Las Vegas, NV, November 25, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- On 11/13/2014, Las Vegas Dermatology and Vegas Magazine partnered for a night of beauty benefiting the National Psoriasis Foundation. Las Vegas Dermatology, in partnership with Vegas Magazine, presented a night of beauty, benefiting the National Psoriasis Foundation at the Summerlin Hospital Medical Center. Attendees witnessed live lip filler injections
, had Visia complexion analysis performed and learned about many of the many opportunities available to enhance and improve their appearance through toxins, fillers, microneedling, lasers and skin surgery.
Las Vegas Dermatology is a premier dermatology practice located on the campus of Summerlin Hospital in the city of Las Vegas. Dermatology is a medical specialty that focuses on skin and diseases of the skin- dermatologists are experts in diseases and cosmetic concerns of the skin. Creating healthier looking skin is a passion for Dr. H.L. Greenberg and the team at Las Vegas Dermatology. With the latest in technology from lasers for wrinkles, hair and tattoo removal to microneedling and peels for facial rejuvenation, Las Vegas Dermatology has the newest products and services to help patients look their best in a caring, friendly and professional environment.
Vegas Magazine, part of Niche Media, is the go to, high-end magazine in the city of Las Vegas. The client list of Vegas Magazine reads like a who’s who of Vegas society and the parties sponsored by the magazine are recognized as the most exclusive in town.
Psoriasis is a socially confining, psychologically traumatizing and joint damaging disease, affecting people of ages. Characterized by a scaling, flaking red skin eruption- people with psoriasis may be embarrassed by their condition and discriminated against by others. Although it is not contagious and does not limit life expectancy, psoriasis is associated with increased heart disease risk and those with associated joint pains, known as psoriatic arthritis, can be quite debilitated. The National Psoriasis Foundation is a non-profit resource for patients, providers, insurers and others to educate and support the efforts of those with psoriasis.
VIP guests for the Las Vegas Dermatology/Vegas Magazine event included Miss Nevada United States Lisa Song Sutton, artist Jessica Galindo - http://www.leather-couture.com/ who displayed her wearable leather art at the event. Sin City Cupcakes provided tasty treats, Jessica Duran of Moet & Hennessey who provided the Veuve champagne and Celgene who provided educational information about psoriasis. The Highlight of the evening was a charity raffle with prizes including botulinum toxins, fillers and products from Allergan, Galderma, Neocutis and Skin Medica. Caesars Entertainment donated a ride on the world famous High Roller, the world’s largest ferris wheel, in honor of the psoriasis foundation event for lucky raffle winners and VIP guests.