Bustle – How To Get Rid Of Chest Acne, According To A Dermatologist

“I reached out to New York City-based dermatologist Dr. Robyn Gmyrek to understand what causes chest acne in the first place, and how to get rid of chest acne should you want to treat these breakouts. According to Dr. Gmyrek, chest acne is basically the same thing as facial acne. ‘When a pore gets clogged by dead skin cells at the opening, sebum gets trapped inside.'”

Kev’s Best – 5 Best Dermatologists in New York

“Dr. Anne Chapas is a Manhattan-based dermatologist and dermatologic surgeon who specializes in laser surgery, Mohs micrographic surgery for the treatment of skin cancers, and cosmetic procedures. She is internationally acclaimed for her laser and cosmetic treatments, and she strives to apply the latest scientific research to deliver the best possible care and results for each patient.”

GirlUp Q&A with Dr. Anne Chapas

As National Dermatological Advisor to skincare brand Noble Panacea, Dr. Anne Chapas has had the pleasure of working with their charitable partner Girl Up. Girl Up is a global leadership development initiative, positioning girls to be leaders in the movement for gender equality. With resources in six languages and 3,300 Girl Up Clubs in more than 100 countries, they have trained 58,000 girls of all backgrounds to create tangible change for girls everywhere. Girl Up provides leadership training and gives girls tools to become gender equality advocates and activists.

The young women of GirlUp sent in questions for Dr. Chapas – listen to her responses below!


Noble Panacea was founded on the ambitious research of Sir Fraser Stoddart who was awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his lifework researching molecular motion and has since overseen the development of Noble Panacea. The result is two first-to-market ranges of skincare products – The Absolute & The Brilliant – that deliver unparalleled efficacy through Organic Molecular Vessel™ (OMV) Technology. Noble Panacea is proud to partner with Girl Up. Through their programs, girls broaden their social impact skill set, benefit from a platform to tell their stories, and apply STEM for social good. Their girl leaders create real policy change at local and national levels, help raise millions of dollars to support United Nations programs that reach tens of thousands of girls around the world and build community-based movements. Girl Up was founded by the United Nations Foundation in 2010 and continues to work across a global community of partners to achieve gender equality worldwide.