Dr. Anjali Mahto MBBCh BSc MRCP (Derm)

Dermatologist / GMC: 6098579

Dr. Anjali Mahto is a UK-trained consultant dermatologist. Her medical training took place in South Wales, where she also obtained a degree in Pharmacology. She completed higher specialist training in dermatology in a competitive London rotation. During this time, she gained experience in some of the UK’s leading teaching hospitals including Imperial College Healthcare and the Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead.

Actively involved in medical education and training, Dr. Mahto has presented extensively at both national and international conferences. She has published original reports in scientific literature and is a peer-reviewer for medical journals.

Dr. Mahto has worked as a substantive consultant dermatologist in North West London Hospitals NHS Trust where she was also the lead for paediatric dermatology services. She is happy to consult both adults and children with skin, hair and nail disorders. Her areas of specialist interest include acne and scarring, rosacea, moles, and anti-ageing therapies including injectable and laser treatments.

Dr Mahto is a member of British Cosmetic Dermatology Group (BCDG), British Association of Dermatologists (BAD), Royal College of Physicians (RCP), and Royal Society of Medicine (RSM). She is a spokesperson for the British Skin Foundation and blogger for the Huffington Post. Dr Mahto’s work bridges the gap between traditional medical dermatology, beauty, and cosmetic medicine

Dr Anjali Mahto has launched The Skincare Bible, a no-nonsense guide to great skin.

As one of the UK's leading dermatologists, Dr Mahto understands beauty products and is passionate about sharing her knowledge and debunking myths about the latest fads and miracle products and cures. With so much conflicting information, the beauty industry can be a minefield to navigate and Dr Mahto's book gives practical, evidence-based advice to arm individuals with the very best, most honest information. Find out more.

 

Research led by Dr. Anjali Mahto

  • The adverse effect profile of oral azathioprine in pediatric atopic dermatitis, and recommendations for monitoring.

Specialist Treatments

Face & Eye Surgery

Laser Surgery

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There is an art to medicine as well as scientific rigour. Warmth and empathy can be as important as ‎surgery or medicine. My approach is to focus on ensuring each treatment plan is as tailored to the ‎condition as it is to the patient as a person‎.

Dr. Anjali Mahto

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