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The Mainstream Patient: October 27


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about castor oil, Botox for migraines, apple cider vinegar baths, formaldehyde in beauty products, 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, Shape features one editor’s experience getting Botox to relieve her migraines and reveals various beauty products that contain formaldehyde. Meanwhile, Women’s Health dives into the cause of dry eyelids and provides tips on treatment. Real Simple writes about what taking an apple cider vinegar bath did to their skin, while Hello Giggles explains why pimple patches aren’t all they’re hyped up to be. Finally, InStyle investigates if castor oil can really make your eyelashes grow.

Does Castor Oil Actually Make Your Lashes Grow?

Getting Botox for Migraines Changed My Life

I Tried Taking an Apple Cider Vinegar Bath, Here’s What Happened

Exactly What Causes Dry Eyelids And How To Treat Them

Sorry, But Pimple Patches Are Worse Than You Think

These Beauty Products Still Use Formaldehyde — Here's Why You Should Care

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