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Photoshop is a pixel ending software application so when you complete you work in Photoshop and save you save to a PSD.Tiff or JPEG and your work is then baked into the file. On the other hand Lightroom saves your editing work to the Lightroom Catalog File and never makes changes to the original files.
Are you editing your images to Photoshop with the Lightroom adjustments?
Once you edit your image from Lightroom in Photoshop with the adjustments the edited image(saved back from Photoshop) in Lightroom See Edit Lightroom photos in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements
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After making adjustments in Lightroom, open the photo as a Smart Image in Photoshop and perform the Photoshop edits. If , after you save the image back to Lightroom and find that you need to adjust the original Lightroom edits, open the image not as a Smart object but simply Edit in Adobe Photoshop.
In the following dialog, choose edit original.
Once back in Photoshop, double click the bottom Smart Object layer to open the Camera Raw plugin which will give you all the same edits that you made original edits you made in Lightroom which you can then adjust.
A word of caution here, if the Photoshop edits involve spot removal or any sort of content aware fill, changing the underlying Smart Object may produce unacceptable results such that the Photoshop edits will have to be performed again before saving.