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Patient Insight March 16: What Your Patients Are Reading In Consumer Media


In this weekly report, we curate a list of consumer media articles on aesthetic topics to keep you up-to-date with what your patients are reading. Here is the March 16 edition:

This week, Allure deep-dives into eyelid ptosis, the myth of “black don’t crack” and life with trichotillomania. Lash lifts are highlighted in Shape while Hello Giggles shares women’s breast reduction experiences. The world of at-home products that offer noninvasive “nose jobs” perpetuated by social media is examined in Wired.


Everything You Should Know About Ptosis

The Perma-Viral World of the At-Home Nose Job

Everything You Want to Know About Lash Lift


3 women reveal why they got breast reductions—and don't regret a thing


The Allure Podcast: A Dermatologist Dispels the "Black Don't Crack" Myth

What Do Jade Rollers Do for Your Skin, Anyway?


6 People on the Reality of Living With Trichotillomania

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