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The Mainstream Patient: July 23, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about a new TikTok-inspired acne treatment, skin care ingredient absorption, injectable psoriasis treatments, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Allure dives into injectable psoriasis treatments, features a new TikTok trend using sea salt water to treat acne, and explains why there is a rise in Black people getting fillers and Botox. Also, Hello Giggles details what sun allergies are and reveals how skin care ingredients are really absorbed into the skin. Finally, Harper's Bazaar highlights hormone testing as the next big thing in skin care.

People on TikTok Are Using Sea Salt Water Treatments to Clear Their Acne

The Injectable Psoriasis Treatment You Probably Didn’t Know About

Why More Black People Are Getting Fillers & Botox

What Are Sun Allergies? Plus, Signs You May Be Experiencing Them

The Truth About How Skincare Ingredients Get Absorbed Into the Skin

Hormone Testing Is Skincare's Next Big Thing

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