Dr Anjali Mahto is a friendly, approachable Consultant Dermatologist who bridges the gap between traditional medical dermatology, beauty, and cosmetic medicine.
Dr Anjali’s specialist interests include acne and scarring, rosacea, moles and anti-ageing therapies including injectable (Botox and fillers) and laser treatments. She takes a comprehensive approach to her patients addressing lifestyle, well-being and skincare needs in creating unique treatment plans. With her skill and warmth you will be in safe hands.
Dr Anjali completed her higher specialist training in dermatology in a competitive London rotation gaining experience in some of the UK’s leading teaching hospitals including Imperial College Healthcare and the Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead. She has been actively involved in medical education and training and presented extensively in both national and international conferences. She was awarded a British Society of Paediatric Dermatology (BSPD) case prize during her training and has published original reports in scientific literature.
She is a member of the British Association of Dermatologists, Royal College of Physicians, Royal Society of Medicine and British Cosmetic Dermatology Group.
In her free time, she is a spokesperson for the British Skin Foundation, blogger for the Huffington Post, and expert dermatologist for Vichy UK. She has been widely quoted in a variety of publications including The The Guardian, The Independent, Grazia, The Times, The Telegraph, Marie Claire, and Harpers Bazaar to name a few.
Dr Anjali specialises in:
- Acne scarring
- Anti-ageing treatments
- Botulinum toxin
- Chemical peels
- Laser for thread veins, sun spots, and facial rejuvenation
- Acne scarring treatments
Dr Anjali has a strong relationship with the media. She has been featured on multiple news outlets including Sky news, BBC, and Channel 5. She is frequently quoted in the popular press including Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, Women’s Health, Good Housekeeping, Marie Claire, and newspapers such as the The Times, Telegraph and Daily Mail. She has her own blog on the Huffington Post and has previously been commissioned to write as a journalist for Raconteur about skincare.
Dr Anjali was awarded a British Society of Paediatric Dermatology (BSPD) case prize during her training.