• General Dermatology
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  • Actinic Keratosis
  • Precision Medicine and Biologics
  • Rare Disease
  • Wound Care
  • Rosacea
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  • Pediatric Dermatology
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The Mainstream Patient: March 8, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on dermaplaning, active skincare ingredients, the history of Botox, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Self explores the world of dermaplaning and explains the reasons behind small facial bumps. Also, Hello Giggles highlights what to know about using active ingredients in skincare formulations and Shape investigates if winter is the culprit behind your red, dry skin. Finally, Allure features a story how one retired journalist changed the beauty journalism industry and explores the history of Botox.

What Is Dermaplaning and Should You Try It?

12 Reasons Why You Might Have Small 'Bumps' on Your Face

Needle Points: The Fascinating History of Botox

How Joan Kron's Reporting on Plastic Surgery Changed Beauty Journalism

Is a Winter Rash to Blame for Your Dry, Red Skin?

Here's What Dermatologists Want You to Know About Active Skincare Ingredients

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