Dr. Michele Brown

Dr. Michele Brown—Founder of Beauté de MamanSince the beginning of her Obstetrics and Gynecology practice in 1982, Dr. Michele Brown has delivered more than 3,000 babies in Fairfield County, Connecticut, making her uniquely qualified to recognize the problems of pregnant women. She has used this experience and her medical training to guide her in the development of Beauté de Maman’s unique health and beauty products.

Dr. Brown has a busy obstetrical practice in Stamford, Connecticut. As a clinical attending, she actively teaches residents from Stamford Hospital and medical students from Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York.

A magna cum laude graduate of Tufts University, she majored in biology and minored in chemistry. She completed her medical training at George Washington University Medical Center and completed her internship and residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Yale-New Haven Hospital.

Dr. Brown is a board-certified member of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, a member of the American Medical Association, the Fairfield County Medical Association, Yale Obstetrical and Gynecological Society and the Women’s Medical Association of Fairfield County.

Articles Published

Contemporary OB/GYN
January 2010
How To Avoid Getting Sued For A Missed Breast Cancer Diagnoses.
D.E. Ryan, III, JD and M. Brown, M.D.

Fertility Magazine;Vol 11
ESHRE 2009; Atlanta,Georgia
Several Articles
“Morning Sickness Overview”
Use of Ginger in the treatment of Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy
Lime in the treatment of nausea
Vitamin B6 for treatment of Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy
Vitamin D deficiency in Pregnancy
Brown MD

Fertility Magazine;Vol 10
ESHRE 2009; Amsterdam
Exercise and Preconception
Brown MD and CristelloK

Fertility Magazine;Vol 9
ASRM 2008, San Francisco
Nutritional Guidelines in Pregnancy
Brown MD

Fertility magazine; Vol 8
ESHRE 2008;Barcelona
The Basics of Breast-feeding
Brown MD

International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics.
1985 Mar; 11(3):583-90
Fallopian tube carcinoma

Brown MD, et al.

Her Story

Dr. Michele Brown—Founder of Beauté de MamanPregnancy is an exciting and rewarding time filled with awe and wonder. It’s also a time of significant physiological and hormonal changes to a woman’s body that are unique to this special moment in her life. These pregnancy-related changes that can leave a mother-to-be wondering how best to care for herself, and manage these changes while taking care not to use products that could cause problems for her developing baby.

Since the opening of her practice in 1982, Yale-trained Dr. Michele Brown, a practicing obstetrician, has been in the unique position to observe thousands of her own patients as they struggle to find safe remedies to help them cope with these pregnancy-related difficulties.

Not satisfied with the current offerings on the market for pregnancy skin care and pregnancy health care, she worked closely with an organic chemist and expert in the field of product development and technology for the cosmetic industry to develop a line of health and beauty products safe for use by women during pregnancy.

“My experience as a board-certified obstetrician allowed me access to information only available to medical professionals, so I was able to conduct extensive research on the ingredients in my products,” said Dr. Brown. Her large obstetrical practice allowed her to test them and to make improvements based on patients’ suggestions.

Current products available in this physician-developed health and beauty care line are: Stretch Mark Cream, Nipple Gel, Clear Complexion Face & Body Cream, Clear Complexion Pregnancy Facial Scrub, and Morning Sickness Supplement.

Beauté de Maman is continually increasing its line of safe products for pregnant and nursing women, so visit our website often.

We invite you to try our products so you can feel comfortable, healthy and happy during this special time in your life. You’ll be glad you did.


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