read August 12, 2015 Las Vegas, NV – A popular Las Vegas medical spa, Just Face It, intends to join the ranks of Vegas-based reality shows with a new television series of the same name: Just Face It. No stranger to local media attention, owner/operator of Just Face It, Martine Abbey, has landed on Vegas Seven’s “Best of Las Vegas” list several years running for facilitation of the best nonsurgical aesthetic treatments in town. Now, she hopes to attract national attention with a series that showcases her talent and personal exploits. According to the program’s website, the show documents the life and antics of Martine as she embarks on a series of “hilarious adventures” with her eclectic group of friends and family. Joining the list of franchise-centric series’ like Duck Dynasty and LA Ink, which center around business concepts, Just Face It promises to explore a yet-untapped industry – beauty and medical aesthetics. Located adjacent to the beautiful Summerlin community, the medical spa on Sahara offers aesthetic and spa procedures such as Botox, Dysport and Xeomin injections, fillers, facials, peels and massages. Taking a new approach to reality TV, the show also explores the making of a reality television series, giving viewers a behind-the-camera peek at production. According to cast members, the situations are not manufactured or scripted, and the show’s website touts the tagline: “honest reality television.” Producers of the reality series are seeking network and multi-platform distribution opportunities and they have eight episodes and a sizzle reel ready for review. Businesses are invited to partner with Just Face It through an innovative product placement sponsorship which incorporates traditional product and service exposure in addition to exposure on the show’s website, and custom social media campaigns which leverage industry specific and entertainment influencers to create potential for viral reach. For media, distribution and sponsorship inquiries, visit the website: www.JustFaceItTV.com.