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The Mainstream Patient: October 20


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about postpartum hair loss, vitamin C benefits, witch hazel, fraxel laser treatments, isotretinoin’s effect on both the skin and mind, oily skin myths, 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, Hello Giggles finds out if witch hazel is beneficial or detrimental to the skin and gets to the bottom of oily skin myths. Meanwhile, Instyle explains how to take care of both your skin and mind while on isotretinoin (Accutane), and Women’s Health writes about the benefits of vitamin C. Finally, Shape dives into the anti-aging benefits of fraxel laser treatments and reveals how to deal with postpartum hair loss.

Is Witch Hazel Good or Bad for Your Skin? Here's What Dermatologists Say About This Controversial Ingredient

How to Take Care of Your Skin and Mind While on Accutane — and After

Why The Hype Over Vitamin C’s Skin Benefits Is Real

Dermatologists Say This Is the Most Common Misconception About Oily Skin

What You Need to Know About Fraxel Laser Treatments

Postpartum Hair Loss Is Real — Here's How to Deal with It

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