Nu Skin’s Weight Management System TR90 Announced
May 20, 2013
Last week in Kauai, at the Team Elite Executive trip, Nu Skin unveiled ageLOC® TR90™, a highly-anticipated weight management and body shaping system that is scheduled to begin rolling out in the second half of the year. The ageLOC TR90 system is the latest in ageLOC’s anti-aging products, which focuses on providing nutritional and skin care solutions that target the sources of aging.
“We were extremely pleased with the positive reaction of our top sales leaders as we released the details of our new ageLOC TR90 system,” said Truman Hunt, president and chief executive officer. “We anticipate the global limited-time offer in the second half of the year will be our largest product launch ever.”
AgeLOC TR90 includes four proprietary nutritional products and science-based eating plan, along with lifestyle suggestions, to help consumers reach their goals. The nutritional supplements in the ageLOC weight management system are designed to target three important areas for weight management: healthy metabolism, lean muscle and appetite control.
“Our research shows that many weight management programs focus on maximizing pounds lost, whether the weight comes from fat, muscle or both,” said Joseph Chang, Ph.D., chief scientific officer and executive vice president, product development. “In contrast, we are focusing our system on improving overall body composition—with the ideal of supporting the maintenance of lean muscle while promoting healthy, overall weight loss.”
Nu Skin plans to introduce the ageLOC TR90 system as a limited-time offer at its global convention in October, with regional introductions taking place throughout 2014.
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