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We are always delighted to host Dr. Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas, one of the most well-respected dermatologists in the country, at our San Francisco studio; each time, we learn volumes about the latest developments in skincare. During a recent visit, this self-admitted "chemical-phobe" shared her list of top cosmetic ingredients to avoid. Read on for her list of no-nos.

We were delighted to host Dr. Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas, one of the most well-respected dermatologists in the country, at our San Francisco studio for a conversation about all aspects of skincare. In this text interview, she shares her take on the process of changing skincare products: whether or not you should switch up your anti-aging treatments, and whether or not your skin needs to "get used to" new products.

We were delighted to host Dr. Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas, one of the most well-respected dermatologists in the country, for a conversation about all aspects of skincare. In this video interview, she shares key information about hyperpigmentation: the most common types, how to treat them, and ingredients to avoid (like hydroquinone).

We were delighted to host Dr. Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas, one of the most well-respected dermatologists in the country, for a conversation about all aspects of skincare. In this video interview, she shares her top acne tips, including key external causes, considerations when choosing anti-acne skincare products and prescription treatments, and how to prevent acne scars.

We've posted a number of tips from Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas, the New York-based dermatologist with a BA, MD, and PhD from Harvard. Why? Well, she's brilliant, and she has a unique scientific and clinical background that makes her a master at identifying and evaluating the effect of active molecules on aging skin. Recently, she pointed out to us that improper cleansing methods and products can cause unnecessary harm to skin: she often sees her patients over wash, over scrub, and over dry their faces in that single skincare step. Read on so that you don't make the same mistakes.

We were delighted to host Dr. Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas, one of the most well-respected dermatologists in the country, for a conversation about all aspects of skincare. In this video interview, she tells us about the three most effective classes of anti-aging ingredients to look for in your non-toxic skincare products.

We’re huge fans of Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas, the New York-based dermatologist with a BA, MD, and PhD from Harvard. We’ve already interviewed Dr. A about her top anti-aging secrets, where she mentions why she developed her 37 Extreme Actives anti-aging cream. Read on for the inside scoop on recommendations she gives to the patients who include it in their skincare regimen.

There’s been a lot of buzz about Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas, the New York-based dermatologist with a BA, MD, and PhD from Harvard. Obviously, she’s a smart cookie. She also has remarkably beautiful skin — she’s one of the first people we’ve come across who’s camera-ready with just a little eye makeup and lipstick. And, most importantly (for us), she has a unique scientific and clinical background that makes her a master at identifying and evaluating the effect of active molecules on aging skin. Read on for her top anti-aging tips.

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