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The Mainstream Patient: September 27


This week’s edition of The Mainstream Patient features stories about PFR fillers, blue LED light therapy, female hair loss, infected piercing care, plus more.

In this week’s edition, Vogue takes a deep dive into female hair loss and New Beauty discovers if blue LED light therapy is worth the hype. Also, Allure explores why your eyelashes might be falling out and InStyle highlights everything you need to know before using pure shea butter. Finally, Hello Giggles explains how to treated an infected piercing and Glamour shares one editor's experience getting platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) undereye injections.

Shedding Light on Shedding: How I Navigated Female Hair Loss

Blue LED Light Therapy Devices are Trending, But Are They Worth It?

5 Reasons Why Your Eyelashes May Be Falling Out

What to Know Before Using Pure Shea Butter

A Dermatologist Breaks Down How to Treat an Infected Piercing in 7 Easy Steps

I Tried PRF Fillers for My 30th Birthday—Here’s What I Wish I’d Known First

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