Nu Skin was featured in the March issue of Nutrition Business Journal and recognized as a company “turning cutting-edge science into beauty sales.” In a section titled “Stem Cells & Gene Expression,” Nu Skin’s anti-aging science was highlighted for being a “vanguard of gene expression” in the skin care and nutrition industries.
Scott Van Winkle, a stock analyst who researches the fastest growing segments of the food and nutrition industries, was quoted in the article and praised Nu Skin for its pioneering approach to anti-aging.
“Nu Skin was an early mover in gene expression,” said Van Winkle. “The science is innovative, and the company has the sales force to articulate that story.”
Nu Skin was highlighted in another article in the March issue of Nutrition Business Journal. Titled “Anti-Aging Carries Weight in Topicals, Healthy Aging Prevails for Broader Market,” the article quoted Kevin Fuller, vice president of global marketing for Nu Skin, as he explained how fighting aging is much more than a vain pursuit.
“People fear their aging appearance impacts the quality of job they can get,” said Fuller. “These concerns are on the minds of everyone in the world who’s middle class and above.”
“Confidence is the key to happiness in their life, and that’s what aging erodes,” added Fuller. “It’s not just a shallow set of needs. There’s a real connection to life purpose.”
Created in 1996, the Nutrition Business Journal is a monthly newsletter that covers the nutrition and health industries.