmetic formulations, and ingredient selection is crucial for maintaining healthy skin and addressing individual needs.
Table of Contents1.Understanding Skincare Products: Chemistry, Ingredients, and Selection2.Regulation of Cosmetics by the FDA3.Understanding Skincare Terminology4.Ingredients in Cosmetic Chemistry5.Skincare Essentials and Professional Line Selection
Understanding Skincare Products: Chemistry, Ingredients, and Selection
Concepts covered:Estheticians, Skincare products, Chemistry, Ingredients, Selection
Estheticians play a crucial role in understanding skincare products, their chemistry, ingredients, and selection to provide clients with appropriate treatments. It is essential to educate clients about product benefits, realistic expectations, and proper usage for maintaining healthy skin.
Question 1
Why must estheticians understand skincare products deeply?
Question 2
What guides an esthetician's choice of skincare products?
Question 3
How should estheticians educate clients about skincare products?
Regulation of Cosmetics by the FDA
Concepts covered:FDA regulations, cosmetics safety, FD&C Act, cosmetic labeling, cosmetic ingredients
The FDA oversees the safety of cosmetics in the US under laws like the FD&C Act and the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act. Cosmetics do not require FDA approval before market release, but must adhere to FDA regulations for safety, labeling, and claims.
Question 4
What must companies ensure about their cosmetic products?
Question 5
What does the term 'cosmeceutical' imply?
Question 6
What is the FDA's role in cosmetic safety?
Understanding Skincare Terminology
Concepts covered:skincare terminology, natural, organic, cruelty-free, gluten-free
Exploring the nuances of skincare terminology, including natural, organic, cruelty-free, gluten-free, hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic, and fragrance-free products. Clarifying the differences between terms like fragrance-free and unscented to help consumers make informed choices.
Question 7
What distinguishes 'fragrance-free' from 'unscented' products?
Question 8
Why might natural ingredients still be toxic?
Question 9
Why are retinoids considered the gold standard in anti-aging?
Ingredients in Cosmetic Chemistry
Concepts covered:Cosmetic Chemistry, Functional Ingredients, Performance Ingredients, Delivery Systems, Skin Care
Ingredients in cosmetic chemistry serve distinct purposes in products, categorized as functional or performance ingredients. Functional ingredients like water and emollients aid in product formulation, while performance ingredients such as AHAs and BHAs cause actual changes in skin appearance.
Question 10
What is the main function of performance ingredients?
Question 11
What is the role of pH adjusters in cosmetic products?
Question 12
What is the primary purpose of delivery systems in cosmetics?
Skincare Essentials and Professional Line Selection
Concepts covered:Skincare ingredients, Hydration, Growth factors, Antioxidants, Professional skincare line selection
The chapter discusses essential skincare ingredients like Alpha arbutin, resourcinol, bearberry, licorice root, and vitamin C for mature and aging skin. It also covers the importance of hydration, growth factors, antioxidants, peptides, retinoids, cleansers, toners, exfoliants, masks, serums, ampules, moisturizers, and sunscreen in a skincare routine.
Question 13
What is advised before choosing a skincare line?
Question 14
What skincare product is essential daily?
Question 15
What is the primary purpose of toners?

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