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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.

“The Healthy” Speak to Dr. Green About Deodorants & Difference vs Antiperspirant

If you’re looking for recommendations on the best deodorants or antiperspirants for women then this article on The Healthy web site will help. Photo source: pexels The team over at Thehealthy.com have talked to Dr. Green to find out the difference between a deodorant and what is considered an antiperspirant. You can learn about the…

Are Baking Soda Baths Good for Your Skin?

This question was discussed with various local dermatologists in the Oprah Magazine article “10 Benefits of Taking a Bathing Soda Bath” today by Brigitt Earley.  Dr. Michele Green talks about how Baking Soda can help soothe hives and the itchy skin caused by it, as well as be used for reducing odor in the fridge…

Oprah Magazine Talk to Dr. Green About Drugstore Moisturizers

When it comes to skin care, certain products such as moisturizers can do a good job of keeping your skin looking good for longer. The problem is that with so many products out there on the market which ones should you choose? Oprah Magazine has looked into moisturizers and have talked to leading dermatologists including…

Parade Talk to Dr Green About Mask Related Acne

With a lot of stores and locations now enforcing the wearing of face masks to help reduce the spread of coronavirus, one of the negative aspects of having to wear a mask on a regular basis is that it can increase the likelihood of an acne breakout. One of the main reasons for this is…

How to get rid of a Pimple Overnight

Dr. Michele Green was featured in Byrdie today – where she mentions that “Tea tree oil has antibacterial properties that are known to work on P. acnes and S. epidermidis, two forms of acne-causing bacteria.” Aloe Vera is beneficial for various types of inflammation such as acne for example and thus she recommends Peace Out…

Byrdie Talk to Dr Green About Melasma

Melasma is is a skin condition that typically looks like brownish pigmentation or discoloration, that normally appears on the face, but can also display on other areas of the body such as the arms and shoulders.  The good news is that there are a range of things that can be done to prevent it in…

First For Women Magazine Feature Dr. Green

First For Women magazine has featured Dr. Green in their summer Beauty Bothers – Solved feature, in their July, 2020 issue. Take a look at the article where Dr. Green suggests that using a coconut oil serum can help firm up a crepey chest. Dr. Green mentions that this is because the vitamin E in…

Byrdie and Dr Green Discuss if Aluminum in Deodorant is Bad

There has been a lot of news and discussion over the years as to whether aluminum used in underarm products such as antiperspirants is safe. Brydie have looked into this issue and have discussed the topic with dermatologists, including Dr. Michele Green to find out if this is something you should be concerned about, or…

Dr. Green & Sunday Edit Talk About Scalp-Care Routines & Cutting Hair

With many of us working from home, this can cause skin and scalp flare ups, despite there being no-coworkers to notice.  And after a few months of this, you might even want a hair cut or a trim finally too! Sunday Edit discussed this with several doctors including Dr. Michele Green who notes that one…

Byrdie Talk to Dr Green About Amoxicillin for Acne

Amoxicillin is a drug that is part of the penicillin family, an antibiotic often prescribed to treat common infections such as ear infections. However, one question that is sometimes raised is whether it can help with acne? One of the reasons that this drug may be beneficial to treat acne is because it offers anti-inflammatory…

Maskne, Face Mask Acne, Discussed with Glow Recipe

  Maskne, or mask acne is caused by face masks and coverings, but there are other factors in play here. Dr. Green talks about how pores get clogged and how a face mask can make skin more vulnerable to acne. And while face masks are important to wear outside these days due to the current…

Featured in June / July 2020 issue of Parents Latina

Dr. Michele Green was quoted in the current print issue of Parents Latina, where she is asked about SPF and talks about “wearing (sunscreen) daily can help keep dark spots under control as well as stop any new ones from forming.”  Based in NYC, Dr. Green works with a lot of Latina patients and can…

Do’s and Don’ts After Getting a Tattoo? Dr. Green & Greatist

Dr. Michele Green was quoted in Greatist, as they look at the Do’s and Don’ts for what you should do after getting a new tattoo in “Your Complete Guide to Tattoo Aftercare.” It looks at what to expect from day one post-tattoo and the weeks after. As its a personal statement that will stick around…

WebMD Talk to Dr. Green About Covid Toe

Previously there has been some discussion as to lesions that have been occurring on people’s toes, and a potential relation it might have to a Coronavirus / COVID-19 infection. Discussion revolved around whether there was a link between the lesions and the COVID-19 virus. However, there has been more research carried out in the weeks…

Future of Beauty, Authority Magazine’s Discussion With Dr Green

Candice Georgiadis of Authority Magazine has recently interviewed Dr. Michele Green and they have talked about the future of beauty, covering topics such as Kybella, CoolSculpting and hydrafacials and how the roles in cosmetic dermatology have developed over the years. Learn more about Dr. Green’s career and find the answer to questions such as three…

Diet Issues and Acne, Discussed on HealthDay

A recent study in France carried out by dermatologist Dr. Emilie Sbidian, of Mondor Hospital in Paris has potentially found a link to certain food types and acne. HealthDay web site have looked into this study on acne and discussed it’s results with Dr. Green to find out what her opinion is of the research….

Growth Factors Support the Repair of Damaged Skin

The Dermstore have been looking into the rising popularity of using Growth Factors to help with skin care. As a result, they talked with Dr. Green to learn what growth factors are, and how they can help your skin. Dr. Green mentions that “They support the repair of damaged skin, (and) help produce new collagen formation”….

Featured in Hair Removal Guide on RealSelf

Dr. Green was recently featured on the Real Self web site in their complete guide to hair removal. In this guide you can get a complete run down of all the different hair removal methods that are out there, from the cheapest at-home methods to the professional gold standard. You can find out all about…

Can Nutrafol Help with Hair Loss? Express UK Feature

The Express Newspaper talked to Dr. Green about Nutrafol, a supplement that can potentially be used to help issues with hair loss. Dr. Green told The Express that, “Nutrafol is an amazing vitamin”. This vitamin is formulated from Marine collagen, which is enriched with B vitamins. It also contains palmetto, which helps prevent testosterone being…

What Are Ceramides

Ceramides are a substance that is contained within the human body naturally. Ceramides are lipids that help bond the upper layer of skin together. The Web Site, Hello Giggles has talked to Dr. Green about Ceramides to determine their benefits for skin care. Learn more about the benefits of Ceramides and find out how using…

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