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The Mainstream Patient: August 31


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about a newly approved acne treatment, strawberry legs, coconut oil in skincare, if your acne might possibly be rosacea, 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 writes about a new U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved acne treatment and provides a list of the best skincare products to help combat blue light damage on the skin. Also, Shape explains what exactly strawberry legs are and reveals if adding coconut oil to your skincare routine can be beneficial or detrimental. Women’s Health dives into the rising issue that social media is negatively affecting individuals’ self-esteem by influencing how people see themselves. Finally, Self explains if your acne might possibly be rosacea.

The FDA Just Approved Winlevi, a New Topical Treatment for Acne

It’s Easier Than Ever To Make A New Face On Social Media. But Is It Killing Your Confidence?

The Best Skin-Care Products to Protect Against Blue Light Damage

What to Know About Strawberry Legs, According to a Dermatologist

Should You Add Coconut Oil to Your Skincare Routine?

How to Tell if Your 'Acne' Might Actually Be Rosacea

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