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The Mainstream Patient: December 21


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on the benefits of turmeric and licorice root, hydrocolloid bandages for treating acne, sensitive versus sensitized skin, plus more.

In this week’s edition, InStyle investigates if olive oil and turmeric are actually good for your skin. Also, Hello Giggles reveals the difference between sensitive versus sensitized skin, and how licorice root can be a beneficial ingredient in your skincare products. Finally, Allure explains the recent trend of using hydrocolloid bandages to treat acne and Shape highlights a microneedle eye patch.

Olive Oil Is a Trending Skincare Ingredient, But Is It Actually Good for Your Skin?

Do You Have Sensitive or Sensitized Skin? Here’s How to Tell the Difference

Licorice Is the Sneaky Skincare Ingredient That'll Give You a Smooth, Radiant Glow

Hydrocolloid Bandages Are Going Viral on TikTok for Their Acne-Healing Abilities

These Microneedle Eye Patches Make Me Look Like I Got Botox After Just One Use

How Exactly Does Turmeric Benefit the Skin?

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