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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.

HUM Nutrition Talk Excessive Sweating With Dr. Green

For some people sweating excessively can be an issue especially after physical exertion. However, in some cases people might even sweat for no reason and this form of excessive sweating is called hyperhidrosis. If you’re finding that your deodorant is not doing the job that you would hope it would, there are other solutions available,…

Teen Vogue Explore Bacne and Feature Dr. Green

For most people when we think about acne, we imagine acne on the face. However, acne can appear in other locations around the body too, including areas such as the back. Back acne can be uncomfortable and difficult to treat simply because it can be hard to reach without assistance. The good news is that…

Are Rollers good for Your Skin – NBC News

In “Face rollers 101: How to use one and their many skin benefits” CNBC asks Dr. Green about face rollers and how to pick the best one. “Face rollers are massage tools that temporarily boost circulation, tighten the skin and reduce puffiness,” explained Dr. Green to NBC News. She also notes that face rollers alone…

GQ: How to (Actually) Prevent Hair Loss

Dr. Michele Green was featured in GQ today where discussed how to keep and strengthen the hair they already have. Which each case is very different, some of the key notes she had in the article include attacking it at first sight – “Getting treatment for hair loss in its early stages can help minimize…

Rodan + Fields Speak to Dr. Green on Skin Tone

If you have noticed issues with your skin tone, such as dark patches or general skin discoloration, this could be a condition called hyperpigmentation. There are a number of different causes for this condition, from sun damage to genetics, but the good news is that there are a range of treatments available, each tailored to…

Scalp Care Tips with Bustle

Dr. Green was featured in Bustle.com today as she talks about what contributes to the current global rise in thinning hair and hair loss.  Key causes included stress from the Covid-19 pandemic and “this has created a need for treatments that alleviate hair loss,” Green says, noting that this tends to start with the scalp. “The…

Common Causes of Facial Redness, Quoted in Rodan + Fields

From genetics to sun damage or even high blood pressure, many things can cause redness in the face.  However, “a good skincare routine can help with facial redness and rosacea by helping your skin feel more comfortable, boosting your skin’s overall health, and reducing the risk of flare-ups,” Dr. Green explains today in “Facial Redness:…

Dr. Green Discusses Skin Care on Buzzfeed

When it comes to looking after your skin and your hair in the summer there are a few things that you need to consider that you may not normally have to think about in the other months in the year. This can range from ensuring your hair remains in good condition after dips in the…

Good Housekeeping Feature Dr. Green on Sugaring Hair Removal

When it comes to hair removal there are a lot of different methods that you can try from using razors, laser hair removal to hair removal creams. However, for some people these methods can irritate the skin. This raises the question is there any other methods available for those that are sensitive to traditional hair…

Dr. Green Discusses All You Need To Know About Acne Treatment with Haute Beauty

Dr. Michele Green was featured in Haute Beauty today on “All You Need To Know About Acne Treatment, Courtesy Of Dr. Michele Green” where she discusses The Different Forms of Acne along with the common causes.  From Chemical Peels to Hydrafacials, she looks at different Acne Breakout Treatments and notes that while the condition is mostly…

What Foods Can Damage Your Skin

You might know that processed meats, greasy burgers and microwave meals can be a contributor to bad skin such as acne.  But in “The 11 Worst Foods Damaging Your Skin, Say Dermatologists” on Eat This Not That,  you can get a bit more insight, plus the list also includes pretzels and baked goods too.  The…

Stopping Fungal Acne with Well+Good

Well + Good looked at “The 8 Best Products Derms Use to Stop Fungal Acne in Its Tracks” and asked Dr. Green about how to stop this type of Acne. She noted that Fungal Acne “responds much differently than whiteheads and blackheads to traditional OTC acne-fighting skincare ingredients, like benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid,” and…

Dance Magazine Feature Dr. Green on Alopecia

There are a number of different reasons why a person may suddenly experience the symptoms of hair loss, and often this is something that a person wants to address very quickly. One potential issue that many people might not expect as a cause for alopecia is the style of a person’s hair. Dr. Green has…

Dr. Green Explains Dermaplaning Tools on Oprah Daily

When it comes to cosmetic treatments that you can do at home, one area that you might consider is some basic dermaplaning. This method utilizes a dermatome which is used to scrape off the top layer of dead skin. Oprah Daily have looked into this facial treatment and have put together a post and takes…

Do Eyelashes Grow Back, How Many Fall Out & More

Insider.com spoke to Dr. Michele Green today and asked “Is it natural for eyelashes to fall out?” What are the different phases of this process and how long does it take to restore (around 2 months).  As for how many eyelashes you might lose each day “It is common and normal for eyelashes to fall…

Is Vitamin C Beneficial For Your Skin – Milk Makeup

You may have heard over the years that Vitamin C is good for you.  Well, in “Vitamin C Is One of the Most Powerful Ingredients Out There—Here’s Why” the Milk Makeup team look at “What doesn’t Vitamin C do?” For example the article asks Dr. Green for her insight and she notes that “Vitamin C helps…

What Are the Treatment Options for Alopecia Areata? Everyday Health

“What Are the Treatment Options for Alopecia Areata?” This was the question discussed with Everyday Health today where Dr. Green talks about hair loss treatment options such as PRP.  “PRP has concentrated blood plasma, which contains platelet-derived growth factors and proteins,” says Green. “PRP contains up to 5 times more platelets than normal blood. Restoring…

Insider Talk to Dr. Green About Masseter Botox

Botox in the masseter muscle is common among patients who have issues with clenching their jaw too much, or grinding teeth for example. Dr. Green was featured on Insider today where on “How masseter Botox can slim down your face and prevent teeth grinding” she noted that the first key step is to have a…

What is the Tarte Maracuja Juicy Lip Plump? Glamour Feature with Dr. Green

So what is the “Tarte Maracuja Juicy Lip Plump” and why has it taken over TikTok?! Glamour magazine wanted to find out with their review at “The Tarte Maracuja Juicy Lip Plump Gave Me Fuller-Looking Lips in Minutes” and see why so many on TikTok recommends it for plumping their lips up. Available at various…

How to Treat Melasma

Unfortunately, the exact underlying cause of melasma is still unknown. However, Dr. Green talks about common triggers such as sun exposure, hormones and thyroid disease today in an article on Haute Beauty which looks at how can you treat Melasma, such as with chemical peels, Mesopeels, Dermamelan, and Cosmelan peels to help reduce hyperpigmentation. Dr….

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