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The thickest part of the human skin is present in the palms of the hands and in the soles of the feet.

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C:Soft waxing refers to using wax for hair removal on the eyebrow. An esthetician performing soft waxing must apply antiseptic to the area to be waxed, test the temperature of the wax, apply wax in the direction of hair growth, and remove in the opposite direction.

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Oatifix is vegan, don't know how it was before but it's definetly vegan theese days.

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Skin color is largely determined by the number of melanocytes in a persons skin, which produce melanin--increased melanin means darker skin. Melanin protects skin from the ultraviolet rays of the sun, so sun exposure causes melanocytes to increase melanin production. Albinism occurs...

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Facial steaming is performed by estheticians to soften the sebum, or oil, on the skin, and to oxygenate the skin. With a reduced layer of oil, skin is more receptive to other products. Steaming is often performed prior to other skin care treatments to increase their effectiveness.

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Lymphatic drainage is a form of massage that encourages the movement of fluid through the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system promotes health by removing toxins from cells and helping the immune system fight infection, and lymphatic drainage aids this process by removing blockages in...

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Soft waxing refers to using wax for hair removal on the eyebrow. An esthetician performing soft waxing must apply antiseptic to the area to be waxed, test the temperature of the wax, apply wax in the direction of hair growth, and remove in the opposite direction.

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The National Esthetics Practical Examination tests candidates on seven core services, including setup and client protection, massaging the face, cleansing and steaming the face, manual extraction on the forehead, hair removal of the eyebrows, facial mask, and facial makeup....

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The medical term for a wrinkle is a rhytid. Rhytids occur when skin begins to sag as a result of lost strength and flexibility. Aging, sun exposure, and smoking all contribute to wrinkles by decreasing skins elasticity. Sun exposure is the primary cause of early wrinkling.

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