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The Mainstream Patient: August 10


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about sun protection myths, hand sanitizer-induced eczema, at-home dermaplaning, anti-stress skincare, plus more.

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

In this week’s edition, Allure explains why your skin might be currently having an unusual reaction to makeup and reveals an editor’s experience with at-home dermaplaning. Vogue writes about hand sanitizer-induced eczema and the rise of “anti-stress” skincare. Meanwhile, Nylon dives into the question: If fragrance in skincare is truly bad or not? Finally, Shape sets the record straight on sun protection myths.

How Bad is Fragrance in Skincare Really?

Experiencing Eczema Due to Hand Sanitizer? Here’s What to Do

Why Your Skin May Be Reacting Poorly to Makeup Right Now

Is “Anti-Stress” Skin Care the Beauty Salve for Our Times?

An Allure Editor's Experience With At-Home Dermaplaning

SPF and Sun Protection Myths to Stop Believing, Stat

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