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Men's Facial

Ch. 13 Men's Facial massage and treatments

astgringent tonic lotions with an alcohol content of up to 35%; used to remove oil accumulation on oily and acne-prone skin
direct surface application high-frequency current performed with the mushroom or rake shaped electrodes for its calming and germicidal effect on skin
effleurage light, continuous stroking movement applied with the fingers or the palms of the hands in a slow rhythmic manner
electric massager massaging unit that attaches to the barber's hand to impart vibrating massage movements to the skin surface
friction deep rubbing movement requiring pressure on the skin with the fingers or palm while moving the hand over and underlying structure
indirect application high-frequency current administered with the client holding the wire glass electrode between both hands
motor point a point on the skin, over a muscle, where pressure or stimulation will cause contraction of that muscle
muscles system that covers, shapes, and supports the skeleton; contracts and moves various parts of the body
percussion another name for tapotement
phoresis the process of forcing chemical solutions into unbroken skin by way of galvanic current
rolling cream cleansing and exfoliating product used in facials to lift dead skin cells and dirt from the skin surface
tapotement most stimulating massage movement, consisting of short, quick tapping, slapping, and hacking movements
tonics include toners, fresheners, and astringents; are used after cleansing and prior to the application of a moisturizer
vibration in massage, the rapid shaking if the body part while the balls of the fingertips are pressed firmly on the point of application
Created by: BSPittsburgh