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COVID-19’s impact on dermatology is a hot topic in this month’s Patient Buzz. Does taking spironolactone for acne make the virus worse? Can the virus live on beauty products? How to treat mask dermatitis? Why are dermatologists getting ready to join other health care workers fighting COVID-19?
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Be prepared for your patients’ questions about COVID-19 and other dermatology topics. Review this list of articles from the consumer press:
- Allure: Athlete’s foot
- Allure: Dangers of buying used makeup
- Allure: Eczema from hand washing
- Allure: How to identify and treat rosacea
- Allure: Melasma prevention and treatment
- Allure: Rosacea triggers
- Allure: Rosacea vs. papulopustular rosacea
- Allure: State of skin cancer 2020
- Allure: Teledermatology during COVID-19
- Allure: Varicose vein causes
- Allure: Varicose vein treatments
- Allure: Why dermatologists are fighting COVID-19
- CNET: How to get rid of acne
- Good Housekeeping: Glycolic acid benefits and side effects
- Good Housekeeping: Squalane oil
- Harper’s Bazaar: How to grow hair faster
- HuffPost: How often to wash your face
- HuffPost: Why skin-care products can stop working
- InStyle/Yahoo! Lifestyle: Can COVID-19 live on beauty products?
- Martha Stewart Living/Yahoo! Lifestyle: In-flight skin care
- New Beauty: Changing your skin-care routine during COVID-19
- New Beauty: Don’t pick your face
- New Beauty: How to downsize your skin-care regimen
- New Beauty: Hand dermatitis
- New Beauty: Mask-related dermatitis
- Newsweek: Why soap is effective at stopping COVID-19
- POPSUGAR: Beauty tweaks to prevent COVID-19
- POPSUGAR: Spironolactone and COVID-19
- Teen Vogue: How to use a dermaroller
- Vanity Fair: Plastic surgery in the time of COVID-19
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