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The Mainstream Patient: October 4, 2021


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about HS flares during the period, clothes that double as skincare, and more!

In this week’s edition, Self explains why hidrandenitis suppurativa (HS) may flare during the menstural cycle and New Beauty talks about how skin of color (SOC) is changing the conversation on skin care. Also, Vogue explores clothing that doubles as skin care and Elle explains lash lifts. Finally, Hello Giggles explores how long to test skin care and Allure features a bill being reintroduced to get wigs covered by Medicare.

Hidradenitis Suppurativa and the Menstrual Cycle: Why You Might Have H.S. Flares Around Your Period

How the Conversation on Treating Skin of Color Is Changing

Clothing That Doubles as Skin Care? PH5 Designed Some—Here’s How It Works

Lash Lifts Are The Low-Maintenance Alternative To Lash Extensions

How Long to Use Skincare Products Before Seeing Results, According to Experts

Rep. Ayanna Pressley Joins Reintroduction of Bill to Get Wigs Covered by Medicare

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