I am a doctor with a fascination of skin, lasers and energy.
As a laser dermatology specialist, I have seen how energy brings skin back to life. Skin glows brighter when it is filled with energy and vitality. Energized skin is healthy and luminous.
After years of working with lasers, she wondered if we could use natural botanicals instead of lasers to energize skin.
I asked myself, “Can we use botanicals to energize skin to glow again, reverse the signs of aging, and help skin renew?”
I began my quest to find unique, energizing botanicals that bring skin back to life. Guided by the lessons of my grandmother, an Ayurvedic healer, I traveled the world to research the abundant revitalizing power of nature. The more I studied, the more I discovered that energizing botanicals could breathe new life into skin.
It became my mission to make skincare that energizes skin.
Every product I create delivers a burst of energizing botanicals and scientifically proven ingredients.
So your skin shines bright!
Procedural Dermatology Fellowship
Dr. Anjali Butani is a dermatologist and skin cancer surgeon in Orange County, California. She specializes in cosmetic and laser procedures.
She was raised in a small town outside New Orleans. Her mother (a pediatrician) and her father (a former engineer) raised Dr. Anjali with a love of nature and a desire to pursue scientific discovery.
Her grandmother was an expert in Ayurvedic botanical treatments and inspired Dr. Anjali’s passion for understanding natural elements and their benefits. It has driven her to find some of the world’s most precious energizing botanicals.
Dr. Anjali completed her medical education in the accelerated Bachelor of Science and Medical Degree Program through Pennsylvania State University and Thomas Jefferson University. She trained in dermatology at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She completed a fellowship in Procedural Dermatology at Northwestern University, with a focus on cosmetic procedures, laser treatments and Mohs micrographic skin cancer surgery.
She has practiced dermatology in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Diego and Orange County, California. She continues to see clients while constantly advancing research in skincare science.
Dr. Anjali’s research includes:
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Dermatology Medical Journal Articles:
The power of bodhi and persian rose awakens skin with a brighter complexion. Skin is left brighter and refreshed, with less brown spots and discoloration.
In my practice, I recommend using a cleanser with glycolic acid instead of physically exfoliating with harsh tools like loofahs. I tell patients to use their hands in a soft, circular massaging technique to exfoliate and stimulate circulation.
They’re rich in anthocyanin, an antioxidant that neutralizes the free radicals that lead to wrinkles, brown spots and dry skin
Medical Book Chapters
Butani, AK. Blepharoplasty. In: Evidence-Based Procedural Dermatology, Murad Alam, ed. Springer Publishing, New York, 2012.
Witherspoon J, Schlosser B, West D, Butani AK, Mirowshi G, Skin Cancer (Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer). In: The ACP Handbook of Women’s Health, Rose Fife, ed. ACP Press, 58-67, 2009.
Recent Advances in Laser Dermatology: Butani AK, Dudelzak J, Goldberg DJ; Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy: 2-10; March 2009.
Actinic Keratosis; an Occupational Disorder: Schwartz RA, Bridges TM, Butani AK, Ehrlich A; Journal of European Academic Dermatology and Venereology 22(5): 606-15, May 2008.
Premalignant and Early Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Butani AK, Schwartz RA, Arbesfeld DM; Clinics of Plastic Surgery 32: 223-235; April 2005.
Utility of relaxing music and guided imagery in reducing intraoperative pain and anxiety during Mohs surgery: Alam M, Wang J, Kim N, Butani AK; Society for Investigative Dermatology, May 2010.
Medical and Surgical Management of Primary Cutaneous Mucinous Carcinoma; Structured Review of Case Series Data: Butani AK, Wickless S, Alam M; American College of Mohs Surgery Annual Meeting, May 2008.