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The Mainstream Patient: December 7


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on probiotic skincare, sallow skin, the differences between melasma and hyperpigmentation, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Allure features stories on the differences between melasma and hyperpigmentation, and dives into what will happen to your skin if you never leave the house. Also, Hello Giggles provides an in-depth guide to probiotic skin and its benefits. Women’s Health explains what sallow skin is and the causes of it. Finally. Shape takes a look at babassu oil for the skin and investigates in silicones are actually bad for your hair.

What Is Sallow Skin And What Are The Causes?

The Differences Between Melasma and Hyperpigmentation — and How to Treat Them

What Is Babassu Oil — and Should You Be Using It?

Everything You Need to Know About Probiotic Skin Care, According to Experts

Are Silicones Actually Bad for Your Hair?

What'll Happen to My Skin If I Never Leave the House Again?

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