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The Product Overview Of Nu Skin Enterprise

Updated on July 15, 2011


Nu Skin offers personal care products all over the world. Read through a few of the different types of products that Nu Skin offers.

A Product Overview Of Nu Skin Enterprises

Nu Skin is a thriving company that specializes in selling personal care products in 27 different regions all over the world. Their products have expanded over the years to include over 150 different skin, hair, cosmetic, oral care, general nutritional, sports nutritional, weight management, and botanical products. With the success of this multilevel marketing company, it has had the opportunity to sell its products in places like Honk Kong, Canada, and Taiwan just to name a few.

Nu Skin’s product line can be broken up into a few different categories and subcategories. The First of its categories is their Core Daily Systems. Under this first category includes their line called Nutricentials. This subcategory includes mostly facial and body lotions and cleaners. All of the products under this subcategory promote the appearance of healthy and radiant skin. These products are combined with key nutrients and ingredients that help the skin to stay nourished starting from the outside and working its way to the inside for more permanent care. Nutricentials has products available for those with normal to dry skin as well as those with combination to oily skin. Some of these products include a pH balance toner, creamy cleansing lotion, face lotionand a nourishing cream used at night. Under this same category is a line called Nu Skin 180 (degrees). This line is designed to help stop the aging process and actually turn it around by diminishing fine lines and wrinkles. Use these products to reverse the signs of aging and fine tune those signs that may have already appeared. This line includes a face wash, skin mist, cell renewal fluid, UV block hydrator, night complex and AHA facial peel. The Tri-Phasic White collection is a line that scientifically helps to rejuvenate the radiance and color of your skin. As time passes, pigment in your skin can be lost resulting in discoloration and dullness. The Tri-Phasic White collection works to brighten your skin and restore color and brilliance to it. The last subcategory in this section is the Nu Skin Clear Action line. This line targets skin with breakouts or previous breakouts. Even if you do not get breakouts on a regular basis, this line can help to bring back the vibrancy and clearness of your skin. This line includes acne medication products like a cleanser, toner, daily treatment and night treatment.

The next category of products that Nu Skin offers is Skin Complements. This section includes makeup from complexion to cheeks to eyes to lips. These makeup products are known as Nu Colour and utilize the best science, ingredients and vibrant colors to bring out the best in your face. All of the colors and products feel weightless to the skin and enhance the features with their vibrant and subtle colors. Under the complexion section, Nu Skin offers a wet/dry pressed powder, a finishing powder, liquid foundation, concealer an tinted moisturizer with an SPF of 15. For cheeks, Nu Skin offers a wide variety of colors in their blush section. They also sell bronzing pearls which can be applied to add a little sun-kissed color to your face. For eyes, they offer a wide variety of colors for eye shadow as well as brow liners, mascara, eye liner, makeup remover and a special eyelash treatment. The Nutriol Eyelash Treatment helps with the strength, length and growth of your eyelashes to help them become fuller and longer.

Their next category of products is their Total Care section. Under this section they have a body care subcategory. The body care products include an antibacterial body cleansing gel, body bar, body smoother, hand lotion, herbal mineral bath, and body moisturizer. They also have a men’s care section which includes strong working products like shave cream, aftershave balm, and antiperspirant deodorant. Nu Skin also sells the entire complete men’s care set as well. The next section includes oral care products. Their line of oral care products is known as AP-24 and provides advanced oral health care with its anti-plaque protection that works for a full 24 hours a day. Ni Skin offers toothbrushes, fluoride toothpaste, whitening toothpaste, mouthwash, and anti-plaque breath spray. The last subcategory under Total Care is their line of hair care products. Nu Skin’s hair care products incorporate key ingredients like quinoa, Ceregen, sunflower seed extract and soy protein to create healthy, strong hair. They offer a wide variety of products from shampoos and conditioners to styling foams and gels. All of the products can be especially chosen depending on the type of hair you have.

Nu Skin’s next category of products is their line called Epoch. Their Epoch line incorporates more eco-friendly and natural products to gently and naturally help your skin and body and well as help to save the environment. Nu Skin actually donates $.25 from each Epoch product that is sold to their nonprofit organization, Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation. This organization helps to create a better life for children by improving human life, continuing indigenous cultures, and protecting fragile environments. These products are made from natural and botanical ingredients using the traditions of indigenous cultures. This line offers face and body products as well as hair products. The face and body products include rich and fragrant products such as a Baobab Body Butter, a Firewalker Relaxing Foot Cream, Glacial Marine Mud and a foot treatment. Their hair products include a line of shampoos and conditioners that utilize the nectar from the ava puhi bulb. This bulb has been used by generations of Polynesians as they would squeeze the nectar onto their hair to clean and condition it. These products produce shiny, smooth, and soft hair.

Nu Skin’s products run relatively reasonable in price and can provide beneficial results to those who use the products properly and regularly. These products can be purchased at the Nu Skin centers in Provo, Utah or online through their website.


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      6 years ago from USA

      Thanks for the information about Nu Skin. I only recently heard about them and I want to try some of their products.


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