Chamonix Subsidiary Genucel Supports Women Aware Fight Against Domestic Violence

Women Aware, a non-profit organization based in Middlesex, New Jersey, has been supporting women and men against the effects of domestic violence since it premiered in 1981. New Jersey has one of the highest rates of domestic violence in the country. Because a return to wellness, self-esteem and body positivity is crucial for healing the individual who has experienced domestic abuse, Genucel, a subsidiary of Chamonix, has increased its financial support of Women Aware activities.


Not only has Genucel contributed “beauty bags” for Women Aware to distribute that contain assorted toiletries and an array of Genucel four-step products that benefit skincare and appearance, it has now stepped up as a financial supporter of the new 5K and Walk sponsored by Women Aware. According to alivenewspaper, participating in such outdoor activities as walking, with its exposure to nature, can help to increase feelings of self-worth and self-esteem in domestic violence survivors. Additionally, research has shown that walking as little as 30 minutes a day can significantly improve skin quality and appearance, leading to an increase in self-esteem.



As a leader in the skincare industry and providing individuals with top-quality skincare products designed to boost both self-esteem and appearance, Genucel continues its commitment to supplying Women Aware with beauty bags to enable women living there who have been victims of domestic violence and domestic abuse, to be able to reclaim their lives by using anti-aging products that help them to look better and start to feel better about the direction their lives have taken.


Genucel is proud to continue to support the efforts of Women Aware in transforming the lives of domestic abuse victims because it knows first-hand how quickly the environment of domestic violence causes skin condition to deteriorate. Depression, insomnia and worry all contribute to advanced aging of the skin, the appearance of wrinkles and dark circles under the eyes. Genucel’s contribution of its quality four-step products to revitalize damaged and aged skin is an important step in helping domestic violence survivors heal and thrive. As abuse-related skin issues disappear, women’s self-esteem can begin to rise as there is no longer a daily physical reminder to the individual of the domestic violence situation that they have endured in the past.


Help from Women Aware is available round the clock by calling (732)249-4504 or visiting Genucel products to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, under eye circles and puffiness and overall aging can be found at


Dr. Mark Holterman: Philanthropic Physician and Surgeon

Mark Holterman is an American physician, researcher, educator and philanthropist who is widely known for his contributions and assistance to an international organization called the International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam. He is sharing his knowledge in the medical field, as well as his expertise in performing surgery and other medical procedures to save lives. Mark Holterman specializes in pediatric medicine and other therapeutic processes that he mastered from the university that he attended in college. Mark Holterman stated that he would continue to serve the people and provide them the treatment that they needed.


Raised in rural Wisconsin, Mark Holterman’s parents were unsure where they would be sending their son. Then, his parents were told by his teachers of how well he is performing at school, and the teacher advised his parents to send him off to Yale University. He took up an examination to enter the university, and he passed (Vitals). After graduating from high school, he decided to take up a bachelor’s degree in biology, his first step in becoming a doctor. Once he finished his bachelor’s degree, he decided to take up medicine and attended the University of Virginia. He focused on becoming a pediatrician, but after meeting up his love interest, who is passionate about being a surgeon, Mark Holterman was influenced, and he also added surgery to his specialty.


Mark Holterman and his wife soon moved to different cities after they graduated from medical school ( They would either work for the government or private groups and organizations, often serving for the sake of saving the lives of people. For two years, Mark Holterman and his wife lived in Quebec, Canada, working there as research associates. Currently, Mark Holterman is focusing on the advantages of regenerative medicine, hoping that it can help many patients who have undergone surgery. Mark Holterman is working on research which states that regenerative medicine like stem cell therapy can be a potential lifesaver in the future. Mark Holterman wishes that he could master the application of regenerative medicine to his practice as a surgeon. He believes that it is the future of medicine and that he needs to look into it further.