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The Mainstream Patient: November 16


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on skincare in dermatology clinics, exfoliation during the winter, crying and acne breakouts, 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, Women’s Health explains everything you need to know about the world of skin tightening and Shape tackles purchasing skincare products at dermatology clinics. Meanwhile, Allure reveals if crying can cause breakouts and explains why our skin is always so dry during the winter. Finally, Glamour writes about how TikTok is disrupting the “Millennial” beauty industry and Vogue provides some tips on the best methods to exfoliate your skin during the winter.

Is TikTok Killing ‘Millennial’ Beauty?

7 Reasons Your Skin Gets So Dry in the Winter

Can Crying All the Time Make Your Skin Break Out?

Everything You Need To Know About Laser Skin Tightening

Should You Buy Your Skin-Care Products at the Derm?

To Scrub, Slough, or Chemically Dissolve? Experts Weigh In on the Ultimate Guide to Winter Exfoliation

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