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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.

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…

Dr Green Recommends Skin Care Products on Self.com

Jessica Cruel of Self.com interviewed various top RealSelf dermatologists in early May, both for a list of “Dermatologists’ Favorite Drugstore Products for Sensitive Skin” and “25 Antiaging Skin-Care Products Dermatologists Actually Use Themselves.” The lists focus on cleansers and moisturizers that are low on irritating ingredients (like parabens, sulfates, and fragrance). But in addition to…

Dr. Green Looks at the Most Common Skin Care Myths

Dr. Michele Green looks at some of the most common Skin Care myths, many of which have been discussed in articles across the web and in print media. Here are some of the most common ones I hear. Acne will go away with age: False There are many different causes for acne and although hormones…

How to Prevent Oily Skin – Dr. Green Featured in Self Magazine

Dr. Michele Green is featured in Self Magazine’s article on “3 Easy Steps For Getting Oily Skin Under Control” this March. Here she offers advice on how to keep skin from going dry by over-stripping it – “Using anything that’s too stripping just makes [skin] really irritated and dry,” explains dermatologist Michele Green, M.D. “You’re…

Featured in Bustle – Skin Care Products Recommended by Dermatologists

Dr. Michele Green recommends La Roche Posay sunscreen in the article. “It protects your skin from the sun,” Green says, “which is the best single investment you can make.” It’s also really lightweight and absorbs easily into skin while leaving a tinted healthy glow that can replace your makeup. Best of all, it’s made 100…

Dr. Green Discusses The Baby Foot Peel Craze

Dr. Michele Green discusses “Baby Foot” with Good Housekeeping. Its the latest trend in foot care and foot callus treatment, but is it legit? And first of all, what is even in it? For example: Baby Foot’s site says it contains “17 types of natural extracts,” but “they do not list the ingredients on their…

How To Deal With Armpit Chafing

View Bustle’s interview with various dermatologists about Armpit chafing, which “is caused by a combination of friction, dry skin and sweat,” says Board Certified Dermatologist and RealSelf.com advisor Michele Green. “Yeast and bacteria tend to colonize the armpits as a byproduct of perspiration.” Read this and other tips on armpit chafing at: https://www.bustle.com/articles/104734-how-to-deal-with-armpit-chafing-thats-gotten-beyond-the-point-of-annoyance

Dermatologists Review Various DIY Face Mask Methods

Find out What Dermatologists Said About Those DIY Pinterest Face Masks, as Buzzfeed asks expert dermatologists in the New York area such as Dr. Michele Green about which homemade face mask treatments might work and which ones are cosmetic myths. For instance, on Pinterest, there are a full range of DIY face masks that you…

Why The Corners of Your Mouth Get Dry And Chapped

Ever wonder why this happens? Well, BuzzFeed Life checked in with Dr. Michelle Green, to find out. It’s totally normal, especially during winter, for the corners of your mouth to get irritated and inflamed — also known as “angular cheilitis” or “perleche.” In fact “It’s pretty common and affects people of all ages”, says Green….

Lemon Juice Will Not Lighten Armpits

Dr. Green appears in the Huffington Post article of “No, Lemon Juice Will Not Lighten Your Armpits. Here’s The Deal” and dispels the beauty myth of Lemon Juice on armpits supposedly making them lighter. Its a folk remedy that can in fact make your skin worse instead. Our New York City-based dermatologist Michele Green notes…

Carol Hamilton’s Favorite NYC Dermatologist

“WWDTuesday has the latest Carol Hamilton Favorites – and guess what! Dr. Michele S. Green is her favorite Manhattan dermatologist. For anyone who doesn’t know already Carol Hamilton is the powerhouse president of L’Oréal Luxe USA and one of the beauty industry’s most respected executives. Since joining the French cosmetics giant, she has built its…

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