The Mainstream Patient: April 8

April 8, 2020
Morgan Petronelli

Introducing The Mainstream Patient, a weekly glimpse into what your patients may be reading in the media about skin health.

Introducing The Mainstream Patient, a weekly glimpse into what your patients may be reading in the media about skin health.

With spring around the corner, this’s week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient highlights an article from Real Simple, who reveals four ways to clean out your skincare routine just in time for the flowers to bloom, as well as an article identifying what causes acne on different sections of the face. Shape writes about an up-and-coming type of skincare involving electrolytes and their benefits to the skin. Meanwhile, Hello Giggles talks to dermatologists to clear the air about the new trendy acne patches and reveal how they work. Finally, Allure tackles the differences between rosacea and papulopustular rosacea, while providing essential information everyone needs to know about hyperpigmentation in another article.

4 Ways to Spring Clean Your Skincare Routine

The Truth About How Those Trendy Acne Patches Really Work, According to Dermatologists

Everything you Need to Know About Hyperpigmentation, According to Dermatologists

Electrolyte Skincare is Like a Sports Drink for Your Face

Acne Face Mapping: Here’s What Causes Breakouts on Every Part of Your Face

What’s the Difference Between Rosacea and Papulopustular Rosacea?