The Mainstream Patient: November 2

November 2, 2020
Morgan Petronelli

This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about an antibacterial bee by-product popping up in skincare, how sun damage presents itself on different skin types, tips on how to manage hormonal acne caused by menopause, 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 gives some tips on how to prevent and relieve razor burns from shaving, and how to manage hormonal acne caused by menopause. Self provides a thorough guide to psoriasis and Women’s Health reveals how an antibacterial bee by-product is popping up in skincare. Finally, Hello Giggles investigates if all-natural beauty products are actually beneficial to the skin and shows how sun damage presents itself on different skin types.

Is Switching to All-Natural Beauty Products Really Better for Your Skin?

How to Soothe (and Prevent) Razor Burn When You Shave

Sun Damage Looks Different On Every Skin Tone—Here's What Experts Say You Should Look For

How to Deal With Hormonal Acne During Menopause

What Is Psoriasis? Everything You Need to Know

A Complete Guide to Incorporating Propolis In Your Skincare Routine

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