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  1. How a Few Injections Can Make Your Cellulite Disappear

    Over 90% of women will experience cellulite in their lifetimes. While it’s physically harmless, cellulite significantly impacts self-esteem and body image. Cellulite can affect simple aspects of your day, from  clothing choices, to your overall confidence. If you’re one of the millions of women struggling with cellulite, Qwo cellulite reduction injections may provide a solution…. Read More

  2. When Your Personal Care Products Are Doing More Harm than Good – Identifying Allergic Contact Dermatitis with Patch Testing:

    If you develop the pink, itchy, flaky, and sometimes painful skin characteristic of eczema and there is any concern you may be having an allergic reaction to a substance or product coming in contact with your skin, patch testing can be used to help identify the culprit. This is incredibly useful because identifying the cause… Read More

  3. Treating Different Kinds of Skin Conditions

    Your unique skin conditions and concerns reflect the life you’ve experienced, and you deserve treatments as unique as you are. At Marmur Medical, we combine the best aspects of medical, cosmetic, and surgical dermatology to treat all of your skin conditions. In our state-of-the-art NYC dermatology facilities, our expert team offers simple, straightforward solutions that will… Read More

  4. Good Light vs. Bad Light

    by Jennifer Schloth, PA at Marmur Medical Now that summer has officially arrived, we hope you are all outside enjoying the beautiful weather exercising and relaxing.  We are bike riding, swimming in the water, surfing, paddle boarding, kayaking, hiking, etc. We love the sun and it’s vitamin D boosting benefit, but ultimately too much UV… Read More

  5. My family has a history of melanoma . . . what does this mean for me?

    I come from a family where one side is plagued by heart attacks, and the other afflicted by cancer. At the moment, my chances of surviving over the age of 60 are looking pretty slim. Thankfully, I seem to have inherited the low blood pressure and cholesterol of my cancer-afflicted side of the family, so… Read More