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Research Centers & Laboratories


Nu Skin Enterprises Center for Anti-Aging Research (Provo, Utah)

In 2009, the Nu Skin and Pharmanex labs in Provo, Utah, were renamed as the Nu Skin Enterprises Center for Anti-Aging Research. The facility’s new name reflects the company’s commitment to focus on developing anti-aging science to incorporate into both personal care and nutritional products. This important research facility is one of three global research centers and houses nearly 50 scientists and $1.75 million of equipment.

A vital resource for fostering collaboration and scientific breakthrough, we believe this state-of-the-art institution fortifies Nu Skin’s position as a leader in anti-aging science. As the company continues to develop comprehensive health and skin care solutions for the anti-aging industry, the Nu Skin Enterprises Center for Anti-Aging Research stands as a beacon of innovation and integrity, setting the standard for others to follow.



Pharmanex Beijing Clinical and Pharmacology Center
The Pharmanex Beijing Clinical & Pharmacology Center is actively engaged in research to determine the pharmacology-toxicology, the clinical benefits and mechanisms of the clinical benefits of natural products. The center occupies 8,000 square feet of lab and office space. The center plays a major role in the Pharmanex clinical and pre-clinical research and product development. As a part of the Pharmanex 6S® Quality Process, the Beijing center is involved in all aspects of the selection, safety, and substantiation phases.



Pharmanex Shanghai Research and Development Center
Established in 1996, Pharmanex Shanghai Research and Development Center was originally located in modern state-of-the-art laboratories on the campus of Fudan University. In 2002 the Pharmanex's first research and development facility in China was relocated to the Shanghai Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park. The center occupies 12,000 square feet of lab and office space and is staffed with 33 research scientists, more than half of them are PhDs and MSs. The center is responsible for information and intelligence analysis, natural product chemistry, manufacturing process development, and analytical science in support of quality assurance. The center is directed by Dr. Min Li, one of the most prominent medicinal natural product scientists in China.