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Press Coverage

View where Dr. Michele Green has been interviewed and featured in various newspapers, magazines, blogs, publications and more in our press section. With quotes in mainstream media and within the medical industry you can find out more about Dr. Green and her NYC based cosmetic dermatology office here.

Eat This, Not That! Talk To Dr. Green About Food and Skin

When it comes to your skin, what you eat can play a surprising role in your skin’s condition. Some foods can cause long-term and lasting damage to your skin, such as issues with inflammation, acne, and general skin aging. In addition to this, the fundamental building blocks of foods, such as carbohydrates, can also cause…

What’s the Difference Between Mineral and Chemical Sunscreen?

Pioneer woman blog asks “What’s the difference between mineral and chemical sunscreens?” to several dermatologists including Dr. Michele Green. She notes that while mineral sunscreens use ingredients like zinc oxide and titanium dioxide that sit on the surface of the skin and act as a physical barrier against the sun’s rays, a chemical sunscreen is…

Insider & Dr. Green – How To Make Your Hair Grow Faster

If you are finding that your hair just doesn’t grow as fast as you think it should then there are a number of things that you can look at, starting with your diet, to see if it can help improve the rate of hair growth. Perhaps you are suffering with a issue such as hair…

How To Make an Oatmeal Bath for Your Skin – Insider.com

Insider.com asked various dermatologists for advice on an Oatmeal bath in the article titled “How to make an oatmeal bath to soothe and moisturize skin, according to dermatologists.” Due to the range of nutrients it has, oatmeal can soothe a wide variety of skin conditions, including: Acne Eczema Rashes such as Poison Ivy Sunburn Dry…

What Beauty Products are Best for Acne Prone Skin

From make up primers to bronzers and blush, finding the right beauty products for your skin can be tough. Dr. Michele Green talks to Mental Floss today and offers advice for people with acne-prone skin, such as how they should avoid any product that is comedogenic, which can clog pores and cause breakouts.  She also…

Talking Botox Injections with Haute Beauty

Dr. Green chats with Haute Beauty about Botox today, including in particular, what is known as “Baby Botox” which aims to reduces facial muscle use without “freezing” the muscle entirely. The article looks at how Baby Botox works, how long it can last, when a follow up is needed, along with its popularity in recent…

Best Treatments for Tech Neck, Featured in RealSimple.com

RealSimple.com spoke with various dermatologists including Dr. Green about “tech neck” which is become more and more common in the digital age where users are often looking down into their mobile devices. “We use the phrase ‘tech neck’ to describe the creping, sagging, and wrinkling of the skin around our neck and décolletage that is…

Reversing the Signs of Aging with Non-Surgical Treatments

Dr. Michele Green was featured in Byrdie today on “8 Non-Surgical Options for Reversing the Signs of Aging.” She talks about Botox, Juvederm, CoolSculpting and more, including dermal fillers and how “Microneedling with PRP utilizes fine needles to create micro-injuries in the skin.”  These micro-injuries result in cell turnover, which leads to a boost in…

Preventing Gray Hair, Is it Possible? Hair Loss & Treatment Options

Dr. Michele Green was quoted on the Zoe Report today noting that “Our bodies will naturally go under more oxidative stress as we age.” Beyond the potential stress magnified in today’s world, is preventing gray hair in the first place a possible option? Dr Green talks about PRP (platelet rich plasma) treatment as a preventative…

AskMen Talk to Dr. Green About Korean Skincare Routines

When it comes to adopting new skincare routines, one of the new trends is something called the ‘Korean Skincare Routine’, which describes a process that Korean women adopt to ensure that their skin is kept looking in great shape. This is something that men can start to use as well, especially if they are looking…

The Zoe Report Discusses Skin Picking With Dr. Green

When you have a spot, scab or a skin condition there can be an urge to scratch and pick at the area that is troubling us. Occasionally this can become a compulsion. The medical name for this skin picking compulsion is Dermatillomania. The Zoe Report have looked into the condition of skin picking and have…

Cosmopolitan Ask Dr. Green How to Deal With Tan Lines

One thing that nobody wants is to get tan lines, and the good news is that there are some ways that they can be dealt with. An even better solution is to work on preventing them from occurring in the future, since sun exposure and sun burn can lead to even worse issues, such as…

Byrdie Discuss Acne & CBD Oil With Dr. Green

You have probably come across CBD oil in a number of the beauty products that you’ve seen in the stores, but you might not know that another use for it is to help treat acne. This is great for individuals who are looking for acne treatment, but the question is how effective is it? Byrdie…

New Beauty Discuss Skin Condition Signs With Dr. Green

When it comes to skin condition there is a number of different signs that can indicate whether your skin is in good shape or not. Signs to watch out for include flakiness and discoloration. However, there are a number of other signs that might indicate that you need some kind of skin treatment  NewBeauty have…

Health.com Talk Anti-Itch Creams With Dr. Green

There are a number of reasons why your skin might start to be itchy, from conditions such as rashes or dry skin, to shorter term irritations caused by insect bites or even sunburn. The good news is that even though the condition can be irritating, there are a number of creams and treatments available that…

The Strategist Ask About Treating Keratosis Pilaris

Karatosis Pilaris is caused by a buildup of keratin in pores. The condition appears on the skin in the form of bumps. This can look a little like ‘chicken skin’. The question is, can you do something about it? The Strategist has talked to Dr. Green and other dermatologists to find out more. Learn more…

Vegamour Talk Gut Health & Hair Loss with Dr. Green

When it comes to hair loss that isn’t caused by pattern baldness, there can be a number of different reasons why a person may start to find that their hair is thinning or even falling out. One of these reasons might be the condition of your gut health. Vegamour have discussed the issue of hair…

Insider Talk to Dr. Green About Using Rice Water with Hair

If you’ve heard about using rice water on your hair and are wondering if it works or not, then Insider.com have tackled this issue and have talked about this treatment with Dr. Green. Learn more about rice water for your hair and discover what Dr. Green thinks about the ingredient and how it might help…

Modern Digital Woman Interviews Dr. Green

The blog site Modern Digital Woman have talked to Dr. Green about a number of subjects. The interview covers how her career began before moving on to questions about how to deal with acne and maskne (acne caused by wearing masks). To learn more about the issue of maskne and how to treat acne you…

Collagen Supplements for Hair & Skin with Parade Magazine

We all wish we knew the answer to how to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. This article on Parade.com today talks about how collagen supplements work, the benefits and potential downsides too. Dr. Michele Green is quoted in the article saying that “Collagen molecules are too large and cannot be absorbed by applying to the…

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