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    Re: Is Nu Skin / NUS Operating in China??? Is it Legal There?

    I'm sure the Mormons at head office can't be too pleased these days with the China story and Sandie's penchant for gang bangs coming up at the top of search results for Nu Skin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Bunkum View Post
    All I'm saying is we had better be careful spreading this "Nu Skin operating illegally in China" story because it could blow up in our faces!

    This Andrew Left character seems a tad shady for my liking.
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    we can't stick our hands in a bucket of snakes and not expect to be bitten, I guess.
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    Re: Is Nu Skin / NUS Operating in China??? Is it Legal There?

    Citron Publishes Open Letter to FDA seeking transparency about Nu Skinís AgeLOC products

    Yesterday, news broke that as of last Friday, the FDA sent a "15-day warning letter" to L'Oreal, the world's largest cosmetic company, ordering it to cease and desist making claims for its widely marketed cosmetics line, Lancome.

    The specific basis for FDA's complaint is :

    " The claims on your web site indicate that these products are intended to affect the structure or any function of the human body, rendering them drugs under the Act."
    Citron goes on to say...

    It is Citron's opinion that what is a pimple for L'Oreal may be cancer for Nu Skin.
    Let's hope!

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    When should FDA provide feedback? Next week or later? Any idea?

    According to the FDA warning letter to L'Oreal, Nu Skin definitely got problem.

    Check their website in Chinese, there are tons of words mark AgeLOC, should be drug.

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    Re: Is Nu Skin / NUS Operating in China??? Is it Legal There?

    That Galvanic Spa gimcrack is quite the device!



    Bet that thing would grow hair on a billiard ball if somebody tried.

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    Golly gee,

    you wouldn't want to get that stuff on your hands or your body, would you ??

    Wolfman would have nothing on you after a few weeks of that.
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    Re: Is Nu Skin / NUS Operating in China??? Is it Legal There?

    I was recently shown the product by a distributor. Having a scientific background, I found it hard to believe that a surface gel massaged into the skin can Ďrestore your youth gene clustersí. The fact that the product was distributed via MLM rang alarm bells. The proprietary galvanic facial massager used to massage the gel into the face is widely available through Alibaba from Chinese manufacturers!

    Jennifer October 29, 2012 at 6:01 am

    RICK RHOADS, Pharm.D. October 29, 2012 at 3:18 pm

    Jennifer, Itís amazing how a scientific background will help decipher the truth behind the talking points. Good for you! I donít have too much experience with MLM distribution but it would make sense that a higher price would be necessary to pay all the commission.

    As a side note, the MLM model ensures thousands of sales agents to promote your product. That might be the reason that I have received many messages that basically recycle the same talking points.

    Thanks for the comment!


    Rick
    You're right, Rick, a person doesnít have to have too much experience with MLM to understand that a higher price would be necessary to pay all the commission - just a little common sense!

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