|As women age and hormone levels
drop, the skin's sebaceous glands begin to atrophy, contributing to drier skin.
In addition, the decline of estrogen results in reduced moisture content,
exacerbating the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. Numerous other
hormone-related changes include thinning of the dermis, thinner and sparser
elastin fibers, diminished collagen production and changes in pigment cells.
Jan Marini Skin Research's Age
Intervention line of products are based on medical technology designed to target
and address female skin changes by recapturing the skin's normal hormonal
The second and most challenging
aspect of the skin's aging process is cumulative sun damage. This is comprised
of two factors: impaired immune function and inflammatory responses that trigger
Jan Marini Skin Research has
brought together an extraordinary combination of topical agents that can
effectively boost the skin's ability to repair damage and prevent certain
inflammatory responses. These agents, paired with the hormonal component, have a
powerful stimulating effect on the skin and can
dramatically improve the appearance of sun-damaged and aging skin.
And, like our hands, our eyes
can betray our age. But we're not just talking about skin, now — we're
referring to eyelashes. As we age, eyelashes tend to lighten, shorten and thin
We have diminishing hormone levels to thank for this too, because once again,
growth factors are inhibited.
Today, we have the Age
Intervention product line from Jan Marini Skin Research to address all these
areas of concern: Hands, Face and Eyelashes
Age Intervention Hands
It's been said that though her face may be youthful, a woman's hands will give
away her age. Years of environmental damage take their toll in the form of
textural changes, discoloration and a weathered, dry surface. An intensive
combination of ingredients in Age Intervention Hands addresses these issues with
acids, lightening agents and anti-inflammatory agents for measurably younger
Age Intervention Face
The decline of sex hormones is not an even, linear process, but one of
fluctuation that cause internal and external changes that affect the appearance
of facial skin. Biologically, it is a natural process that is part of aging.
Sebaceous gland shrink causing skin to dry out. And, the decline of estrogen in
this context contributes to the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. Cell
turnover and collagen production slows; along with a drop in the fat content of
facial skin, the skin itself gets thinner. Pigment cells change and the skin's
immune function diminishes. This all exacerbated by a drop in the blood supply
to facial skin, so nourishment decreases.
A breakthrough in anti-aging
technology, Age Intervention Face addresses these issues by restoring normal
hormonal levels, which results in collagen growth, resiliency, improved barrier
function and increased moisture content — all the youthful attributes which our
skin naturally loses as we age.
For almost a decade, now, Jan
Marini Skin Research has employed all the "magic bullets" in her products to
combat the effects of aging and environment:
- Ascorbyl palmitate,
the fat-soluble vitamin C that lends powerful antioxidant protection to cells
from the inside out (a trick regular water-soluble vitamin C can't do);
- DMAE, Jan Marini
calls her proprietary blend "DAE," with muscle and skin toning effects to help
reduce sagging skin;
- Alpha-lipoic acid, for
anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties;
- Additionally, CoQ10, MSM
(Methyl-Sulfonyl Methane) and Topical Interferon.
Jan Marini has always been at
the forefront of anti-aging technology since the beginning of her career. Her early years of skin research with
Dr. Nicholas Perricone, are well noted, as she helped pioneer groundbreaking
skin research that led to the state-of-the-art skin care products that are
When it comes to anti-aging,
Jan Marini is a name you can trust, and this product line is true to it's name.
Now, these products are
actually putting pressure on us to eat healthier
bodies can keep up with how good we look!