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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.

What is the best Pillowcase material for your skin?

What is the best material for your pillowcase? Dr. Green discusses this with NY Mag and looked at various pillow brands such as the “Déjà Pillowcase” or the “Lacoste Solid Washed Cotton Percale 300-Thread-Count Pillowcases” along with the natural “Nawrap Woven Japanese Pillowcases.” Cotton pillowcases can work well for preventing pimples. Dr. Green says, “Cotton…

Is Air Conditioning Bad For Your Skin?

Bustle looked at “8 Gross & Scary Things That Can Happen To Your Body When You Spend Too Much Time In Air Conditioning” and one of them is dry skin. “Because air conditioning takes moisture from the air it can make the skin excessively dry if over exposed,” dermatologist Dr. Michele Green tells Bustle. “Due…

Dr. Green Discusses The Top 10 Facial Cleansers for Mature Skin

Dermstore discusses what one can do with their skin care routine with various dermatologists. In this article – “Best Face Cleansers for Every Mature Skin Concern” – Dr. Michele Green, MD, recommends looking out for ingredients such as panthenol or provitamin B5 and glycolic acid to provide your skin with moisture while gently washing away…

Is Vicks VapoRub useful for Skin Care?

Vicks VapoRub contains four active ingredients: Camphor, Turpentine oil, Levomenthol and Eucalyptus oil. But what does that even mean? Dr. Green spoke with Refinery 29 to see what its true uses are. And no, it is not an all purpose solution despite what your grandparents might say. In fact, even Procter & Gamble Co, the…

Dandruff Scraping Videos – Not Recommended By Dermatologists

One current trend in YouTube videos and social media is Dandruff Scraping as well as using various tools such as a metal oral care hook. But does all the scraping and scratching work for removing one’s dandruff. “I do not recommend using the tool as seen in the video,” says Dr. Michele Green, M.D in…

FDA approves new drug Qbrexza for Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating)

The FDA has recently approved Qbrexza (glycopyrronium), a once-daily topical treatment, for primary axillary hyperhidrosis (excessive underarm sweating). Healthline interviewed various dermatologists about this in a recent article. Excessive sweating affects nearly 10 million people in the United States, occurring similarly in both men and women. “This isn’t just a cosmetic condition. I’ve had patients…

What Is The Natural Way to Get Longer Lashes

Dr. Michele Green, M.D. was featured in Greatist this week, a health and fitness website. She talks about natural ways to make eyelashes grow, without any fake eyelashes or eyelash extensions. For example, Dr. Green is also a fan of castor oil for eyelashes. She suggests creating your own DIY eyelash growth serum recipe by…

Does Deodorant Cause Breast Cancer?

This is a myth overall, but the theory exists because the active ingredients in antiperspirants are aluminum-based compounds, which block the sweat glands to keep sweat from getting to the skin’s surface. However, if you have sensitive skin, natural deodorants may be a better option for you. “Natural deodorants are hypoallergenic, therefore they’re less likely…

Why You Should Not Stay In A Wet Swimsuit

While the summer months are in full swing now, with temperatures hitting the 90’s in the NYC area today, its a good reminder to not stay wet while wearing a swimsuit. And while it won’t cause immediate harm, one should avoid lounging around for too long in a wet swimsuit as it can increase the…

Discussing Sephoras Perk Hydrating Facial With The Culture Trip

NYC is home to luxurious spas, but also the home of some great deals. Sephora’s Perk Hydrating facial has become a popular lunchtime skin fix option, as it takes under 30 minutes and is free of charge – if you spend $75 on skincare products at Sephora. But is it worth it? Jill Di Donato…

Treating Bumps Under Your Eyes – Quoted in YourTango

Many people have small bumps under their eyes, these small bumps are usually Milia or Syringomas, both of which are treatable and not harmful. Milia are clogged pores that appear as tiny, white cysts. But they are very different in some ways, so do not try to pop them yourself. So how can we treat…

The Rosacea Diet Plan – Does It Actually Work?

Shape Magazine discussed various “Tips for Adjusting Your Diet If You Have Rosacea” and interviewed various dermatology experts such as Dr. Michele Green. A common issue regarding Rosacea is that most Rosacea patients did not know about their condition until it is diagnosed. And while there is no cure for it, there is a way…

Obese people run greater risk of Onychomycosis (Toe Nail Fungus)

Studies in Health Day provided by Korean researchers of over 9 million people have shown that people who are statistically obese have more than double the rate of the infection, known as onychomycosis, compared to slim people. As noted in the article, U.S. dermatologists such as Dr. Michele Green said the finding isn’t surprising. “I…

Dr Green Talks About Eczema, Eczema Creams, Types & Treatment

What is the best type of cream to treat Eczema with? Readers Digest interviewed various dermatologists about different Eczema conditions. For light / mild eczema, such as small patches of inflammation on your body, moisturizer is the best eczema cream for you. “Hydrating ingredients include lipids, ceramides, and, really, anything rich,” says Dr. Michele S….

What You Need To Know About Cold Sores And Herpes – Buzzfeed

Caroline Kee of Buzzfeed talks about Cold Sores with Dr. Michele Green. Find out what the difference between cold sores and herpes is (spoiler alert: there is none), and how they can be treated. “Cold sores are most often caused by HSV-1, and we used to think they were only caused by HSV-1 but we…

Does a Rose Quartz Facial Roller Work? Featured in Paper Mag

Gaining a lot of popularity the last few months, a Rose Quartz Facial Roller is one of the top selling trends for many stores. Listed as a facial massage roller in some places, one should not expect miracles. Dr. Michele Green also notes that “These benefits would be minimal and short term as there is…

Facial Cupping at Home, What Is It and Does It Work?

Emily Rekstis of Self Magazine interviewed Dr. Michele Green about Facial Cupping. Whether for reducing wrinkles or a general facelift, there’s many claims about what it can do. “Facial cupping works by using suction to pull the facial muscles promoting circulation,” explains Dr. Green. And while it may be a temporary solution, nowadays people can…

Can a Sunburn leave a dent in ones forehead? Interview with Live Science

You may have heard some recent news about Cade Huckaby, a man in Texas learning the hard way about the importance of using sunscreen. Mr. Huckaby had developed a sunburn so severe that he even tweeted about making a dent in his forehead. Pain and redness of sunburns is common, but severe sunburns can also…

Glamour Magazine Discusses Lip Injections with Dr. Green

Perrie Samotin from Glamour magazine talks about her previous lip injections and what she wanted to achieve. From this Dr. Michele Green helped her decide on Juvederm, but also provided some advice on how to prep for lip filler and what to know about it. For instance, Dr. Green suggests refraining from aspirin, Motrin, Aleve,…

Dr. Green Featured in Bustle Interview about Skin Care Products

Maria Cassano from Bustle asks Dr. Green and various other Dermatologists about skin care products. Dr. Green mentions “Burt’s Bees Daily Face Moisturizer” – a “drugstore makeup brand that is wonderful for sensitive skin because it is formulated without parabens, sulfates, etc.” It’s made with 99 percent natural ingredients like rice extract and aloe, and…

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