Dr. Bobby BukaOwner, Bobby Buka MD

Dr. Bobby Buka, one of New York City’s leading Dermatologists, is the owner of Bobby Buka MD with offices across Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Long Island City. With a unique approach to dermatology treatment, Dr. Buka not only aims to diagnose and prescribe the most common skin issues–from acne to psoriasis–but places a unique emphasis on education and building a relationship with each of his patients.

Dr. Buka is affiliated with Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, and graduated from Northwestern University Medical School in 1999. He is a contributing Founder & Chief Science Officer of the First Aid Beauty (FAB) skin care line, and the author of “Buka’s Emergencies in Dermatology,” and the newly launched “Top 50 Dermatology Case Studies for Primary Care.” Dr. Bobby Buka has also lent his expertise to publications like Reader’s Digest, Bustle, and The List, among others.

October 24, 2017

Scaring While Caring: How to Keep Your Skin Healthy on Halloween

Far more frightening than anything you might see on Halloween is what might appear in your mirror the next morning, should you resort to using…

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September 7, 2017

Natural Disasters, Like Hurricanes, Can Lead to Skin Disasters

Here are a Few Tips to Protect Your Skin from Flood Water Natural disasters, like the recent hurricanes and the less-recent (but painfully memorable to…

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September 1, 2017

What the New York City Subways Do to Your Skin

When it comes to the New York subway system, everyone’s got a story, a complaint, a tear-their-hair-out frustration. Fortunately, when it comes to skin health,…

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August 17, 2017

Why We Love the Thriving Male Grooming Trend that Comes with the Beard Bonanza

Focusing on Follicles Means Men are Suddenly Skin-Aware In recent years, beards have moved from fad to fashion for men all over New York City,…

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August 1, 2017

3 Celebrity Skincare Habits Anyone Can Replicate

Not everyone can have a team of professionals to groom them before every public appearance, but who really wants that hassle, anyway? Keeping skin healthy…