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The Mainstream Patient: February 22, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on psoriatic arthritis medication, “slugging” to treat cystic acne, chemical peels for darker skin types, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Women’s Health explains how eczema appears differently on POC skin, while also providing methods to treat the skin condition in these patients. Meanwhile, Self highlights the different medications available for psoriatic arthritis and Allure investigates the “slugging” trend for treating cystic acne. Hello Giggles provides an in-depth guide to chemical peels for darker skin types and Shape features a story on fungal acne. Finally, Harper’s Bazaar reveals the facts vs. fiction about using oils for hydration.

Here’s How Eczema On Black Skin Looks Different, And How To Treat It

Psoriatic Arthritis Medication: What You Need to Know

Can "Slugging" With Petroleum Jelly Clear Up Cystic Acne? Experts Weigh In

The Ultimate Black Girl's Guide to Chemical Peels

What Is Fungal Acne? Plus, How to Tell If You Have It

Do Oils Really Hydrate Your Skin?

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