Jeunesse Global sees popularity of Luminesce moisturizer climb through roof

Many people find the Jeunesse Global story almost difficult to believe. The company was founded in September of 2009 by a retired Florida couple. Just 8 years later, it would be one of the dominant international players on the global health and beauty scene. How did a company of such humble beginnings soar to such towering heights?

The answer lies in the fact that the company’s founders, Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis, were no ordinary Florida snowbirds. On the contrary, the couple had built an entire career out of founding and growing some of the most successful direct-marketing businesses in the North American health and beauty sector.

By the time the couple decided to found Jeunesse Global, mostly as a way to simply alleviate the boredom of retirement, they ranked among the most expert and skillful entrepreneurs in the United States. It is, then, perhaps not so surprising that Jeunesse Global quickly found wild success.

But from the beginning, Ray and Lewis were intently focused on creating the most revolutionary and effective products possible. One example of that drive can be seen in the company’s Luminesce skincare lotion and moisturizer. Luminesce serves well as a moisturizer, containing the usual ingredients, like aloe vera, that help with restoring sun-damaged and dry skin.

It is in what else Luminesce does, however, that it really shines. The lotion contains the Jeunesse secret ingredient, which is simply known as APT-200. This substance was developed by scientists working on behalf of Jeunesse Global, for use specifically in the company’s products. APT-200 has been clinically proven to reduce the number of wrinkles currently on a user’s skin while also preventing the formation of new wrinkles. It is also able to restore elasticity that has been damaged by the inevitable insults of time.

Luminesce has proven to be one of the company’s most popular products for these reasons. It is part of a larger basket of products that the company refers to as its Youth Enhancement System. Together with a healthy lifestyle, the Youth Enhancement System is the key tool that Jeunesse is using to create what it refers to as Generation Young.

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Doe Deere: The Beauty of Being a Unicorn

Doe Deere, or the Unicorn Queen, has a fascinating sense of style. On any given day, you’ll see an Instagram photo of her in a hot pink coat, bright blue eyeshadow, and a cascade of neon red hair. But she is to be taken seriously. She is the founder of the wildly successful Lime Crime, a makeup company that sells bright hues of vegan and cruelty-free makeup. Her makeup is selling well, she has over half a million followers on Instagram, and Self-Made magazine listed her as one of the top Inspiring Female Entrepreneurs.

Doe Deere was born in Russia and spent her formative years in Russia and New York City. She delved into fashion by attending the Fashion Institute of NY (FIT) and then jumped onto another trajectory: music. She had dreamed of becoming a musician and intended to fulfill that dream. So she started a band, performed in New York, met her husband, also a songwriter, and spent years performing. Then her calling came.
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Her beginnings with makeup have always been extreme: the more extreme, the better. Discovery and experimentation were her journeys. Her shift towards makeup was out of necessity: Essentially, she was looking for brightly colored makeup and there were no products out there (or certainly none to her liking). Seeing an opportunity, she simply decided to make her own. Her company, Lime Crime, stands for breaking the rules. It is profitable, she says, because girls were merely searching for the same thing: makeup in bright colors. Looking back, her entrepreneurial spirit was always there. When she was 13, she sold temporary tattoos back in Russia. Starting Lime Crime years later in 2008 was another rung up that ladder.

Her website offers lipsticks, plushies, hair dyes and emphasizes a bold, carefree nature. Her makeup, she emphasizes, offers people the “freedom to express themselves without fear of judgment.”

The products come with fascinating names, too. Diamond crusher lipsticks and chocolate cherry or dirty mermaid hair dyes are available. The website’s “How You Wear It” section shows exactly what the makeup looks like when applied: the colors are gorgeous. She has reached a demographic whose needs were not being met, people who were also willing to shell out money for makeup without trying it behind a counter. Her advice to young, ambitious women? “Be in touch with yourself and really know yourself.”