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  • I am going to talk to you today about the importance of how we look – our appearnce and how Nu Skin can help to improve it
  • The Rosetta Stone is an Ancient Egyptian artifact which was instrumental in advancing modern understanding of hieroglyphic writing. It wasn’t the actual language but the key to interpreting and understanding that language. Advance animation: ageLOC gives us the power to interpret the aging process and deliver a completely new approach to anti-aging in the field of genetics.
  • Current antiaging

    1. 1. Key Factors • Market Trends • Products and Innovative Technologies • Company • Leverage for Time and Income • Timing, Timing, Timing!
    2. 2. Some People Age Gracefully
    3. 3. Some do NOT
    4. 4. BABY BOOM The first time the entire Baby Boom generation is impacting a single market ALL at the same time! Fast Food Fast Cars Rock ‘n RollPaul Zane Pilzer, The Wellness Revolution, 2006
    5. 5. Aging in America Baby boomers … don’t want to grow old… Today, 50 is the new 30 And 80 is the new 50. Boomer demands areCOMPLETELY PREDICTABLE!
    6. 6. Exclusive Advantages! Nu Skin Enterprises is perfectly positioned to take advantage of the booming Anti-Aging Market!!! The Gillette Model
    7. 7. Skin Care RevolutionNu Skin® Galvanic Spa™ II System• Patented Device with self-adjusting galvanic currents• Heads for FACE, SCALP, and BODY.• Patented ageLOC Galvanic Gells Revitalize, Restore and Rejuvenate  Effective – 70% More Benefit  Affordable – $7 Instead of $100  Convenient – In the Privacy of Your Home
    8. 8. Spa Industry • 145 Million Spa Visits in 2007 in the US* • Globally Spas generate over $40 Billion in Revenue** • Average spa client spends $143/ visit** • Similar spa treatments range from $100- $200 • Nu Skin ageLOC Galvanic Spa Face Treatment - $7*Source: Dunn & Bradstreet – Intl. Spa Assoc.** Source: Forbes
    9. 9. Galvanic Treatments at Home 20 Treatments or 1 Spa visit
    10. 10. Tru Face Essence Ultra •Ethocyn®, a patent pending anti-aging compound clinically proven to restore Elastin to youthful levels. •CoQ10 to promote cellular energy while preventing elastin degradationFeaturing Ethocyn® •$100,000 per Kilo to ProduceAttack Aging •ULTRA is Exclusive to Nu Skin
    11. 11. Galvanic Spa – The Results "I have been treating my left hand only and it is just amazing.” Helga Biallas, Executive
    12. 12. ™is the answer.
    13. 13. The arNOX™ DiscoveryThe arNOX™ Discovery Purdue University has Recently Discovered a Hidden Source of Aging in the Skin - arNOX arNOX Generates Skin damaging free radicals around the clock that INCREASE as we age arNoX generates Free Radicals Underneath Your Sun Screen in Your Skin
    14. 14. The ageLOC™ Discovery This internal free radical generator can produce free radicals so quickly that even antioxidants need some additional help in slowing it down. The unique solution: slow the production of these skin damaging free radicals at their source, and stop the visible signs of aging before they start.
    15. 15. The ageLOC Solution ™ ageLOC Exclusive Molecules SLOW production of arNOX free radicals in the skin. ageLOC—technology is designed to PROTECT and LOCK IN youthful gains from TFEU and the GALVANIC SPA Limited Supply until January 2009
    16. 16. Treatment Gel with ageLOC™Description of Benefits Applied ageLOC ingredients have been shown ageLOC ageLOC blend ingredient to prevent the expression of free radicals associated with the arNOX enzyme. This prevention may help slow the signs of aging that may be caused by accelerated free radical production.
    17. 17. Stanford University Study High arNOX = Average +18 +16 7 years olderLow arNOX levels are clinically +14 +12 7 +10graded to look an average of +8seven years younger than their +6actual chronological age. +4 +2 Actual AgeHigh levels of arNOX appear to -2 7 -4be an average of seven years -6older than their actual age.  -8 -10 -12 Low arNOX = Average -14 -16 7 years younger
    21. 21. FOUNDATION OF AGELOC SCIENCEIT’S IN OUR GENESageLOC turns ‘gene switches’ to the setting observed during youth
    24. 24. Anti-Aging – Nutrition MEASURES • 18 Carotenoid Antioxidants in Real Time • Personal Score shows overall Antioxidant Health Status • 2 US Patents with 5 Patents Pending and 6 International Patents Pending • 1st comprehensive Multi-vitamin Supplement with Nano Technology on the Market Products Guaranteed to Raise Your Score
    25. 25. Personal Stories How…These Products can Change your Life!
    26. 26. The Company • 25 Year Track Record • D&B 5A-1 Rating • Operating in 49 Markets • Over $700 Million in Assets • Over Quarter Billion on R&D • Publicly Traded on the NYSE (NUS)For more information on Nu Skin Enterprises, please visit our websiteat
    27. 27. The CompanyMost Innovative Company, 2005Best Corporate SocialResponsibility Program, 2007 American Business Awards
    28. 28. NSE Pays BIG! Last year NSE paid its distributors Over $500 Million Dollars!For a complete summary of distributor earnings/bonuses paid todistributors at all levels within the Sales Compensation Plan, pleasecontact the company at 800-487-1000 or see the end of this presentation.
    29. 29. $6 Billion Paid in Commissions Since InceptionThere are no bonuses paid for recruiting. All bonuses are paid only when products are sold. For acomplete summary of distributor earnings/bonuses paid to distributors at all levels within the SalesCompensation Plan, please contact the company at 800-487-1000 or see the end of this presentation.
    30. 30. Timing - USAWindow of Opportunity Small to Big
    31. 31. Timing - WorldwideGlobal Window of OpportunitySales $5 Billion $2.5 Billion$1.2Billion 2005 2007 2009 2011 Big to Bigger
    32. 32. Timing – Mega Volume Which Train Would You Rather Take?AMWAY 1959 20 years 1979 12 years 1991 13 years 2004Opening $1 Billion $5 Billion $6 BillionNSE 1984 20 years 2004 12 years 2016 13 years 2029Opening $1 Billion $5 Billion $6+? Billion From Big to Giant
    33. 33. Key Factors • Market Trends • Products and Innovative Technologies • Company • Leverage for Time and Income • Timing, Timing, Timing!
    34. 34. How To Get StartedThe only required purchase to become a distributor is a $10 not for profit Business Portfolio.All product purchases are optional. There are no bonuses paid for recruiting. All bonuses arepaid only when products are sold.
    35. 35. NU SKIN ENTERPRISES, INC. DISTRIBUTOR COMPENSATION SUMMARYCompany OverviewNu Skin Enterprises, Inc. (together with its affiliates, the “Company”) is a global direct selling company thatoperates in more than 40 countries throughout North and South America, Asia and Europe. The Companyoperates in three divisions: (1) the Nu Skin division markets premium quality skin care and personal careproducts; (2) the Pharmanex division is a science-based developer of nutrition products; and (3) the Big Planetdivision markets and distributes Internet, technology, ebusiness tools and digital photography products.DistributorsThe Company markets its products through a network of independent distributors. For purposes of thissummary, an “Active Distributor” is a distributor who placed an order for products, promotional materials orservices or renewed their distributorship during the most recent three-month period. In the United States, theCompany had an average of 52,887 Active Distributors during 2006.CompensationThere are two fundamental ways in which a distributor can earn compensation: •Through retail markups on sales of products purchased at wholesale prices; and •Through commissions (sometimes called bonuses) paid on one’s product sales and the sales of other distributors in one’s downline sales network.As with any other sales opportunity, the compensation earned by distributors varies significantly. The cost tobecome a distributor is very low. People become distributors for various reasons. Many people becomedistributors simply to enjoy the Company’s products at wholesale prices. Some join the business to improvetheir skills or to experience the management of their own business. Others become distributors, but for variousreasons, never purchase products from the Company. Consequently, many distributors never qualify to receivecommissions.Generating meaningful compensation as a distributor requires considerable time, effort, andcommitment. This is not a get rich quickly program. There are no guarantees of financial success.
    36. 36. Retail MarkupsDistributors can buy Nu Skin, Pharmanex and Big Planet products from the Company at wholesale prices forresale to customers or for personal consumption. Some Big Planet products are services, such as Internetaccess, on which there is no retail mark-up earned by distributors. In addition, some Big Planet products arelower margin products offered through Internet mall affiliates. Consequently, lower levels of commissions arepaid on the sale of such products. The Company’s suggested retail markup is 30% on most of its personal careand nutrition products. However, distributors are free to set their own selling price and may personallyconsume some of the products they purchase. As a result, the Company currently neither provides an estimateof average income from retail sales nor includes distributor retail income in its average commission information.CommissionsDistributors can also earn commissions based on the sale of products by a distributor and his/her downline ofsponsored distributors in all markets where the Company does business. The Company also sells promotionalmaterials that do not generate commissions to distributors.In 2006 the Company paid approximately $480,136,000 in commissions and sales compensation globally. Inthe same period, the Company paid approximately $83,712,937 in commissions to distributors residing in theUnited States.The following table shows the average commissions paid in 2006 to U.S. distributors at the various levels ofthe Company’s Sales Compensation Plan, the average percentage of total Active Distributors and the averagepercentage of Executive-and-above distributors that earned commissions at each level. These figures do notinclude retail markup income.
    37. 37. Title Monthly Annualized Average Average Average Commissions[1] Percentage Percentage of Commission Income of Active Executive-and- at Each Level for Distributors[2 above level 2006 ] distributors Active Distributor Earning a $ 44.00 $ 9.01% N/A% Check (Non-Executive) 528.00 Qualifying Executive 160.00 1,920.00 1.39 N/A Executive 362.00 4,344.00 3.76 62 Gold Executive 628.00 7,536.00 1.05 18 Lapis Executive 1,307.00 15,684.00 .60 10 Ruby Executive 2,925.00 35,100.00 .17 3 Emerald Executive 6,040.00 72,480.00 .10 2 Diamond Executive 10,423.00 125,076.00 .10 2 Blue Diamond Executive 43,752.00 525,024.00 .20 3The average commission paid to U.S. Active Distributors each month was $132.21, or $1,586.51 on anannualized basis. In 2006, the average monthly commission paid to U.S. Active Distributors who earned acommission check was $807.00, or $9,683.00 on an annualized basis. Note that these figures do not represent adistributor’s profit, as they do not consider expenses incurred by a distributor in promotion of his/her business anddo not include retail markup income. On a monthly basis, an average of 16.38% of U.S. Active Distributorsearned a commission check [1] Active Distributors represented an average of 35.54% of Total Distributors.[2]If you have any questions concerning this information, please contact Distributor Support at (800) 487-1000.[1] This number is calculated by adding the average percentage of Active Distributors in the above table.[2] This percentage is obtained by taking the total average of monthly actives and dividing it by the total average of Distributors on amonthly basis. “Total Distributors” includes all U.S. Distributors who either signed an agreement or renewed their distributorshipduring 2006 irrespective of their purchasing products, promotional materials or services or earning commissions.