The Mainstream Patient: May 15

June 15, 2020

In this week’s edition, we feature stories about black-owned skincare lines, polyglutamic acid, hair antioxidants, a skincare company making affordable custom topical prescriptions, plus many 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, Allure writes about skin medicinals making waves in the skincare industry by providing affordable custom topical prescriptions, as well as investigates whether at-home microcurrent devices are worth the money. Elle provides a list of skincare lines to support that are owned by women of color. Meanwhile, Shape reveals the benefits of polyglutamic acid for the skin and explains if your hair also needs antioxidants. Finally, Vogue showcases the best remedies for a sunburn.

Meet Skin Medicinals, an Online Platform That Aims to Make Customized Topical Prescriptions More Affordable

Does Your Hair Need Antioxidants, Too?

22 Black-Owned Skincare Brands To Support Now And Forever

What You Need to Know About Polyglutamic Acid for Skin

What Are At-Home Microcurrent Devices, and Are They Worth the Splurge?

The Best Sunburn Remedies for the Summer Ahead, From Soothing Balms to LED Treatments