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Westside Medical Spa Launches 'Face the Day' to Aid Battered Women
Date:10/15/2007

Dr. Rivkin Teams Up With Jenesse Center Inc. for Complimentary Services and

Fund Raising Program In Honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Westside Medical Spa today announced the launch of "Face the Day" a program aimed at renewing the confidence of women preparing to embark on a new chapter in their lives. Structured for women who have been victims of physical abuse, "Face the Day" has partnered with Jenesse Center Inc., in support of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

"Face the Day" developed by Dr. Rivkin of Westside Medical Spa, will directly benefit one woman from the Jenesse Center Foundation each week via a complimentary procedure. Services offered will range from Fraxel laser skin resurfacing (to diminish the appearance of scars) to Non Surgical Rhinoplasty (to camouflage the bump of a broken nose).

Dr. Rivkin feels that the "Face the Day" program will "provide an opportunity for these women to move forward with confidence," stating "I think removing these scars is a liberating experience for women who wake up every morning to a painful reminder in the mirror, or leave their homes wondering who recognizes the marks of abuse. I hope to help restore the self-esteem and pride in appearance of these women who have overcome a major struggle and shown a great deal of conviction."

In conjunction with the complimentary procedures Dr. Rivkin will also donate ten percent of the proceeds of any procedure scheduled for the month of October by supporters of Jenesse Center back to the organization. This aspect of the program is aimed at helping each organization secure the funds necessary to continue providing services in hopes of ending the cycle of domestic violence.

To help support Jenesse Center Inc. please visit them at http://www.jenesse.org, or to make an appointment on their behalf, please call Westside Medical Spa at (31
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