Jeunesse Global creates new economic opportunities for millions

Randy Ray and Wendy Lewis had long established themselves as two of the top leaders in the American health and beauty industry when they decided to found Jeunesse Global in 2009. The couple had only retired a few months before, convinced that they could leave the business world that they loved and that gave such deep meaning to their lives, easing into a life of grandkids, barbecues and golf courses.

But the couple quickly discovered that they weren’t constituted for endless days of idleness. They quickly began looking for ways to fill their time. However, they had long ago achieved financial independence. Money was not a top priority for the entrepreneurial couple. They wanted to make a difference in the world.

Ray and Lewis founded Jeunesse Global as a means to bring economic opportunities to disadvantaged people across the globe while also serving as a platform to answer unmet market needs within niche product areas. Within its first year of operation, it was clear that Jeunesse would be able to fulfill these goals with aplomb.

Both Lewis and Ray had done business extensively throughout the East Asia region. They understood that the area had long been oppressed under the communist jackboot, stifling economic growth, innovation and the ability of the region’s hardworking and industrious people to find an outlet for their creativity. It was for this reason that, from the outset, Jeunesse Global concentrated on expanding throughout East Asia.

With Ray’s ability to sell products and recruit new distributors and Lewis’ ability to create new products and run the business end of things, it wasn’t long before the newly formed company started making serious headway. By the end of its fifth year, Jeunesse had over 1,000 distributors and was selling tens of millions of dollars of products each year.

Today, the company has a strong presence throughout East Asia and has brought tremendous economic opportunity to the area. Through the creation of the Youth Enhancement System, a comprehensive suite of total-health products that can knock years off of users’ apparent age, Jeunesse is not only helping people to get rich, it is helping them to stay young.

Lime Crime’s Newest Velvetine Scandal Is Making Headlines Everywhere

Lime Crime has released a new color for their Velvetines line. Lime Crime Velvetines are matte lipsticks that do not smear or get on stuff like other lipsticks due and they are also long lasting and all the shades are vibrant. The newest Velvetines shade is called Scandal. Scandal is a dark plum shade of the liquid to matte lipstick that shows sex appeal and drama. Scandal would look great paired with some bold black eyeliner according to CEO Doe Deere. It is already well known that they have many different cosmetic products of all different colors and types. Some of their other cosmetic products that would go well with the new Velvetines Scandal would be the metallic Velvetines Rasin Hell, perlees in the shades Asphalt and Charmed, Unicorn Hair Shades Sext and Aesthetic, The Venus palette, HI-LITE Blossoms, and Oyster pop on nails.

The wide range of colors and products makes it extremely easy to pair specific products with other ones when needed. Using a perlees shade of Asphalt or Charmed over your new Scandal Velvetines will give it that perfect amount of glitter you may be looking for if you aren’t one to wear straight matte colors on your lips. Scandal would also go great with any little black dress and would be the perfect lipstick for someone who is a boss that’s not afraid to rebel on the wild side a little bit. If you are interested in purchasing any of their products including their newest Velvetines Scandal be sure to check out their website. Scandal costs $20 MSRP on their website which is the same price as every other Velvetines shade.

Don’t be afraid to be bold like CEO Doe Deere by training her unique and wonderful cosmetics line that will make you pop amongst all of your friends and peers. When you purchase Scandal you are bound to be asked where you got your bold lip color from and you can happily say Lime Crime because when you buy their products all you want to do is share them with the world and show them off.