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1 Introduction

2 Made from the world’s finest ethnobotanicals, enriched by science. Ethnobotany

3 Plants, People & Cultures

4 As with all our other Epoch® products, twenty-five cents of every Epoch Baby™ product sale goes to the Force for Good Foundation™ helping to make the world a better place for children now and in the future. Force for Good Foundation™

5 Epidermolysis Bullosa


7 10,000,000 Meals Donated over 2 years NTC

8 Vietnam - Protection of the golden-headed langur, Cat Ba Island (November 2002) Thailand - Supporting island communities in dugong conservation and habitat protection, Trang Province (November 2002) Seacology

9 Beauty Secrets of Hawaiian Spas

10 ‘True’ extract used for generations by Polynesian cultures to soften & condition hair. A rich ethnobotanical hair product that gives hair brilliant softness & shine. Suitable for all hair types. Ava Puhi Moni

11 Ava Puhi Moni Shampoo & Light Conditioner Ava Puhi Moni Conditioner Ava Puhi Moni

12 Clematis (clematis lungustifolia) leaves used by Ancient Europeans to soothe dry and flaky skin. Sage and nettle soothe skin. Ava puhi a Polynesian bulb-like flower, gently cleanses and conditions the scalp, leaving hair looking healthy. Zinc pyrithione to help treat dandruff by preventing itching, scaling, and irritation. Key Ingredients

13 Face and body mineral mud mask that draws out impurities and nurtures skin with more than 30 skin beneficial minerals. Glacial Marine Mud

14 Glacial Marine Mud (Maris limus) obtained from a remote glacial estuary in the Pacific Northwest, absorbs impurities from skin without robbing precious moisture. This skin-beneficial mud is homogenized to increase its absorption powers and provide ideal consistency. Copper helps improve skin strength, cutting down on fragility. Zinc an essential mineral for healthy skin. Magnesium a necessary component of the skin’s natural energy cycle. Silver aids the skin’s antimicrobial activity. Chromium helps maintain balance in the skin. Key Ingredients

15 All Canadian governmental regulations are followed in the extraction of the mud. Every day the mud is covered by 8–10 foot tides. When the tides go out, the mud is mined. The upper layer of mud is removed and the mud is harvested from a 3–4 foot depth to ensure consistency. All holes are filled with rocks and the top layer of mud is replaced. The mud is constantly replenished from the tides and nearby mountain springs. The mud is in a very remote area— two and a half hours by jeep on a dirt road and two hours by boat from the closest road. Tell a Tales

16 Target Audience tired, achy feet due to being on their feet all day, walking, or standing for long periods of time. ( Examples; nurses, flight attendants, presenters, food servers, retail salespeople, and people who travel, hike, run, etc.) Key Ingredients Hawaiian ti leaf (cordyline terminalis Babassu oil (orbignya phalerata Firewalker Moisturising Foot Cream

17 Key Ingredients Natural wild mint (mentha arvensis) used by Northwestern Native Americans to help revive and stimulate tired, achy legs. Horse chestnut used to revitalize and stimulate the legs, easing the sensation of heaviness and swelling. Eucalyptus, menthol, and peppermint oil combine to provide a cooling and invigorating sensation on the skin as well as a bold refreshing scent. IceDancer Invigorating Leg Gel

18 Key Ingredients Job’s tears Rich with amino acids, the root was used historically in tropical Asia for treating and calming troubled skin conditions. Yarrow, burdock, and chamomile The plants were made into a poultice and applied directly to afflicted areas as a calming remedy. Salicylic acid a medication clinically proven to effectively treat acne blemishes. Blemish Treatment Gel

19 Soap-free deep cleansing bar for smoothing all over the body while removing impurities. Key Ingredients Sisku’pas (tsuga heterophylla) derived from a tree treasured by the Cowlitz Indian tribe of the Pacific Northwest. Used for its skin buffing effects, and known as sisku’pas by the Cowlitz people (indigenous to the Pacific Northwest), this ingredient is the ground bark. Epoch Glacial Marine Mud Epoch Polishing Bar

20 Combines the wisdom of the ages with modern science to provide comforting relief to persistent skin irritations. Calming Touch

21 Men and women who suffer from red, ruddy, uneven patches across the cheeks, chin, or forehead. Also men, women, and children who suffer from red, itchy, patches of scaly, dry skin on the face or body. Target Audience

22 Key Ingredients Jewelweed (impatiens capensis) For hundreds of years, Native Americans have been using jewelweed to provide a soothing solution to many problematic skin conditions. Taking root next to poison ivy and poison oak, jewelweed indicates that nature often provides its own remedies. Neutralizing components found within the leaves help prevent the skin’s cascade of reactions in response to persistent and occasional skin irritations. Jewelweed

23 Yarrow (achillea millefolium) used by Native American Indians to calm irritated skin. Also used by ancient Greek warriors to comfort wounds. Derived from the Greek mythological character Achilles, famed to have used yarrow for its healing powers. Yarrow

24 Before After 4 weeks 68% improvement Clinical results

25 Gently apply to clean, dry skin, concentrating on affected areas. Apply twice daily for best results. When using on the face, allow the cream to be completely absorbed before applying other products. Usage

26 Epoch Baby Age-old wisdom for today’s future

27 Tap into gems of wisdom passed down by generations of parents. Gems of wisdom

28  Thinner, more fragile than adult skin  Less melanin  Less resistant to bacteria, and environmental stress  Sweat less  Less oil production  Links between skin cells are looser Baby’s Skin

29 Avoid harsh cleansers and ingredients Use soap only 2-3 times a week Use gentle soap-free cleansers Reduce friction in the diaper area Minimize pH changes –Use products that maintain skin pH –Change diapers often Sun protection Additional Tips

30 Epoch Baby™ brings you tried and trusted ancient botanical traditions, perfected in partnership with leading ethnobotanists. The Spirit of Ethnobotany.

31 The hibiscus flower has been used throughout Polynesia and Southeast Asia on babies to help maintain a healthy scalp while cleansing the skin and hair. The crushed flowers and leaves are boiled in water and applied to babies to cleanse, soothe, and moisturize. Epoch Baby™ Hibiscus Hair and Body Wash

32 Hibiscus flower extract used by traditional cultures in Southeast Asia and Central America on their babies, hibiscus soothes and moisturizes the skin while cleansing the hair and helping maintain a healthy looking scalp. Elderberry fruit extract used by Europeans for its cleansing and moisturizing properties. Calendula soothes the skin. Oat extract moisturizes and protects the skin. Key Ingredients

33 Babassu powder has been used for centuries by the people of South America as a starch and today is used to absorb wetness. Babassu Liquid Powder also contains burdock and calendula to help comfort sensitive skin. Epoch Baby™ Babassu Liquid Powder

34 Key Ingredients Babassu seed powder (orbignya phalerata) used by indigenous cultures of South America as a food starch; effectively absorbs wetness and helps protect the skin. Burdock and calendula soothe skin and help lessen soreness caused by rubbing. Key ingredient

35 University of Miami’s Touch Research Institute Massaging child for 15 minutes before bedtime helped them fall asleep better and sleep through the night Premature infants massaged experienced 47% more weight gain and left the hospital 7 days earlier. (Mississippi State University) Key ingredient

36 Benefits Bonding between parent and child Child sleeps better Tend to do more vocalizing More alert and sociable when awake Increased weight gain Relaxation Advantages Ylang Ylang Massage Gel

37 Ylang ylang providing long-lasting moisturization and protective benefits to the skin. Tahitian gardenia used historically by Polynesian healers on babies, this fragrant flower hydrates, protects, and calms the skin. Olive oil used by traditional cultures throughout tropical regions of the world; moisturizes and softens sensitive skin. Chamomile Lavender Key Ingredients

38 Gentle Stroke Side of head Small circles around chest Massage hands and feet Stroke chest Make strokes light and gentle Keep massage session short 3-15 minutes Massage steps

39 Preparation Tools 1.Epoch Baby Babassu Liquid Powder 2.A piece of dark fabric.Procedure a)Place a small amount of Epoch Baby Babassu Liquid Powder on the back of a customer’s hand. b)Rub in until the liquid disappears. c)Wait a few seconds until the liquid dries, then wipe the back of the customer’s hand on dark fabric. d) Explain how the product has now dried to a powder, eliminating the need to wait to dress baby after application. Sales Talk Do you enjoy seeing how quickly this product dries to a powder ? Its special formula smoothes on, then dries into a powder that is never airborne, forming a barrier to help prevent chafing. Also effectively absorbs wetness and helps protect baby’s fine and delicate skin. Types of Demonstrations - sensory

40 1.What hair type is best suited to Epoch Ava puhi moni Shampoo and Light Conditioner? 2.Where does Nu Skin obtain the ava puhi extract? 3.How is Epoch Ava puhi moni Conditioner unique? 4.Is it okay to use Epoch Ava puhi moni Anti-Dandruff Shampoo every day? 5.What causes dandruff? 6.What ingredient(s) in Epoch Ava puhi moni Anti- Dandruff Shampoo fight dandruff? 7.How does Epoch Firewalker differ from Epoch IceDancer? FAQ

41 8.If using the Nu Skin Clear Action System when do I apply Epoch Blemish Treatment? 9.Is Epoch Polishing Bar for use on the face or the body? 10.Is Epoch Calming Touch for the face or for the body? 11.Is Epoch Baby Hibiscus Hair and Body Wash tearless? 12.What is the advantage of Epoch Baby Babassu Liquid Powder over other powders for babies? 13.Can Epoch Baby Ylang Ylang Massage Gel be used for a deep tissue massage? 14.Do we have to rinse off Ylang Ylang Massage Gel? FAQ

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