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The Mainstream Patient: February 15, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on hidradenitis suppurativa, the rise of contact dermatitis, sebaceous filaments, coconut oil for the face, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Allure features stories on the rise of contact dermatitis due to face mask usage and whether hidradenitis suppurativa is contagious. Meanwhile, Harper’s Bazaar reveals if coconut oil is beneficial for the face and InStyle details how to build a skincare routine for the neck. Finally, Shape investigates if sleeping with wet hair if bad for hair, and Hello Giggles explains the difference between sebaceous filaments and blackheads.

Is It Bad to Sleep with Wet Hair?

Should You Use Coconut Oil on Your Face?

Everything You Need to Know About Creating a Skincare Routine for Your Neck

Sebaceous Filaments Look like Blackheads, but Experts Say They're Not Even Acne

COVID-19 Face Masks Are Causing More Than Maskne — Contact Dermatitis Is on the Rise

Is Hidradenitis Suppurativa Contagious? Here’s What You Need to Know

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