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Preventing Traction Alopecia


This week, consumer magazines highlight preventing traction alopecia, becoming immune to skin care products, and more.

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This week in consumer magazines, InStyle details how to prevent and treat traction alopecia, Glossy examines bond-building as the next focus in hair care, Teen Vogue talks retinoids for body acne, and Real Simple highlights immunity to skin care products and African black soap.


How to Prevent and Treat Traction Alopecia from Wearing Wigs

Bond-building becomes next area of focus for hair care

Skin Care

Ask a Beauty Editor: Can You Become Immune to Your Skincare Products?

Yes, Retinoids Can Treat Your Body Acne. Here's How They Work

African Black Soap Can Do Wonders for Skin—Here's What to Know Before Adding It to Your Hygiene Routine

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