Meet Carla Retief, M.D.
Researching each ingredient for efficacy, Dr. Retief began to build the basis for her skin care line which has been helping patients successfully manage their skin conditions for 10 years. What she has created is a prescription skin care line based on the synergy of the freshest and most effective botanical ingredients fused with the strongest proven prescriptives. Together, they create an exceptionally fast-working product that combats the signs of aging, acne, and other skin related conditions resulting in beautiful, healthy skin.
Dr. Carla Retief grew up in a farming community in rural west Tennessee. She experienced first-hand the health benefits of eating the freshest farm-to-table produce from her family's garden. Growing up, she learned about the curative powers of botanicals such as dill, ginger, dandelion, and ginseng which her grandmother used in homemade remedies to treat their family.
After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Vanderbilt University, she went on to pursue a medical degree from the University of Tennessee Memphis. Residencies in Chicago followed, and she was selected for a prestigious Mohs Micrographic Surgery fellowship at the Medical University of South Carolina. While there, Dr. Retief performed over 1,000 Mohs micrographic surgeries in addition to hundreds of laser and cosmetic procedures. All the while, Dr. Retief filled notebooks with a collection of natural remedies and stayed current with the strongest pharmaceuticals on the market.
She is an expert in the management of facial skin conditions and advanced minimally invasive cosmetic techniques. Trained in general dermatology, Mohs micrographic surgery, reconstructive surgery, laser surgery, and cosmetic surgery, Dr. Retief has had extensive experience with a myriad of skin conditions.
“Whether your issue is acne, rosacea, age-related fine lines, brown spots, enlarged pores, dry skin, or any other skin issue, there is a customized BuffRX approach for you. You’ll see changes in the appearance of your skin in weeks.— Dr. Carla Retief