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Jan Marini Skin Research Adds Two New Sheer Colors to Antioxidant Daily Face Protectant SPF 30 With PhytoMelanin(TM)
Date:12/10/2007

The Wildly Popular Sunscreen Is Now Available in Three Gorgeous Tints!

SAN JOSE, Calif., Dec. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Jan Marini Skin Research, Inc. (JMSR; http://www.janmarini.com) today announced the addition of two new colors to the tinted version of its leading Antioxidant Daily Face Protectant SPF 30 with PhytoMelanin. The sunscreen widely recommended by physicians is now available in a shade for virtually any skin tone.

Jan Marini's original tinted shade, a skin-friendly iron oxide mineral tint that deposits a veil of color providing a sun-kissed dewy glow to users with darker skin tones, has been renamed Sun Kissed Bronze. It is joined by Sun Kissed Sand, a beautiful sheer golden hue, and Sun Kissed Neutral, our lightest shade, which gives just a hint of sheer glowing color.

What is PhytoMelanin?

Skin care fact: the darker the skin, the less likely it will suffer from sun damage and skin cancer. The darkness of our skin is determined by amount of melanin or pigment that colors our skin. PhytoMelanin is a derivative of Date Palm fruit that mimics human melanin. Jan Marini realized the natural sun protection potential of PhytoMelanin and harnessed its power by adding it to her signature sunscreen product.

Studies demonstrate that when applied topically, PhytoMelanin delivers beneficial antioxidant and free radical scavenger properties to the skin, including protection from sunburn cell formation, lipid peroxidation, erythema and inflammation. These added lines of defense make the Antioxidant Daily Face Protectant even more efficacious by combining anti-aging benefits and total UV protection.

Safety in the Sun

With a daily broad-spectrum protection of 400 nanometers, the Antioxidant Daily Face Protectant safeguards skin from both UVA and UVB rays. Simultaneously, PhytoMelanin's powerful antioxidant component complements the existing sun protection by providing additional sun production and anti-inflammatory benefits.

Best of all, each tinted version of Jan Marini's Antioxidant Daily Face Protectant maintains the creamy texture and flawless finish that made the original product a bestseller. Using a microscopic sponge encapsulation system, the cream glides on and locks in moisture while sopping up surface oil to maintain a fresh, matte look -- a perfect base for make-up application. Now you can achieve an airbrushed, flawless glow while knowing that your skin is perfected and protected.

Antioxidant Daily Face Protectant SPF 30 with PhytoMelanin Tinted is available in a 2 oz. bottle or tube.

About Jan Marini Skin Research, Inc.

San Jose, CA-based Jan Marini Skin Research, Inc. is a recognized leader and innovator in skin care, providing state of the art technologies and breakthroughs in medically-based skin care therapies. JMSR Skin Care Management System is used and trusted by physicians and skin care professionals worldwide to ensure optimum results for their patients and clients. Products range from Glycolic Acid formulas and patented breakthroughs to the state-of-the-art anti-aging properties of the remarkable C-ESTA(R) family of products, all aimed at addressing aging skin, acne, rosacea and other common skin concerns. For more information, please visit http://www.janmarini.com.

Contact: Megan Meece Mark Marinovich

Zing USA Jan Marini Skin Research, Inc.

megan@zingusa.com mark.marinovich@janmarini.com

(212) 633-6301 (408) 362-0130, Ext. 325


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