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Wednesday, 11 November 2009 14:10

Helping foster children put their best face forward

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Fox 5 Atlanta Wednesdays ChildInstitut’ DERMed invites you to tune in today, November 11, 2009 to view Wednesday’s Child on WAGA-TV Fox 5 at 6pm, as Lyn Ross and Institut’ DERMed are featured with Keiyasha, a beautiful young woman looking to be adopted.

“Institut’ DERMed has taken on the mission of helping children in foster care,” says Lyn Ross.  “ We are donating proceeds from our 20th Anniversary Diamond Peel to Foster Care Supports to offer our services for this Wednesday’s Child and other young people like Keiyasha. It is an honor to be able to help foster children in whatever way possible.”  This Sunday Institut’ DERMed will kick-off the DERMed Teen Skincare Connection, a new initiative specifically designed to help teens with troubled skin. Once a quarter Institut’ DERMed will invite one not-for-profit that serves teenagers to bring boys and girls to the spa take part in a free day of skincare treatment and analysis.  The teens receive a professional skin analysis, diagnosis and treatment regiment, all performed by a licensed esthetician.

Learn more about Institut’ DERMed’s involvement by tuning to Wednesday’s Child, airing in Atlanta on WAGA-TV Fox 5 with news anchor Amanda Davis:
Wednesdays on the 6:00 PM News
Sundays during the 10:00 PM News

The Atlanta Wednesday's Child program is part of a unique public-private partnership between the Freddie Mac Foundation, WAGA Fox 5 Atlanta, and the Georgia Department of Human Resources (DHR). If you miss the segment, you can go to or to learn more and see how Intistut’DERMed is making a difference in children’s lives.