"The Upper East Side dermatologist and Lancôme consultant reveals a few of her seasonal favorites. From Central Park to the Greek isles, NYC's go-to dermatologist keeps it pretty low maintenance with a easy-to-follow skincare regimen and classic clothes."
Dujour, April 2015 full article →
Dr. Macrene weighs in on a "handful of innovations that are changing the face of antiaging." Read what she has to say about the new strategies dermatologists are talking about.
Dr. Oz The Good Life, May 2015 full article →
"P.M. Routine: At night, she washes with lukewarm water and the 37 Extreme Actives Cleansing Treatment, which uses plant-derived and organic ingredients to expertly remove makeup. She follows up with the same cream and neck treatment as in her morning routine. When she can, she always tries for eight hours of uninterrupted shut-eye, which she considers “the best beauty balm.”
Refinery 29, April 2015 full article →
"Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas, a New York dermatologist who teaches at the Yale University School of Medicine, reviewed the ingredients lists of both products and agreed, writing in an email that they were 'quite similar.' 'A difference in price is not justified,' Dr. Alexiades-Armenakas wrote."
The New York Times, April 2015 full article →
"According to Macrene Alexiades, MD PhD, a dermatologist and associate clinical professor at Yale University School of Medicine, we're not the only ones who are confused. She noted that many patients, including some of her hush-hush celeb clientele, have a tendency to over exfoliate, despite best intentions. 'A common error for many is the routine daily use of exfoliants, which weakens the skin over time. You are better off getting medical-grade peels to control breakouts, unclog pores and boost collagen levels,' she said."
E!Style Collective, April 2015 full article →
"Meanwhile, New York-based dermatologist Dr. Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas will soon introduce a treatment called Profound. She calls it an “injectable laser,” which means that she sends the laser to a deeper part of the dermis using fine needles. “We deliver the energy directly where it needs to do its work to maximize wrinkle reduction and skin tightening,” she explained. Dr. Alexiades-Armenakas has steadfast views on when to start treatments—in your mid-30s, she said—and the realistic limits of their ability to turn back the clock. “I can make...a 45-year-old look like she’s in her 30s, but not her 20s,” she explained."
The Wall Street Journal, March 2015 full article →
"When it comes to the flawless factor of Kim's chest, Kelli Bartlett, Glamsquad's Director of Makeup Artistry, says giving your bod regular TLC in advance is key: "Any kind of daily skincare routine you have for your face, you should also be applying daily to your décolletage. Prep starts at night when you should cleanse, tone, and moisturize," she explains. "Cleanse with Dr. Macrene 37 Actives, tone with Biologique Recharce p50w using a cotton pad to gently press the solution into the skin. Follow with Dr Macrene 37 Actives Cream for Neck and Décolletage."
Elle.com, March 2015 full article →