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The Mainstream Patient: November 8, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about eczema on the eyelid, why rosacea is often misdiagnosed on darker skin and more!

In this week’s edition, Self describes how to deal with eyelid eczema and New Beauty explains how to treat melasma on the upper lip. Also, Vogue says how to shower to keep the skin soft and Elle dives into how to get rid of a pimple overnight. Allure identifies why rosacea is often misdiagnosed in Black skin.

How to Treat Eyelid Eczema When Your Skin Keeps Freaking Out

How to Beat a ‘Melasma Mustache’ Like a Dermatologist

This is the Ideal Shower Temperature to Keep Your Skin Soft, Smooth, and Glowing

How To Get Rid of A Pimple Overnight

Why Rosacea Is So Often Misdiagnosed on Black Skin

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