The Mainstream Patient: November 23

November 23, 2020
Morgan Petronelli, Associate Editor

This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories on alpha arbutin as a brightening skincare ingredient, a new search tool that pairs skin of color patients with dermatologists, how to handle facial erythema, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Allure features stories on a new search tool that pairs skin of color patients with “culturally competent” dermatologists and one writer’s experience getting three of Korea’s most popular injectables for glass skin. Meanwhile, Hello Giggles writes about how alpha arbutin is gaining popularity as a brightening skincare ingredient and one writer’s experience being allergic to touch and how she deals with the skin condition. Finally, Elle reveals how to get rid of facial erythema and Women’s Health highlights one dermatologist’s skincare routine to combat dry and sensitive skin.

This New Dermatologist Search Tool Pairs People of Color With "Culturally Competent" Doctors

I'm Allergic to Touch—This Is How I Take Care of My Skin

Alpha Arbutin Is the Buzzy New Brightening Skincare Ingredient—Here's What You Should Know

I Tried Three of Korea’s Most Popular Injectables for Glass Skin

Derm Diaries: “I’m A Dermatologist With Dry, Sensitive Skin—Here’s Exactly What I Use”

Here's How To Get Rid Of Redness On Your Face, Once And For All

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