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The Mainstream Patient: October 25, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about psoriasis complications, what milia is and more!

In this week’s edition, Self cautions patients on what psoriasis complications to watch for and New Beauty explains what milia is and how to treat the condition. Also, Vogue explains what is lip flip is and Elle says hair vitamins do work. Allure identifies the how Aragon oil helps skin and hair.

9 Psoriasis Complications to Watch for After a Diagnosis

How to Deal With Those Weird Flesh-Colored Bumps That Pop Up Around Your Eyes

Experts Demystify the Lip Flip Craze—And Reveal Needle-Free Secrets to the Look

Yes, Hair Growth Vitamins Actually Work

How Argan Oil Works Its Magic on Skin and Hair

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