"It happens to everyone: You doze off at the beach or spend too much time in the water; unbeknownst to you, that SPF 5,000 sunblock you applied in the morning has lost its nerve. You're baked, burnt and dreading bedtime, when even lying down can be torturous. Anticipating your next summer sizzle, Van Winkle's asked two dermatologists for their advice on treating a nasty sunburn."

Van Winkle's, July 2015 full article →

"Sun protection and snacks aren’t two words you generally associate with one another. The first step in preventing burns or just blocking harmful rays from doing damage is obviously slathering on the SPF (there’s no denying the importance of this product), but what if your diet could help in the protection against that big ole thing blazing in the sky? According to Dr. Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas and various research certain foods when ingested and extracts applied topically could potentially provide you with nutrients and antioxidants that help defend against UV rays."

StyleCaster, June 2015 full article →

"5 Questions for top dermatologist Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas. Lancomes consulting derm has the answers to your most pressing skin issues."

 

Shape Magazine, July 2015 full article →


“Rose water, rose water, rose water... cotton pads, Dr. Macrene's 37 Extreme Actives Miracles face cream, a pocket mirror, a small pot of coconut oil, some face oil I made myself, Evian water spray, Dr. Alkatis soothing gel, organic SPF 30 face cream, Neals Yard body balm, deodorant and organic wet wipes.”
 

The Coveteur, June 2015 full article →

"First off, know that because the coffee beans are roasted, the antioxidant benefits are much less, according to Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas, MD, PhD, FAAD and founder of 37 Actives. Plus, she says the abrasive nature of coffee grounds is not something many people's faces will tolerate or benefit from; coffee grounds are too harsh, and cause micro-cuts in the skin. These micro-tears present as irritation, and can even harbor breakout-inducing bacteria."


TotalBeauty.com, May 2015 full article →

"Before opening what is now a thriving dermatology practice in New York City, Alexiades-Armenakas spent 15 years in the lab, researching a wide range of subjects from plant, insect and mammalian molecular biology to bioengineering. Since opening her Park Avenue office, she’s continued her research while also treating patients, serving as an assistant clinical professor at the Yale University School of Medicine and acting as an attending physician at Manhattan and New Haven hospitals. She’s even developed her own skincare line, 37 Actives"

Living Healthy, May 2015 full article →

Dr. Macrene is called in as an expert for Redbook's article on "How To Tell If A Product Is Truly Natural"

Redbook, May 2015 full article →

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