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The Mainstream Patient: January 11, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on acne treatment alternatives, dermal fillers, skincare regimens for psoriasis, wet hair care, laser treatments, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Allure writes about seven uncommon ingredients that could possibly help treat acne and provides a thorough guide to laser treatments for the skin and hair. Meanwhile, Shape reveals how to take care of wet hair to avoid breakage and dives into the latest skin treatments available for darker skin types. Finally, Hello Giggles features one psoriasis patient’s skincare routine and Self explains what everyone should know before getting dermal fillers.

7 Lesser-Known Acne-Fighting Ingredients You Haven't Tried

The Complete Guide to Laser Treatments for Hair and Skin

How to Care for Wet Hair to Avoid Breakage

These Skin Treatments Are *Finally* Available for Darker Skin Tones

I Have Psoriasis, and This Skincare Routine Keeps My Flare-Ups at Bay

10 Things to Know Before Trying Dermal Fillers

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