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The Mainstream Patient: April 28, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on cryptocurrency for cosmetic procedures, tattoo removal, full-size sunscreen in carry-on bags, using ice on the face, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Allure provides an in-depth guide to common skin conditions that primarily affect people with darker skin types. Also, Glamour explains everything there is to know before getting tattoo removal, and Self provides some clarification on recent news about the TSA possibly allowing full-size sunscreen in carry-on bags. Harper’s Bazaar features a story on how some plastic surgeons are now accepting cryptocurrency payment for procedures, and Vogue highlights the new trend of putting ice on the face. Finally, Shape writes about a new deodorant from Degree that is tailored for people with disabilities. 

Plastic Surgeons Are Accepting Cryptocurrency

Degree Created the World's First Deodorant for People with Disabilities 

The Ultimate Guide to Skin Conditions for Black & Brown Folks 

Tattoo Removal: 11 Things I Wish I Knew Before Getting It 

Nope, the TSA Will Not Allow Full-Size Sunscreen in Carry-On Bags 

The Best Skin Secret? Try Putting Ice on Your Face (Yes, Really)

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