NU SKIN's Dr. Helen Knaggs Honored as A Woman to Watch By Utah Business Magazine

NU SKIN's Dr. Helen Knaggs Honored as A Woman to Watch By Utah Business Magazine

NU SKIN Vice President of Global Research and Development Dr. Helen Knaggs, was honored as one of 30 Women to Watch by Utah Business magazine. The magazine will honor Dr. Knaggs at a luncheon at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City on May 17.

"Helen has spent her entire career advancing science in skin research and in the development of personal care products," said Joseph Chang, PhD., Nu Skin chief scientific officer. "We are very fortunate to have Dr. Knaggs lead our global research and development efforts for our personal care business and have benefited greatly from her scientific expertise. I applaud Utah Business in their decision to recognize Dr. Knaggs and for highlighting her commitment to scientific integrity and the positive effects she has had on women throughout her career."

Dr. Knaggs has more than 20 years of experience in skin research and product development. She has authored 50 scientific presentations on skin health and authored four chapters in books about skin health and aging.

Previous to her work with Nu Skin, Dr. Knaggs worked at Unilever in the United States and Asia. Most recently, she was the Southeast Asia development manager for skin care products and worked with Unilever's Aviance brand in Thailand. In addition, Dr. Knaggs spent several years as a research biochemist in the dermatology department of Leeds General Infirmary, where her work involved both clinical and laboratory research, interpretation of trial results, and data reporting to corporate and scientific communities. Dr. Knaggs earned bachelor's degrees with honors in biochemistry and pharmacology, and a doctorate degree from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Leeds, a premier institution in England.