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Take Advantage of Rebates on Dysport, Restylane and Perlane – for a Limited Time Only!

We are thrilled to continue the rebate program on fillers and Dysport for our patients. Take advantage of up to $450 off on fillers and $50 off on Dysport, good until June 30.

Restylane - $50 rebate per syringe
Minimum purchase of 2 Restylane syringes

Dysport - $50 rebate
No minimum purchase

Perlane - $65 rebate per syringe
No minimum purchase required

Give us a call at 402-334-7546 to speak to Felisha or email her at Felisha@LovelySkin.com
 

LovelySkin Spa Ranked Best Day Spa!

We are honored to have received The Reader's "Best of the Big O" Award for best day spa! A huge congratulations goes out to Stacy, Ashley, Amanda, Bethany, and Dr. Schlessinger for their dedication to the LovelySkin Spa (formerly known as the Aesthetica Day Spa). There's an enormous amount of competition in the local spa business, so this is truly a great achievement! These same ratings also ranked Dr. Schlessinger as the best dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon in Omaha. See the full list here!
Jamie B.

Bravo to our Billing Department!

We'd also like to acknowledge Colleen, our billing manager, and congratulate her on 99% ERROR FREE claims from our billing department! A warm thank you goes out to Colleen and the entire billing team for achieving such an amazing accomplishment!
– Jamie B.
Environmental Working Group Releases Annual List of Sunscreen Ratings

We are providing a link here to the new Environmental Work Group listings, which evaluate the best sunscreens they recommend. We are incredibly pleased to have over a dozen of them for sale in our office and on the website!

View Environmental Work Group's Best Beach & Sport Sunscreens

View Our Top Rated Sunscreens
Jamie B.
Dodge the Dangers of Sun Damage on "Don't Fry Day"

With Memorial Day weekend just ending, many families and friends were out having fun in the sun. Such seasonal festivities remind us of the incredible importance of sun protection, and that’s one reason why The National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention (NCSCP) designated Friday, May 27 as “Don’t Fry Day.”

The NCSCP created “Don’t Fry Day” to increase awareness of skin cancer prevention and to encourage people in the United States to shield their skin from the sun while outdoors.

“We are seeing an epidemic of skin cancer and melanoma in this country and it is all due to sun exposure and the increased use of indoor tanning,” Dr. Schlessinger says. “Protecting your skin is a huge part of this, but avoiding unsafe exposures while wearing good sunscreen and clothing goes a long way.”

Learn more about “Don’t Fry Day” and find out a few of Dr. Schlessinger’s highly recommended sun care products here!
Jamie B.
Dr. Schlessinger in MedEsthetics Magazine and on RealBeauty.com!

MedEsthetics Magazine called on Dr. Schlessinger for his viewpoint on the difference between Botox and Dysport. The article is a fascinating update on the current cosmetic uses and availability of neurotoxins. View it here!

Dr. Schlessinger was also highlighted in a recent Real Beauty article discussing ways to deal with discoloration. Check out the slideshow here to see his recommendations for buffing away imperfections!
Jamie B
"Dear 16-Year-Old Me": A Must-Watch Video on Melanoma

Take a moment to watch this powerful video from the David Cornfield Melanoma Fund, a group devoted to saving lives by promoting awareness of this common and serious skin cancer. This potentially fatal disease is often ignored until it's too late. Share this with a friend and help educate people on the early signs of melanoma and the importance of self-detection.
Jamie B.
The Great Debate over Sunscreen Safety

In recent years, there has been several articles about whether ingredients in sunscreens may possibly cause more harm than good. It is important to let our patients and LovelySkin.com customers know about these debates.

The risks mentioned for products like oxybenzone are theoretical rather than actual. However, skin cancer is a very real risk if sunscreen isn't worn. While newspaper writers may debate the safest sunscreens, the fact is that any sunscreen is better than burning and risking deadly melanoma.

The American Academy of Dermatology agrees and maintains that sunscreen remains a safe, effective form of sun protection. Read more about the AAD's professional position in this debate here.
Children Participating in Outdoor Sports May Have Increased Risk of Developing UV-Related Skin Lesions

Many parents champion the idea of enrolling their children in outdoor sports to encourage exercise, teamwork, and healthy competition. While those are all very valuable benefits, many families aren't aware of the not-so-healthy results of insufficient sun protection while participating in outdoor activities.

According to a recent study in the British Journal of Dermatology, outdoor sports increase the risk of developing UV-related skin lesions in children, suggesting that sun prevention needs to be emphasized for children who practice popular outdoor activities. Get access to the full findings here.
Jamie B.

  Psoriasis Studies
Dr. Schlessinger is currently screening patients for a few Psoriasis studies testing topical, oral and injectable medications to treat mild, moderate and severe psoriasis.
If you are interested in this study, please contact us at 402-697-6599 or email Study@lovelyskin.com. Pre-register for this study at www.LovelySkin.com/study.

Acne Study
We are currently screening for two acne studies, one testing a topical medication and the other testing an oral medication. If you or someone you know has acne, please contact us.
If you are interested in this study, please contact us at 402-697-6599 or email Study@lovelyskin.com . Pre-register for this study at www.LovelySkin.com/study
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Toenail Fungus (Onychomycosis) Studies
Skin Specialists is actively screening patients for a toenail fungus study testing a topical medication.
If you are interested in this study, please contact us at 402-697-6599 or email Study@lovelyskin.com . Pre-register for this study at www.LovelySkin.com/study.


Actinic Keratosis Studies (pre-cancerous lesions)
Dr. Schlessinger is conducting a study testing a new topical treatment for actinic keratosis (pre-cancerous lesions). If you have pre-cancerous lesions due to sun damage, you may qualify for the clinical trial.
If you are interested in this study, please contact us at 402-697-6599 or email Study@lovelyskin.com . Pre-register for this study at www.LovelySkin.com/study.


Rosacea Study
Dr. Schlessinger is recruiting patients for a Rosacea Study testing a new topical medication for flushing and will be screening for another rosacea trial shortly.
If you are interested in this study, please contact us at 402-697-6599 or email Study@lovelyskin.com. Pre-register for this study at www.LovelySkin.com/study.


Eczema Studies (atopic dermatitis)
We are presently conducting studies of various medications for the treatment of eczema (atopic dermatitis).
If you are interested in this study, please contact us at 402-697-6599 or email Study@lovelyskin.com. Pre-register for this study at www.LovelySkin.com/study.

The studies fill up very quickly, so if you or your family member suffers from one of these conditions and wish to be in a clinical trial, contact us today.
 

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