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The Mainstream Patient: October 5


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about snail slime in skincare, how to treat hyperpigmentation, different exfoliation methods, maskne during the fall, 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, Allure reveals the best methods to remove Halloween makeup and face paint without ruining the skin and lists various ways to exfoliate without using a scrub. Women’s Heath dives into the benefits of snail slime in skincare, while InStyle explains if maskne will still be an issue during the upcoming colder months. Finally, Shape features articles on how to deal with hyperpigmentation and how to properly wash your hair without causing breakage.

How to Remove Your Halloween Makeup and Face Paint Without Wrecking Your Skin

Why a Dermatologist Approves of Snail Slime in Skincare

9 Ways to Exfoliate Your Skin Without a Scrub

Exactly How to Wash Your Hair to Prevent Breakage

Will Maskne Still Be a Thing This Fall?

How to Deal with Hyperpigmentation in Your Skin

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