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The Mainstream Patient: November 29


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about probiotic skincare, how to manage dry skin, and more.

In this week’s edition, InStyle defines the difference between sensitive and sensitized and Allure talks why probiotic skin care is a lie. New Beauty discusses how a TikTok influencer treated her melasma and silicone butt injections. Also, Martha Stewart talks dry skin and Vogue lists probiotics in detail.

Is Your Skin Actually Sensitive or Just Sensitized?

Probiotic Skin Care Is a Lie

Every Skin-Care Product This TikTok Star Used to Fade Her Melasma

The Truth About Backroom Silicone Butt Injections

How Two Leading Dermatologists Manage Their Dry Skin

The Complete Guide to Probiotics, From Supplements to Kombucha

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