San Jose, CA (PRWEB) November 19, 2011
Dr. Vincent D. Lepore (http://www.vincentleporemd.com/) offered special prices last month on Obagi Medical Products at his plastic surgery office in San Jose. People who purchased any Obagi product or product set during the month of October received 10% off.
As part of his ongoing commitment to give back to his community, Dr. Lepore is also donating 5% of the proceeds from Obagi sales to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital this month.
"October was an exciting month for our cosmetic surgery practice in San Jose," says Dr. Lepore. "We offered specials on Obagi Medical Products and LATISSE®, two extremely popular treatments offered through our MedSpa services." In an additional promotion, Dr. Lepore offered three bottles of LATISSE for only $200 during October. This adds up to a savings of $160.
"Skin care products help women and men maintain healthy and glowing complexions regardless of their skin type or concerns. They can also help ensure long-lasting results from surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures," says Dr. Lepore. He adds, "I firmly believe in St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and look forward to help them continue their efforts."
Obagi Medical Products Inc. is committed to providing women and men with the highest level of skin care products to help maintain youthful, healthy looking skin. Founded in 1988, Obagi offers a wide range of clinically proven skin care solutions for people with a variety of skin types.
LATISSE is the only FDA-approved treatment to create longer, fuller eyelashes. It is applied to the eyelid and works over time to create more prominent lashes.
"Our patients have had great success with Obagi products and LATISSE," Dr. Lepore says. "I wanted to make these treatments available to more people, and I offered this special in an attempt to get the word out about some of the great nonsurgical options available. This also was a great time for women and men who have experienced the benefits of Obagi and LATISSE to stock up."
Dr. Lepore's planned donation to St. Jude's is just one example of his continuing effort to give back to his community and to help people abroad. He is a founding board member of the Community Breast Health Project, and he continues to offer reconstructive procedures for people affected by injuries or congenital conditions.
"Being involved in charitable organizations is a core aspect to my professional and personal life," Dr. Lepore says. "I value my years serving as a board member for Interplast and the opportunities it has given me through surgical trips abroad."
Interplast, now known as ReSurge International, has a long history of providing free reconstructive surgeries for the poor and builds year-round medical access in underserved areas around the world.
"I hope to continue my involvement and look forward to including my patients and other plastic surgeons in San Jose in efforts to give back to our community."
Dr. Vincent Lepore (http://www.vincentleporemd.com) is a board-certified plastic surgeon in San Jose whose most popular procedures include breast augmentation, breast lifts, and body-contouring surgery such as abdominoplasty. Dr. Lepore earned his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati Medical School before going on to complete surgical training through Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, and Stanford University's prestigious plastic surgery department, where he has also served as a voluntary surgical instructor. Dr. Lepore is a member of surgical societies including the American Board of Plastic Surgeons, and he is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He has been in private practice since 1987.