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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.

Insider Talk to Dr. Green about Stretch Marks & Botox for Migraines

Insider have talked to Dr. Green to find information about a number of different issues. First, they have discussed how Botox can be used to treat migraines. One of the causes of migraines is muscle tension and Botox helps relax the muscles in the forehead. For those individuals who suffer from this kind of migraine…

Martha Stewart Site Discusses Shower Temperature With Dr. Green

When it comes to shower temperature there is a lot of different opinions about what is the best setting is. Some individuals advocate ice cold showers while others prefer a very hot shower. We might have our own personal preference, but when it comes to looking after your skin, what is the best temperature? The…

Healthline Talk to Dr. Green About Artificial Melanin & Hair Dye

When it comes to hair dye, some individuals can suffer allergic reactions to some of the ingredients that are contained within it. The good news for those who suffer allergic reactions from hair dye is that a new type of dye that could be healthier for you has been developed by scientists. This product contains…

Byrdie Talk About Vitamin E Oil for Nails & IPL Benefits

You might have heard that vitamin E is good for helping keep your nails in good condition. This raises the question what is the best way to use it to help your nails? One way to use vitamin E on your nails is to use vitamin E oil. Byrdie has talked to Dr. Green and…

The Ice Water Facial, Does it Work? Dr. Green Discusses with Insider

Ever wonder what happens if you try the “Ice Water Facial” for a week?  Well, Jen Glantz of Insider magazine gave it a try at the article titled “I tried doing daily ice-water facials for a week, and I think I’ll save it for special occasions” and had her own feedback about ice cold water….

HelloGiggles Speak to Dr. Green About Lanolin

When it comes to keeping your skin looking good in the winter time it can be difficult because of the cold weather. The good news is that there are a range of different products that you can use to keep your skin looking good throughout the year. One of the ingredients found in winter skin…

RealSelf Talk To Dr. Green About Facial Oils

If you’re using facial oils, are you sure that you have the right product for your skin? It can be easy to pick up a product in a store without really thinking too much about how it will affect your skin. However, it is important to get the right facial oil product for your own…

Dr. Green Featured in U.S News On ‘Covid Toes’

As the on-going pandemic continues and doctors and scientists learn more about the Covid-19 virus, it appears that there are a wide range of unexpected symptoms that can occur and linger on as a person recovers from the illness. One such issue has been dubbed ‘Covid toes’, which is a skin complaint, as the name…

RealSelf & Dr. Green Talk Neurotoxins

When it comes to beauty treatments that involve Neurotoxins you might automatically think of Botox injections. However, over the years other toxins have entered the market and now there is some choice available. This raises the question, which toxins are best? RealSelf have looked into which neurotoxin are the most effective and have asked Dr….

Allure Asks Dr. Green About Most Common Skin Care Questions for Women Over 40

Marie Lodi of Allure magazine asked Dr. Michele Green about various skin care questions in an article titled “Derms Answer the Most Common Skin-Care Questions of Women Over 40” and how women can embrace these years. “As you age, the body produces less collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid. These are considered the building blocks for…

Cancer Therapy Advisor Talk to Dr. Green About TCI Use

Topical calcineurin inhibitors (TCI) are drugs that are designed to inhibit calcineurin, which in turn help suppress the immune system. These medications have started to be used in dermatology to help treat issues such as atopic dermatitis which is a inflammatory skin condition. A study has been conducted to see if TCIs are linked to…

The Zoe Report Talk to Dr. Green About Skincare in the Fall

If you’re not happy with the current condition of your skin then there are a number of things that you can do to help improve it, this fall. With an increase in face mask wearing and the change in the weather to a colder climate, your skin can need different products to help it adjust…

Byrdie Talks to Dr. Green About Subclinical Acne

What is subclinical acne? It is also known as comedonal acne. This type of acne doesn’t always develop into a spot, but instead can sit under the surface of the skin. The Byrdie web site has discussed the subject of subclinical acne with Dr. Green to find out what it is, what the causes are…

Byrdie Talk to Dr. Green About Ear Piercings

Today, there are so many different types of piercings available. Traditionally a person might only get a single earlobe piercing and be done with it. Now, people are showing their individual personality by getting a whole range of different types of ear piercings. People can now get multiple earlobe piercings, snug piercings and industrial bar…

RealSelf Talk to Dr. Green About Melasma

Melasma are dark spots that appear on the skin. There are a lot of different reasons why melasma spots may appear, but one of the major factors is sun exposure. Reducing your sun exposure can help prevent these kind of dark spots from appearing in the first place. However, there are other causes that you…

Dr. Green on InsideHook Talking About ‘Butt Acne’

It can be quite common for all people to get acne once in a while. One of the areas of the body where this can occur is on the butt. Generally, most people do not want to talk about this, so it can be an issue that gets overlooked and not dealt with. However, butt…

Dr. Green Featured on MSN Lifestyle about Hyperpigmentation

Dark spots and skin discoloration can be a cause of concern. In many cases, dark spots and skin discoloration is caused by something called hyperpigmentation, which is normally harmless and not something to worry about. Ultimately, many people would still like to get rid of this condition and would prefer to have clearer looking skin….

Byrdie Talk to Dr. Green About Lip Hair

You may have noticed that you have some upper lip hair and want to reduce its appearance. This is very common and for most it is perfectly normal to have some upper lip hair. For those with issues with excess upper lip hair, this can be caused by various medical conditions. Either way, if you…

Hum Nutrition Blog Talks to Dr. Green About Makeup Issues

For many women wearing makeup is an everyday occurrence, which happens without too much thought. However, The Hum Nutrition Blog has asked leading dermatologists whether wearing makeup can causes premature aging and skin problems long term. Dr. Green suggests that certain ingredients found in makeup may cause problems and therefore should be avoided. In addition…

Byrdie Talk To Dr. Green About Nail Health & Eyebrow Growth

Byrdie have talked to Dr. Michele Green on a number of subjects relating to dermatology recently. The first conversation they had was in relation to your eyebrows. You can learn about some of the reasons why your eyebrows might fall out, how long it takes for them to grow back and ways you can even…

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