People are at the heart of our business and the center of our force for good efforts. We are always looking for ways to give back and to assist global communities as they strive to become sustainable.


We commit to invest 50 percent of our Foundation giving in communities and people that are providing essential resources for our planet.

Nu Skin’s Force for Good Foundation is dedicated to fostering long-lasting improvements for children around the world. We want to invest in people and communities, providing essential resources to our planet and its inhabitants. From planting trees, building water wells, and funding the School of Agriculture for Family Independence (SAFI) and its community extension in Malawi, to our efforts with Seacology to conserve natural reserves, we’re aiming to improve our planet and support the people who inhabit it.

130 water wells through the Wells of Hope Project
669,785 trees planted to date through the Seeds of Hope Initiative
10,462 families trained through the SAFI and SAFI extension program

Read more about our ongoing Force for Good efforts here.

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Malawi has one of the highest rates of deforestation in the world, and there is an urgent need to restore and protect its precious natural resources. Every time someone buys an Epoch Baobab Body Butter, we donate $.25 from the sale to Nu Skin’s Force for Good Foundation to support the Seeds of Hope project in Malawi. With these funds, we purchase and plant a variety of essential and useful trees, including baobab trees and fruit trees, which can benefit generations for years to come.

The Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation is also a significant contributor to Seacology, with many of the funds generated from the sale of the Nu Skin Epoch line of skin and hair care products. Together, we improve the lives of children and their families in island communities, and at the same time, help protect these fragile island environments. Since the beginning of our partnership, Seacology has protected 1.4 million acres of marine and terrestrial habitat and have helped several island communities improve their villages. For more information on Seacology visit