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The Mainstream Patient: March 22, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on aloe vera in skincare, fungal acne, the COVID-19 plastic surgery boom, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Shape explains the benefits of aloe vera in skincare, and Allure provides and in-depth guide to fungal acne. Also, Elle writes about the plastic surgery boom caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, and Vogue features a story on the cultural significance of dry skin. Finally, Hello Giggles dives into how to handle skin emergencies such as cold sores and chemical burns and investigates if women should be syncing their skincare to their menstrual cycle.

Aloe Vera's Benefits for Skin Go Way Beyond Sunburn Treatment

More Than Just Dry Skin: The Cultural Significance of Ashiness

Inside The Plastic Surgery Boom That Took Quarantine By Storm

Is Fungal Acne a Real Thing?

Wait, Should We Be Syncing Our Skincare to Our Periods?

From Chemical Burns to Cold Sores, Here’s What To Do In An Emergency Skin Situation

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