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Jan Marini Skin Research Introduces Age Intervention(R) Transitions - a New Frontier in Skin Care
Date:2/27/2008

SAN JOSE, Calif., Feb. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Jan Marini Skin Research, Inc. (JMSR; http://www.janmarini.com) today announced the launch of Age Intervention Transitions, an extraordinary new technology that addresses common female transitional issues such as stubborn adult acne as well as fine lines and wrinkles, coarse skin texture and discoloration.

Age Intervention Transitions' unique formula resolves or minimizes acne breakouts while dramatically improving the appearance of follicle size, fine lines, rough facial texture and that nasty leftover acne discoloration.

Transitions combines acne clearing and prevention with remarkable skin resurfacing and brightening technology. No more stubborn acne -- just clear, radiantly polished and younger looking skin.

"Many people experience transitional skin care issues as they age, including adult acne, fine lines, and the effects of cumulative sun exposure," says Jan Marini, president and CEO of Jan Marini Skin Research, Inc. "I created this revolutionary formula to address these two common conditions that plague a huge percentage of adult females."

Age Intervention Transitions benefits:

-- Resolves or minimizes stubborn resistant adult acne

-- Resurfaces skin texture for a more refined, polished and radiant look

-- Improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

-- Significantly and rapidly lessens leftover acne discoloration for a

brighter, more even-toned appearance

Age Intervention Transitions is offered in a 1 oz. pump bottle.

About Jan Marini Skin Research, Inc.

San Jose, CA-based Jan Marini Skin Research, Inc. (JMSR) is a recognized leader and innovator in skin care, providing state of the art technologies and breakthroughs in medically-based skin care therapies. The JMSR Skin Care Management System is used and trusted by physicians and skin care professionals world
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