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The Mainstream Patient: September 21


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about dark circles, sun damage on different skin tones, wearing sunscreen with a mask, sleep’s effect on skin health, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Elle explains how a good night’s sleep can attribute to good skin heath. Also, InStyle highlights the importance of wearing sunscreen — even with a mask on. Hello Giggles dives into how to transition your skincare routine during cooler weather and showcases what sun damage looks like on different skin tones. Meanwhile, Allure features different methods to eliminate dark circles and undereye bags. Finally, Glamour reveals the best ways to get rid of blackheads quickly.

Here's How Your Skincare Routine Should Change in Cooler Weather, According to Dermatologists

Sun Damage Looks Different On Every Skin Tone—Here's What Experts Say You Should Look For

How to Get Rid of Blackheads the Right Way

You Can Actually Sleep Your Way To Good Skin

How to Get Rid of Undereye Bags and Dark Circles

Yes, You Still Need to Wear SPF With a Mask — Here’s Why

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