Jeunesse Global helps people keep off the pounds with Zen Bodi

Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis are two of the biggest names in the global health and beauty industry. The entrepreneurial power couple first started their own business when they were still in their 20s. By the time they had reached their early 30s, Ray and Lewis had become successful enough that they would never have to work another day in their lives.

Over the next three decades, the couple went on to found and build some of the most successful businesses in the North American health, beauty and direct-marketing industries. When Ray and Lewis found themselves approaching the traditional retirement age, they thought that they would give retirement a try. Unfortunately, the industrious couple found that they simply weren’t constituted for the hours of boredom and idleness that retirement entails. They decided to found a small hobby business out of their garage as a way to pass the time.

Before long, the drive and passion that had marked all of Ray and Lewis’ other pursuits started to shine through with their current business. They soon settled on the trade name Jeunesse Global, and things began picking up steam quickly. By the end of Jeunesse Global’s first year, the company had registered nearly $1 million in sales. By the end of its fifth year, it was doing tens of millions of dollars in sales each year and had thousands of distributors and tens of thousands of customers worldwide.

Now, Jeunesse Global is continuing its tradition of expanding its horizons through great products. With the company’s Zen Bodi, a weight-loss supplement that helps burn fat, build muscle and curb appetite, Jeunesse is making its first entrance into the global weight-loss market.

Like other Jeunesse products, Zen Bodi is not sold using gimmickry or dubious claims. Instead, the supplement and the marketing surrounding it are based 100 percent on rigorous science. Zen Bodi forms part of the larger Zen 8 Project total-health system, which relies heavily on both scientifically engineered supplements as well as the proven methods of behavioral modification.

With Zen Bodi, Jeunesse isn’t promising magic results; it’s providing a biologic rope tow to help motivated users get to the peak of their potential health.,19.htm

EOS Has Taken the World By Storm

Ever since the rise of Chapstick, people have thought of this popular lip balm as a small cylindrical object. But, when the more popular EOS lip balm were released, filling shelves with unique flavors in little orbs, the boring tubes soon became yesterday’s business.

EOS, or Evolution of Smooth, quickly sold over 250 million dollars and become the second best selling lip product. Burt’s Bee’s is currently the first. Because the global lip balm market is expected to increase the 1 million units sold every week are constantly going up. The demand for natural products, which is the EOS specialty, is constantly increasing which is partly cause for the steady growth of the company.

The founder of EOS joined with other packaged-good companies nearly a decade a go. The team who came up with idea all agreed the lip-care industry would be the best option. The creators originally believed that lip balm was typically unisex. However further research showed that lip balm is used almost exclusively used by women. Many women use lip balm in their daily makeup, or keep a tube in their purse. A problem many women faced was losing the little tube in their purse. And so became the orb. The orb appeals to all senses, and competes with other brands at just three dollars.

Another issue was keeping up with big names. This was a challenge; people are loyal to their lips. Eventually a meeting with a female buyer got them on the shelves at Walgreens. Marketing to stores was easy: Walmart and Target soon followed. But marketing to people was harder. Miley Cyrus used the balms in her music video, creating a huge spike in popularity.

By collaborating and finding the most popular demographic, in just 7 years EOS has taken the world by storm.