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The Mainstream Patient: October 18, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about how biologic treatments changed 6 psoriasis patients lives, updated sunscreen regulations, and more!

In this week’s edition, Self tells the story of 6 people with psoriasis who had biologics change their life and New Beauty explains the newest sunscreen regulations from the FDA. Also, Vogue explores if consumers really need a skincare fridge and Elle asks the question should I see an Esthetician or Dermatologist. Finally, Hello Giggles features a dermatologist who explains who face toner should or should not be used and Allure identifies the difference between acne on the lip and a cold sore.

6 People With Psoriatic Arthritis Share How Their Lives Changed After Finding the Right Biologic

The FDA Just Updated Its Sunscreen Regulations, and This Is Everything a Consumer Should Know

Do You Actually Need A Skincare Fridge?

Esthetician or Dermatologist: Who Should I See?

We Asked Dermatologists If We Have to Use Face Toner, and Here's the Scoop

Are the Pimples on Your Lip Actually a Cold Sore?

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