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The Mainstream Patient: November 11


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on a cryotherapy hairbrush, how to treat comedones, humectants and lanolin for moisturization, 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, Allure explains what hyaluronic acid is, why it’s all the rage in skincare right now and how it benefits the skin. Meanwhile, Shape details one writer’s experience using a cryotherapy cold brush on their hair, and Self reveals how to treat closed comedones. Also, Hello Giggles explains how both humectants and lanolin will help moisturize your skin during the winter. Finally, Real Simple provides some tips on how to take care of your skin to help prevent early signs of aging.

I Tried a Cryotherapy Cold Brush On My Hair — Here’s What Happened

Lanolin Is the Miracle Moisturizing Skincare Ingredient You Need This Winter

Humectants Are Your Wintertime Skin Savior—Here's How to Add Them to Your Regimen

What Is Hyaluronic Acid, and How Does It Benefit Your Skin?

Experts Say These 7 Things Will Make Your Skin Look Older

How to Treat Closed Comedones, the Acne You Didn’t Know You Had

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