The Mainstream Patient: August 15

This week's edition of the Mainstream Patient features stories about adult acne, Native American beauty products, a non-irritating retinol serum, beauty brands that support abortion rights, and more.

In this week’s edition, Self interviews Keke Palmer about adult acne and Vogue talks Tower 28's hypochlorous acid spray. Cosmopolitan lists 13 Native American and Indigenous-owned beauty products and Glamour discusses undereye patches for brighter eyes. Elle examines StriVectin's Advanced Retinol Nightly Multi-Correct Serum and Allure dives into beauty brands that support abortion rights.

Keke Palmer Would Love for Someone to Cure Adult Acne Already

TikTok Made Me Buy It: This Facial Spray Beloved for Its Eczema and Acne-Soothing Powers

13 Native American and Indigenous-Owned Beauty Products to Try

The 30 Best Undereye Patches to Make Mornings a Little Less Rough

Finally, A Retinol Serum That Gives Me Visible Results Without Irritation

Does Your Favorite Beauty Brand Support Abortion Rights?