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The Mainstream Patient: August 3


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about sun spots, niacinamide, proper body hair removal, psoriasis-related mental health treatment, 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 treatment for psoriasis should also include mental health to combat its effect on patients’ quality of life. Shape provides a thorough guide to body hair removal and Glamour writes about all of the ways niacinamide can be used to benefit the skin. Also, Nylon provides a glimpse at how beauty brands are handling the coronavirus, while Women’s Health reveals what types of bumps patients should avoid popping, like ingrown hairs, milia and more. Finally, Self dives into the different types of sun spots and how to treat them accordingly.

Doctors Say Psoriasis Treatments Should Include Mental Health

Your Complete Guide to Body Hair Removal and Grooming

The Infinite Ways Niacinamide Benefits Your Skin

What Navigating Coronavirus Looks Like For 2020’s Beauty Brands

13 Bumps On Your Skin That Are Totally Normal—And You Shouldn't Pop

Here’s Why You Get Sun Spots on Your Face—And How to Treat Them

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