• New Physician Announcement: Welcome Dr. Eloise Galligan

    We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Eloise Galligan to the Market Street Dermatology family!

    Born and raised in St. Paul, MN, Dr. Galligan received her undergraduate degrees in psychology and music from Vanderbilt University. She earned her medical degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York, and it is there that she completed her dermatology residency, receiving the honor of chief resident in her final year. Dr. Galligan brings expertise in medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology, with exceptional training under world-class mentors. We are fortunate to have Dr. Galligan back in the Twin Cities and joining our team. Dr. Galligan will begin seeing patients in September. Please call 612-746-4144 to schedule.


  • Road Construction

    As of Monday May 8th, Glenwood Ave is closed between Aldrich Ave and Lyndale Ave.  Please see the map below for reference of road closure.  The International Market Square building parking lot remains accessible. We apologize for any inconvenience and ask that you plan accordingly.


  • Skin Cancer Awareness Month

    Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the U.S.

    1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime

    Everyone can benefit from using sunscreen

    • Sunscreen can help protect your skin from harmful UV rays
    • Sunscreen can prevent premature skin aging
    • Sunscreen can help with melasma and many other sun sensitive skin disorders
  • Online Scheduling

    Convenient online scheduling is now available for the following services:

    Laser Genesis

    Laser Hair Removal

    DiamondGlow® Facial


    Easily schedule your appointment via our website at https://marketstreetdermatology.com/request-appointment/ 

  • Anniversary Sale


  • Skin Cancer Awareness Month

    Do you use protection?
    • Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States.
    • Estimates are that 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime.
    • Sadly, nearly 20 Americans die from melanoma every day.
    • UV exposure is the most preventable risk factor for all skin cancers.
    • Dress to protect yourself from the sun by wearing long sleeves, pants, wide-brimmed hats, and sunglasses with UV protection.
    • Seek shade. Especially from 10am to 2pm when sun’s rays are the strongest.
    • Apply a broad-spectrum water-resistant sunscreen with a SPF of 30 or higher to all skin not covered by clothing. Reapply every two hours or after swimming or sweating.
  • Holiday Hours

    Happy Holidays from Market Street Dermatology! We wish everyone a healthy and joyous season. Our office hours will be slightly modified during this time. Market Street Dermatology will close at 12:30pm on Wednesday, December 23rd, and reopen Monday, December 28th at 8:00am. The week of New Year’s we will close at 12:30pm on Wednesday, December 30th, and reopen Monday, January 4th at 8:00am. As always, our emergency line is 612-568-8331.

  • Anniversary Sale

    We are proud to celebrate Market Street Dermatology’s 7 year anniversary! Thank you to all that have helped us along the way. We appreciate our patients for sticking with us through these challenging times. For the month of November, we would like to offer a 20% discount on retail products. (some exclusions apply, while supplies last) – MSD Team

  • Office Update

    With extra caution and measures, Market Street Dermatology is now back to scheduling all medical and cosmetic appointments. Because we are carefully scheduling these appointments, our physicians may be booking out further than usual. Please be patient with out team. If you are on a monthly visit plan, prebooking your appointments is recommended as time slots are limited. We are excited to see everyone back in our office and to continue keeping your skin healthy and happy.

  • Office Update

    As many of you are aware, Governor Walz has issued guidance permitting broader access to routine health care.  While we have been able to manage certain concerns via video visits, we know many have postponed follow-up care including preventative skin checks.

    We have now opened our schedules to “in-office” routine medical visits that are difficult to transition to a virtual experience, such as skin checks and evaluation of concerning rashes or spots.

    Our schedules, while open, will be limited in order to maintain safe distancing for our patients and maximize social distancing in our waiting room.  When possible, we will encourage telemedicine for conditions that are amenable.  Our Video Visits require no sign-in passwords or downloading of apps, which patients have found to simple and convenient.

    We ask for your continued patience and understanding as we adjust to re-opening our practice.  For several weeks, we have worked diligently to make sure we are providing an environment that is exceedingly safe for our patients and staff.

    We will be asking patients who come into the office to help us in our efforts by:

    • Rescheduling your appointment if you feel sick or have had recent exposure to a known individual with Covid-19.
    • Wearing a mask that covers your nose and mouth when you enter our waiting room and leaving it in place while in the public areas of our office.
    • Having guests/drivers remain in the car while you are at your visit, unless you are a minor.
    • Respecting social distancing while checking in and out of the reception desk.
    • Using the provided hand sanitizer when you enter and exit our office.

    At this time, we are not scheduling cosmetic appointments, but we soon expect to have more information and guidance form our national and state societies.  Please sign up on our website or click the link below to be notified of when we are scheduling cosmetic visits.

    We miss seeing you, but that does not diminish our passion and diligence to take exceptional care of you whether it is in the office or virtually.  Please call us with any questions or concerns.

    In good health

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  • Covid 19 Update

    We are in the office for reduced hours, but only seeing patients in person for emergencies and time-sensitive conditions.  We are taking extra measures of protection for our staff and our patients and as we remain available to the medical community.

    While we miss seeing our patients in person, we are pleased to report that our virtual video visits have been working well.   Virtual visits are available for both established and new patients.  Although we are still unable to do skin cancer screenings virtually, video visits can be helpful for acne, psoariasis, eczema, melasma, rashes and other chronic skin conditions.  We are also able to evaluate lesions concerning for skin cancer, and determine whether or not an-in person visit is warranted.

    Please call our office at 612-746-4144 to schedule a virtual appointment.

    We have been asked about skin treatments that can be done at home while social distancing.  We recommend trying SkinBetter AlphaRet peel pads which can be used monthly, weekly, or even up to three times a week to help brighten your skin.  We have been using them ourselves, and depending on the sensitivity of your skin, the “downtime” ranges from mild pinkness and fine peeling to mild tingling after application.

    We are happily sending two free AlphaRet peel pads along with any product order.   Also know, we now offer free shipping for product orders over $100.

    As always, our physicians are available to answer any questions or concerns you may have about at-home skin care treatments.  Please call our office for details.

    We support our healthcare colleagues and we look forward to seeing you all again!

  • COVID-19 Update

    In an effort to support public health efforts, we will be limiting our in-office visits to patients with urgent skin issues.  This includes:

    • Treatment of skin cancers
    • Monitoring of medications requiring labwork
    • Painful or worsening lesions, cysts or rashes
    • Lesions that are concerning for skin cancer

    For non-urgent dermatological concerns, we are now offering Virtual Video Visits with our physicians.

    If you would like to schedule a Virtual Visit, please either contact our office by phone at 612-746-4144 or you may submit a request via email at info@marketstreetdermatology.com

    We wish you and your family good health and calm hearts.  Below are some answers to common questions we have had this week:

    What type of appointments can be scheduled with a with a Virtual Visit?  Acne, medication refills, treatment of chronic skin conditions, and some rashes can be well treated using this modality.  Unfortunately, Virtual Visits do not work well for routine skin checks.

    How does a Virtual Video Visit work?  We have tried to use the simplest platform available.  At the time of scheduling, you will be sent an email with instructions and a link to the visit.  When it is time for your visit, simply click the link.  This will securely connect you to a virtual “waiting room” and one of our staff will establish the visit.  All you need is a cell phone, iPad, tablet or computer with video capability.  There are no apps or websites necessary to download.

    Are Virtual Visits Covered by Insurance? If you have Medicare and are an established patient, your visit will be covered.  Private insurers have been less forthcoming with their coverage and criteria and we cannot guarantee that the visit will be covered.  In this situation, you would be responsible for the visit which we estimate to be between $75-$135.

    When should I be concerned about a changing lesion?  In general, most skin cancers take several weeks to months to increase in size.  Concerning features are persistent itching, bleeding with routine activities, or a new or changing pigmented spot.

    In accordance with CDC guidelines, all cosmetic visits at our office have been canceled until further notice.  We will update our website when these appointments are available to schedule or you can request that we reach out directly to you  when the time comes.

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  • Updated Office Hours Due to COVID-19

    We are continuing to screen patients for COVID-19 symptoms and exposures.  If you have an upcoming appointment, call our office to reschedule your visit if you have any of the following symptoms:

    • Fever, cough, or other cold symptoms
    • Suspected exposure to someone diagnosed with COVID-19

    In addition, please take precautions if you are over the age of 60 or have other serious chronic medical conditions such as chronic respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, severe hypertension, liver disease, kidney disease, diabetes, internal malignancies, immune suppression or use tobacco. We will be happy to reschedule your appointment to a safer time.

    Starting on March 23, our office hours until May 15th will be the following:

    Monday: 9:00am – 3:00pm

    Tuesday: 9:00am – 3:00pm

    Wednesday: 8:30 – 3:30pm

    Thursday: 8:30 – 3:30pm

    Friday: CLOSED


    If you have an upcoming appointment, we may be calling you to reschedule.

    We thank you for your understanding in these uncertain times and wish you continued health.


    Market Street Dermatology

  • COVID-19 Update





    We are working to protect the health of both our patients and our employees.  To this end, we are in the process of planning virtual visits for patients who should not or can not visit in person.

    Additionally, please call the office to reschedule if you have any of the following:

    • Airplane or Cruise Travel in the past 14 days
    • Cold or flu-like symptoms (including, fever greater than 100.4, cough, difficulty breathing, body aches, and fatigue) in the past two weeks
    • Recent contact with somebody who has been diagnosed or suspected of having COVID-19


    Thank you for your understanding and patience!

  • November Anniversary Sale








    We are thankful for you! Market Street Dermatology wants to acknowledge our wonderful patients by offering 20% off retail products for the entire month of November! Some exclusions may apply, only while supplies last.

  • Online Scheduling

    Online scheduling will temporarily be unavailable starting November 1st due to system updates. Please call our office to schedule all appointments at 612-746-4144. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and will have this feature accessible as soon as possible.

  • Parking Announcement

    As of today, Tuesday August 20th, the main parking lot at International Market Square is closed for construction. There is a reserved lot on the south of the building which can be accessed from 2nd Ave. Additionally, there is a ramp on the north side of the building with accessible parking, and street parking available. We apologize for any inconvenience and ask you to plan accordingly. We look forward to a new and improved lot to be reopened on August 26th!

  • 2019 Mpls. St. Paul Top Doctors List

    Congratulations to Dr. Lynda Kauls and Dr. Elyse Scheuer who were selected for the 2019 Mpls. St.Paul Magazine Top Doctor List. We at Market Street Dermatology take pride in working for such kind-hearted and determined physicians. Cheers to their accomplishment!

  • IMS Lobby Closed For Remodeling

    Beginning May 28, 2019 the International Market Square lobby will be preparing for a remodel. Please know that the lobby (Market Street) entrance will be closed. Entrance into the building can be accessed through the doors located on Glenwood Avenue, on the South side of the building. An ADA accessible ramp is located on the North side of the building. The anticipated completion date is mid July. Please contact our office for any questions or concerns.

  • Melanoma Monday 2019

    Skin cancer affects one out of every five Americans. If skin cancer is detected and treated early, it is the easiest cancer to cure! Once again, our board-certified dermatologists at Market Street Dermatology, will be conducting free skin-cancer screenings at our office on Monday, May 6th (Melanoma Monday). Our dermatologists can evaluate all of your moles, or can evaluate single spots of concern to you.

    These screenings are ideal for patients who have spots or concerning moles that have not been evaluated professionally and for patients with no insurance or high-deductible health insurance plans that may be reluctant to seek medical attention.

    Please be aware that this is a screening only. Spots may be identified that need further attention, but no treatment can be preformed at the time of your visit. We will provide you with a list of board-certified dermatologists in the area for a follow up if needed.

    This visit is only meant for skin cancer detection. We cannot evaluate acne, hair loss or any other skin rashes at your appointment.

    Please call our office for any questions or to schedule an appointment at an ideal time for you. 612-746-4144. Walk-ins are welcome too!

  • Spring is finally here!

    We are excited to announce  that for the month of April, Market Street Dermatology will be offering a special on all of our soft tissue fillers, two for the price of one! Fillers are used to restore volume to the skin and correct the appearance of wrinkles. Our physicians will consult with you to decide the precise location and amount of filler needed. Appointments are limited, so please call our office at 612-746-4144 to schedule.

  • 2018 Melanoma Monday

    Be kind to your skin: It’s Melanoma Monday!  To help raise awareness, Market Street is offering free skin checks today.  Walk-ins are welcome.

    “Melanoma Monday,” is a day devoted to skin cancer awareness. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States, and melanoma is the deadliest. It can affect anyone.  Though most often diagnosed in men over the age of 50, it’s the leading cause of cancer death in young women aged 25–30.

    The most common locations for melanoma include the back, shoulders, and the lower extremities—some places can be hard to see on your own.

    The good news is that melanoma can be highly curable if caught in early.  Skin exams performed by a board-certified dermatologist are the easiest way to catch skin cancer early.

    Please remember these important tips to reduce your risks for skin cancer:

    • Make wearing  sunscreen a daily habit.
    • Protect your body with sun-protective clothing, hats, and sunglasses.
    • Stay out of tanning beds.  Indoor tanning can increase the risk of developing  melanoma by as much as 75%.
    • Protect children. Just one blistering sunburn in childhood,  doubles one’s chances of developing melanoma later in life.
  • Spring and Summer 2018 Road Closures

    Spring and Summer 2018 will have multiple road closures near our office due to road construction. Please allocate extra travel time in your commute when scheduling appointments.

  • Fourth Anniversary November Specials

    Time flies when you’re having fun.  We can hardly believe it’s our 4th anniversary.  To celebrate, we will offer 20% off retail products throughout the month of November.


  • 2017 Miles for Melanoma Twin Cities 5K Run/Walk

    The Melanoma Research Foundation invites you to come out to Lake Phalen on Saturday, August 12th, for the Miles for Melanoma Twin Cities 5K run/walk in support to find a cure.  If you are unable to attend you are able to participate/donate virtually.  Click here for more information.

  • Summer 2017 Road Closures

    Summer 2017 will have multiple road closures near our office due to road construction. Please allocate extra travel time in your commute when scheduling appointments.

  • Don’t Fry Day

    Market Street Dermatology wishes everyone a happy weekend!  The National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention has declared the Friday before Memorial Day as “Don’t Fry Day”.  Enjoy the outdoors, but don’t forget to protect your skin.

  • 2017 Melanoma Monday

    Be kind to your skin: It’s Melanoma Monday!

    Monday May 1st is “Melanoma Monday,” a day devoted to melanoma awareness. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the US, and melanoma is the deadliest form. It can affect anyone, including young children. Though most often diagnosed in men over the age of 50, it’s the leading cause of cancer death in young women aged 25–30.

    It’s common to find melanoma on the back, shoulders, and the back of legs- all places that can be hard to see yourself. The good news is that melanoma can be highly curable if caught in early stages, so if you’re concerned, be sure to make an appointment sooner rather than later.

    To help raise awareness, Market Street is offering free melanoma checks Monday, May 1st. Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are recommended to ensure you’re seen promptly.

    If you’re planning on enjoying the summer sun, please remember these important tips to reduce your risk of melanoma:

    • Make sunscreen a daily habit.
    • Protect your body with sun-protective clothing, hat, and sunglasses.
    • Avoid peak rays. Seek shade during the mid-day sun.
    • Stay out of tanning beds.  Indoor tanning can increase risk of melanoma up to 75%.
    • Protect children. Just one bad sunburn in childhood doubles a child’s chances of developing melanoma later in life.
  • Featured Product: Epionce Daily Shield Lotion

    Epionce Daily Shield Lotion will be featured the month of April at Market Street Dermatology for 20% off.  This tinted, UV protected lotion is formulated with rich antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties including zinc oxide, sunflower, and saffron oil.  With its sheer, natural looking coverage, this product will have your skin looking and feeling radiantly healthy.

  • Winter Specials

    Dry, cracked, or peeling lips? Skin Ceuticals Antioxidant Lip Repair can help.  This treatment helps retain water to replenish lip tissue, leaving them hydrated and smooth.  Market Street Dermatology will be offering 20% off now until Valentines day.

    Winter air can be very dry and without proper moisture, your skin can become itchy, flaky or crack. The American Academy of Dermatology has some suggestions to help. If you do not find relief from this list, contact your dermatologist for further evaluation.

  • Tips to Prevent Frostbite

    The first day of winter is officially here!  With the extreme cold temperatures to come, it is important to protect your skin and stay warm. Here are some helpful tips to prevent frostbite.

  • 2016 Miles for Melanoma Twin Cities 5K Run/Walk

    Market Street Dermatology is proud to be an annual sponsor for the Miles for Melanoma 5k walk/run! If you are interested in raising funds for Melanoma research and education, we encourage you to participate or donate to this event to be held on August 13th at Lake Phalen. Click here for registration details and more information.

  • 2016 Mpls.St.Paul Magazine Top Doctors and Minnesota Monthly Best Doctors

    Market Street Dermatology is pleased to announce that both of our physicians, Dr. Elyse Scheuer and Dr. Lynda Kauls were selected as Top Doctors in Mpls.St.Paul Magazine and Minnesota Monthly for 2016.  We are grateful for the recognition from our peers and patients, and will continue to strive for excellence in dermatologic care.

  • 2015 Minnesota Monthly Best Doctors

    Minnesota Monthly just released their list of best doctors in Minneapolis.  We are proud to be included on this list along with many wonderful colleagues throughout the metro area. Click to see the full list.

  • Ultherapy® Ultrasound Technology

    Ultherapy® uses ultrasound technology to precisely tighten skin of the face, neck, and chest.  It is an award winning treatment with no downtime and natural results, you can learn more at ultratherapy.com.

    We are thrilled to introduce this tool to our cosmetic practice and will be offering a limited 15% off treatments scheduled in October.  If you are concerned about skin laxity, call for a complimentary consultation to see if Ultherapy® would be the right choice for you—612.746.4144