• Anjali MD Skincare Introduces Scientific Breakthrough in Revolutionary Non-Surgical “Laser Eye Lift"

    Immediately reduce bags and puffiness under the eyes with a breakthrough scientific innovation ANJALI MD Laser Eye Lift ™

    ORANGE, CA, October 25, 2016 – Anjali MD Skincare announced its latest brilliant skincare innovation powered by rare ingredients: “Laser Eye Lift,” a breakthrough in the non-surgical reduction of puffiness, bags and wrinkles under the eyes. Eyes immediately look younger, less tired, more refreshed and rejuvenated.

    “I’ve worked with lasers and light energy for years and I’m thrilled to give clients another option and introduce a product that gives laser-fast results without laser surgery,” said Anjali MD Skincare Founder and Developer Anjali Butani, M.D. “I’m very proud of the results we’re getting with Laser Eye Lift, which can take years off the eyes in minutes.”

    After applying Laser Eye Lift, Anjali MD Skincare clients report looking more refreshed, more alert and more youthful within minutes. In two weeks, studies demonstrate reduced wrinkles, less puffiness and reduced bags under eyes.

    “Beauty goes beyond the physical. It has the power to transform lives,” said Dr. Butani, whose skill and expertise have earned her the trust of high profile clients and physicians (and the nickname “the Doctor to the Doctors.”) “This is my passion. To bring confidence and empowerment through beauty,” says Butani, “At Anjali MD Skincare, we bring the best of modern science together with the best of botanicals and create brilliant skincare innovations, powered by rare ingredients.”

    Anjali MD Laser Eye Lift is a breakthrough scientific innovation which immediately reduces bags and puffiness under the eyes. This revolutionary formula combines neurotransmitters, energized minerals and hyaluronic acid to tighten puffy skin and relax wrinkles. A warming sensation signals the lifting and tightening of fatigued skin under the eyes. Collagen and the molecular matrix rebuild for long-term visible results. Within minutes, eyes appear refreshed, rested and younger.

    The sleek design of the Laser Eye Lift precision applicator echoes Anjali MD Skincare’s careful attention to detail. With one pump and one sweep, eyes look awake, alert and refreshed.

    About Anjali MD Skincare

    Anjali MD Skincare was founded by dermatologist, cosmetic surgeon, facial rejuvenation expert, laser specialist, skincare formulator, and educator Anjali Butani, M.D. to create brilliant skincare innovations powered by rare ingredients. Anjali MD Skincare combines rare botanicals and beauty secrets from around the world with the best of modern science to unlock their full potential. Anjali MD helps clients achieve flawless skin and reignite the radiant glow of youth. Headquartered in Orange, CA, Anjali MD offers a full line of skincare products at Anjalimd.com, including Laser Eye Lift, Rapid Brightening Serum, and A+ Plus Clear Adult Clarifying Cleanser.

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  • Dr. ANJALI BUTANI Featured in WE ARE SWEET

    FYI: You're Showering All Wrong

    And other things you should probably reconsider.

    Wrong No. 1: You Clean Your Entire Body

    Believe it or not, you don't need to give every spot on your body the squeaky-clean treatment. "Do not wash all over, vigorously, every day," says Dr. Kally Papantoniou, a dermatologist for Advanced Dermatology PC in New York City. "By washing and lathering all over, including areas that aren't necessarily 'unclean' [e.g., your pubic area], you are drying skin that cannot be hydrated by moisturizing alone."

    Wrong No. 2: You Wash All of Your Hair Every Day

    Clean hair isn't really about how often you wash, but about whether you're washing correctly. "I always tell patients to make sure they lather the shampoo in their hands before they put it onto their head," says Dr. Anjali Butani, celebrity dermatologist and founder of Anjali MD Skin Care. "Then work your fingers deep into the scalp, because it's not really about cleaning the hair as much as it is about cleaning the oils and dirt off of the scalp." Focus on the roots, people!

    Wrong No. 3: You Refuse to Take Cold Showers

    We get it—cold showers are unpleasant, especially in fall and winter. However, Dr. Carl Thornfeldt, dermatologist and founder of Epionce Skin Care, says that cool water is quite beneficial. "A cold shower is good for the skin because it helps improve firmness and closes pores, which reduces the ingress of pollution into the skin," he says. "I recommend taking a warm shower, then finish off with a cold blast of water for the last few minutes."

    Wrong No. 4: You Loiter

    It's easy to slip into daydreams during a shower, but make sure you're limiting the amount of time you're in there. "Five minutes should be enough time to accomplish what you need to do in the shower," says Dr. Papantoniou. "The longer you stay in the shower, the more dried out your skin can become." She also recommends only bathing once a day. That is, don't shower after your workout in the morning, and then again at night because you feel like you need to de-stress.

    Wrong No. 5: You Use a Loofah

     

    This isn't the first time we've heard a couple of derms speak out against the use of sponges and loofahs, but here's another reminder. "Avoid harsh tools like any brushes or loofahs, as they can be breeding grounds for bacteria," Dr. Butani says. "If you're prone to dry skin or eczema, these cleansing aids can strip the skin of the necessary barrier structure and oils that it needs to stay healthy," Dr. Papantoniou adds.

     

    Wrong No. 6: You Use Cheap Soap

    There's nothing worse then realizing the products you're using are the reason your skin is feeling rough and uncomfortably tight. Even when you stock up on moisturizers, it's important to know that good skin care starts in the shower. "Bar soaps tend to be more drying than shower gels," says Dr. Craig Kraffert, dermatologist and president of Amarte Skin Care. If you absolutely want to use bar soap, Dr. Kraffert suggests bars with emollient glycerin, natural oils, and low pH levels. Gels can be beneficial to those with fussier complexions. "If you have delicate, dry, sensitive, or eczema-prone skin, shower gel may be better: it is usually more pH-balanced and moisturizing than bar soap since it can be enriched with ultra-calming and soothing ingredients," Dr. Kraffert says.

    Wrong No. 7: Your Water's Too Hot

    Don't turn that knob all the way up! Steaming hot showers can worsen dry skin and lead to eczema. "Warm showers are better for the skin, because the temperature will help open up your pores, increase circulation, and clean the skin more effectively," Dr. Butani says.

    Wrong No. 8: You Exfoliate Too Harshly

    We do love a nicely scented body scrub, but it isn't always the best way to removing parched, flaky skin. "People love to exfoliate, which is really good if you have dry or rough skin, but it has to be done correctly," Dr. Butani says. "Exfoliate with a glycolic acid-based cleanser, instead of a beaded or salt scrub." She suggests doing this about three to five times a week.

    Clarifying Cleanser, $29, ANJALIMD.com

    Wrong No. 9: You Neglect Post-Shower Care

    "After a shower, pat the skin dry with a towel, rather than rubbing, and moisturize within the first three to five minutes," says Dr. Butani, adding, "This is your opportunity to lock hydration into the skin. Even after doing it for a week, you will see a difference."

    Also, when the temperatures drop, switch to coconut oil. "In the winter, coconut oil-based products help skin retain moisture," says Michele Saunders, an esthetician from Suede Salon and Spa in Marlton, New Jersey. Other natural products that are great this time of year are shea butter, jojoba, argan, and olive oils.

     

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  • Anjali Butani of ANJALI MD Skincare Featured in SELF Magazine

    Sorry, But Your Loofah Is Probably A Cesspool Of Bacteria

    ANJALI MD featured in  - SELF Magazine By Claire Hannum It's nothing to freak out over, but it IS kinda gross. Over the past week, the internet has descended into what appears to be a major freak-out over some unpleasant scientific findings: As it turns out, most shower loofahs are pretty gross. Those cute little scrubbers can be a prime location for hosting and transmitting bacteria. They also have a tendency to collect dead skin cells, so each time you use yours, you may be spreading dirt you removed from your body during yesterday's shower right back onto yourself. (Gag.) Neither of these are particularly dangerous, but they are kind of, well, gross. "Ick" factor aside, it's worth noting that the findings everyone is concerned over are from a study that took place back in 1994. Many dermatologists have been advising against their patients using loofahs for decades. So, while the internet's current concern may be a tad excessive, it does have a bit of truth to it. "Loofahs are very unhealthy for the skin," Anjali Butani, M.D., cosmetic dermatologist and founder of ANJALI MD Skincare tells SELF. "They fill with dead skin cells and bacteria after just a few uses." The warm, wet environment inside your shower is a major culprit in maintaining a loofah's nastiness. According to Butani, those surroundings, paired with "all those dead skin cells trapped in the nooks and crannies" come together to serve as the perfect breeding ground for bacteria. "Instead of cleaning your skin, you end up adding germs and bacteria to your skin." That in itself is probably enough to make many of us avoid loofahs for the foreseeable future, but it's not the only downside of using them: The sponges can also irritate sensitive skin. Going too hard on the loofah can invite redness and flare-ups of conditions like acne and rosacea. Again, none of this is worth panicking over, but it's worth being aware of. While it may be time to part with your beloved loofah, the good news is that you've got a much simpler way to cleanse right at your fingertips. Butani suggests that anyone mourning the loss of their favorite shower accessory should simply switch to applying a cleanser with their hands. "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." With this method, you can get clean without getting grossed out by your loofah. It's the best of both worlds! Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm off to toss my loofah in the trash.

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  • ANJALI MD SKINCARE - Releases Laser Eye Lift

    Immediately reduce bags and puffiness under the eyes with a breakthrough scientific innovation ANJALI MD Laser Eye Lift ™

    ORANGE, CA, October 12, 2016ANJALI MD Skincare announced its latest brilliant skincare innovation powered by rare ingredients: “Laser Eye Lift,” a breakthrough in the non-surgical reduction of puffiness, bags and wrinkles under the eyes.

    Eyes immediately look younger, less tired, more refreshed and rejuvenated. “I’ve worked with lasers and light energy for years and I’m thrilled to give clients another option and introduce a product that gives laser-fast results without laser surgery,” said ANJALI MD Skincare Founder and Developer Anjali Butani, M.D. “I’m very proud of the results we’re getting with Laser Eye Lift, which can take years off the eyes in minutes.” After applying Laser Eye Lift, ANJALI MD Skincare clients report looking more refreshed, more alert and more youthful within minutes. In two weeks, studies demonstrate reduced wrinkles, less puffiness and reduced bags under eyes. “Beauty goes beyond the physical. It has the power to transform lives,” said Dr. Butani, whose skill and expertise have earned her the trust of high profile clients and physicians (and the nickname “the Doctor to the Doctors.”) “This is my passion. To bring confidence and empowerment through beauty,” says Butani, “At ANJALI MD Skincare, we bring the best of modern science together with the best of botanicals and create brilliant skincare innovations, powered by rare ingredients.” ANJALI MD Laser Eye Lift is a breakthrough scientific innovation which immediately reduces bags and puffiness under the eyes. This revolutionary formula combines neurotransmitters, energized minerals and hyaluronic acid to tighten puffy skin and relax wrinkles. A warming sensation signals the lifting and tightening of fatigued skin under the eyes. Collagen and the molecular matrix rebuild for long-term visible results. Within minutes, eyes appear refreshed, rested and younger. The sleek design of the Laser Eye Lift precision applicator echoes ANJALI MD Skincare’s careful attention to detail. With one pump and one sweep, eyes look awake, alert and refreshed.

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