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The Mainstream Patient: January 4


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on milia, alcohol in skincare, body acne, silicone sheet masks, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Allure explains why people are encountering body acne now more than ever and Self provides tips on how to handle the retinization period when using retinoids. Also, Women’s Health explores the rising world of silicone sheet masks and Glamour writes about an acne face map that can help provide information on the cause of the breakout. Finally, Hello Giggles reveals if skincare containing alcohol is bad for you and explains what milia is.

Why More People Are Getting Body Acne Than Ever

How to Manage Retinization When Using Retinoids

Everything You Need To Know About Using Silicone Sheet Masks

This Acne Face Map Can Determine Why You're Always Breaking Out in the Same Spot

Is Alcohol in Skincare Bad? A Chemist and Dermatologist Break It Down

What Is Milia? Dermatologists Explain Everything to Know About Those Tiny White Bumps

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