The Mainstream Patient: July 13

July 13, 2020

This week's edition features stories in consumer media involving sunscreen terms, facial erythema, inner thigh chafing, pityrosporum folliculitis, how to treat "maskne," plus more.

Introducing The Mainstream Patient, a weekly glimpse into what your patients may be reading in the media about skin health.

In this week’s edition, InStyle explains what pityrosporum folliculitis is and how to treat it. Meanwhile, Allure reveals how to combat inner thigh chafing and provides a guide to sunscreen terms. Shape dives into how to treat “maskne” and Vogue highlights how to take care of your skin when wearing a mask. Finally, Glamour writes about facial erythema and identifies some triggers to help with prevention.

Fungal Acne Might Be Why You're Breaking Out — Here's How to Get Rid of It

The Sunscreen Glossary: A Comprehensive Guide to Everything You Need to Know About SPF

How to Treat Chafed Inner Thighs, According to Dermatologists

'Maskne' Is a Very Real Thing—Here's How to Beat Face Mask Breakouts

How to Get Rid of Redness on Your Face and What’s Causing It

The Pro’s Guide to Skin Care and Makeup When You’re Wearing a Mask