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The Mainstream Patient: February 8, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on tretinoin, dermal fillers, dermarolling, niacinamide, and more.

In this week’s edition, Hello Giggles features stories on how vitamin D deficiency can affect the skin and what to know about tretinoin for acne. Meanwhile, Harper’s Bazaar explains niacinamide skin benefits and InStyle reveals the affects sea moss can have. Finally, Elle dives into dermarolling and Self provides an in-depth list of what to consider when getting dermal fillers.

Here's What Dermatologists Want You to Know About Tretinoin

Vitamin D Deficiency Could Impact Your Skin—Especially if You're BIPOC

What Does Niacinamide Do?

Every Question You Were Afraid to Ask About Dermarolling, Answered

Sea Moss Is Good In Smoothies, But It's Also Great for Your Skin

10 Things to Know Before Trying Dermal Fillers

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