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Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis spread economic opportunity with Jeunesse Global

As Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis approached their late-60s, the couple had done and seen it all. The health and beauty industry stalwarts had founded dozens of companies, many of which grew into highly successful businesses. They had long ago earned enough money that they never would have had to work another day in their lives if they had chosen not to. But the passion they had for creating great health and beauty products and helping others to achieve their health and economic goals was enough that neither Ray nor Lewis had ever seriously considered retiring.

However, now they believed that the time had come to hang it up. The couple retired and made it through their days for a month or two. But they quickly realized that their industrious nature simply didn’t make them cut out to sit around the house doing nothing all day. Soon, Ray and Lewis had begun selling a few products out of the garage of their sprawling Florida mansion. This marked the beginning of Jeunesse Global.

Because the couple had far more money than they would ever need, Jeunesse was a different kind of health and beauty company from the get-go. Rather than dedicate their lives to accumulating more wealth that they would never be able to spend anyway, Ray and Lewis decided that with Jeunesse they would solely concentrate on creating revolutionary products that addressed unmet market needs as well as creating genuine economic opportunities for those located in areas of the world where they didn’t have the same chance at success as those born in more advanced countries.

One of the areas in which Ray and Lewis chose to focus was East Asia. They knew from personal experience that the people of East Asia were extremely intelligent and hardworking. Yet the region had long suffered under the stifling oppression of hardline communist governments. Ray and Lewis bet that this would be one of the most promising areas of the globe to start spreading the gospel of U.S.-style capitalism.

They turned out to be right. Today, Jeunesse Global ranks among the fastest-growing health and beauty companies in the world. Much of that growth is attributable to East Asia.

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How An Egg-Shaped Lip Balm Surpassed Chapstick

According to an article in Fast Company (https://www.fastcompany.com/3063333/startup-report/the-untold-story-of-how-lip-balm-upstart-eos-outdid-chapstick?utm_content=buffer47040&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer) consumers have purchased cylinder tubes of original, cherry and mint Chapstick for more than 100 years. In 2009, the EOS company began selling natural and organic orbs of lip balm in inviting pastel colors. Retail locations like Walgreens, Walmart and Target began stocking them on their shelves. Articles were appearing in Allure and Cosmo, and celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Miley Cyrus were seen using these lip balms. This company now sells more than Blistex and Chapstick and is only second behind Burt’s Bees.

EOS, short for Evolution of Smooth, was founded by Sanjiv Mehra, Jonathan Teller and Craig Debitsky. Their research showed that women were the higher percentage of lip balm users, but they often misplaced the small tube. Lip balm containers were also favored, but thought not as hygienic when applying to the lips with fingers. The EOS lip balm founders also wanted their product to be fun and enjoyable to use. Relying on their own finances, a clay artist to create unique shapes, and a desire to make a product appealing to all five senses. Thus the soft, egg-shaped lip balm made from flavorful organic ingredients was born and offered to consumers at a competitive price.

Walgreens was the first store to stock this innovate new product thanks to the efforts of Mehra and another experienced sales person. Walmart and then Target followed suit. Online retailers Lucky Vitamin and ULTA soon began selling EOS products too!  To meet new demands and increase sales without having an outside manufacturer produce the inventory, the founders researched how to develop their own fully-automated production facility. They also targeted various marketing avenues like television and magazine ads, review on beauty blogs and discussion on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Celebrity endorsements also helped sell the product.

Revo and Blistex have recently come out with their own sphere-shaped lip balm. EOS is now selling more than one million lip balms each week. The company also markets hand lotion and shaving cream, and more products in different categories will be available in the future.

 

WEN By Chaz Pleases New User

Chaz Dean is one of the hottest hairstylists today. His clients includes Hollywood A-listers and some of the best known models and entertainers on the planet. Born in Vermont and raised in New Jersey by his adopted parents, Dean came to Los Angeles to work as a photographer. He decided to attend cosmetology school to enhance his photography career. Instead he found an entirely new career at which he has excelled. It’s not only Chaz Dean’s talent that sets him apart, it’s also his dedication natural products and holistic methods.

The natural approach he uses at his Chaz Dean Studio focuses on creating harmony and what’s best for the health and beauty of his client’s hair. He believes in educating his clients and teaches that shampoos, bleach and irons dry and damage hair. He hasn’t used shampoo since 1993. After having created haircare products for many companies, he decided to create his own haircare line. The WEN Hair by Chaz line uses only natural ingredients and does not offer a shampoo. Instead it features a fantastic cleansing conditioner.

Recently Bustle.com featured an article written by a woman after using WEN by Chaz for the first time(http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened). She explained her hair is fine and stringy and she wanted a hair care product to give it body and shine. Following the directions on the WEN by Chaz Fig cleansing conditioner container, she used a generous portion and rubbed it into her scalp and out to the ends of her hair. After a few minutes she rinsed it out. Almost immediately she began feeling increased body in her hair.

She followed the instructions for 7 days. On day 4, her co-workers were complementing her on how good her hair looked. By day 7 her hair was shiny, bouncy, healthy and clean and looked great. Get Wen hair products online, visit guthy-renker.com or at http://www.qvc.com/beauty/wen/_/N-rhtyZ1z141dz/c.html.

 

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