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The Mainstream Patient: August 30, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about albinism, salt water for acne, curl gatekeeping, dry scalp, exercising with psoriatic arthritis, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Self explains how to exercise with psoriatic arthritis and New Beauty discovers if salt water can be used to treat acne. Also, Vogue explores the trend of not bathing to help promote a healthy skin microbiome and Elle takes a deep dive into the world of curl gatekeeping. Finally, Hello Giggles explores how to treat dry scalp and Allure features a Black African woman's journey living with albinism.

How to Exercise for Psoriatic Arthritis Pain Relief

Can Salt Water Clear Acne? A Dermatologist Weighs In

Not Bathing Is So Hot Right Now—But Is It Really Better for Your Skin?

Inside The Twisted World Of Curl Gatekeeping

How to Deal With Dry Scalp, According to Experts

I Am a Black African Woman With Albinism & There’s Nothing “Deficient” About Me

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