Ageing skin is still a reality, but a key to reduce ageing is the ability to stabilise telomeres by allowing cells to reset their ageing clocks. Jan Marini's extraordinary skin care compound captures the emerging science of topical Telomerase Enzyme to help create dramatically younger looking skin.
Telomerase Enzyme Regeneration
Age Intervention Regeneration Booster combines Telomerase Enzyme in combination with anti-inflammatory agents, select peptides and other proven significant skin enhancing ingredients to create measurable and lasting improvements in the appearance of:
Directions for use
Each program consists of six mini-bottles, including one bottle per week for am and pm use. Age Intervention Regeneration Booster is an easy and convenient 6-week program designed to be used in conjunction with a Jan Marini Skin Care.
Skin Types: All skin types
Works well with
Bioglycolic Facial Cleanser
Age Intervention Enlighten
C-ESTA Serum or Cream
Age Intervention Face Serum or Cream
Age Intervention Peptide Extreme
Antioxidant Daily Face Protectant SPF 30
The Science of Topical Telomerase Enzyme Therapy
Many researchers believe that our maximum lifespan is determined by our telomeres. Telomeres don't determine whether or not we live, but whether or not we age, which ultimately affects how long we live.
Telomeres extend off the end cap of our DNA and resemble shoe laces. At the end of each telomere is a ribonucleoprotein complex known as telomerase enzyme. Telomeres are often described as "clocks that regulate ageing." As we age our telomeres shorten and gradually we begin to see and feel ageing changes. Changes in our skin may include loss of elasticity, volume, textural changes, etc. Other issues, such as heredity and lifestyle, may accelerate telomere shortening in some individuals, thus shortening their lifespans. In any case, when telomeres eventually become very short, cell crisis and cell death is triggered, resulting in age-related disease and ageing conditions.
Telomerase is believed to be a major force in providing protection and stabilisation to the telomere. Studies indicate that when telomeres do not have sufficient telomerase enzyme, telomere shortening may accelerate. By helping to stabilise the telomere, we may be able to slow down the process of skin ageing and provide the mechanism to assist our cells in "resetting their ageing clocks," thus enabling them to more fully rebuild and replace their losses.
2009 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine Awarded for Telomere and Telomerase Enzyme Research