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2 2010 ageLOC Science year in review

3 HIGHLIGHTS from the Year

4 Nu Skin and LifeGen present at CoLONGY in Barcelona, Spain Nu Skin scientists Scott Ferguson and Steve Wood, Ph.D., and LifeGen Partner Tom Prolla, Ph.D., speak at 1 st World Congress on Targeting Mitochondria in Berlin, Germany Nu Skin scientist Helen Knaggs, Ph.D., speaks at In-Cosmetics Asia in Bangkok, Thailand Nu Skin scientist Remona Gopaul accepts Young Scientist of the Year Award from the Society of Cosmetic Chemists in New York City, USA Barcelona, Spain Berlin, Germany Bangkok, Thailand New York City, USA

5 ageLOC Science 2010 Timeline

6 JANUARY Appointed Dr. Stuart Kim to Nu Skin Anti-Aging Scientific Advisory Board MARCH Presented Nutritional Research at Oxygen Club of California 2010 World Congress Awarded DSM Nutraceutical Research Award Presented at New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists Meeting Presented arNOX Research at Oxygen Club of California 2010 World Congress FEBRUARY Initiated Full-scale clinical trial on ageLOC Vitality Conducted First pre-clinical study on ageLOC Completed First heatmap validating ageLOC nutritional science APRIL Presented Presented 4 Studies at Experimental Biology ‘10 MAY Presented Research at International Coenzyme Q Association Meeting JUNE Presented at CoLONGY Conference Presented Research at 40th Annual European Society for Dermatological Research Submitted Provisional Patent on ageLOC Vitality JULY Published Article in Cosmetics and Toiletries Presented Research at Society for Investigative Dermatology AUGUST Presented Research at Biology of Aging Gordon Research Conference SEPTEMBER Published Article in Journal of Cosmetic Science Published Article in Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology Sponsored University of Tokyo Science Symposium Presented arNOX Research at International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists Presented Youth Gene Cluster Research at International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists Presented at University of Tokyo Science Symposium OCTOBER Launched First ageLOC Nutrition Product—ageLOC Vitality NOVEMBER 2 Presentations at First World Congress on Targeting Mitochondria Presented at In-Cosmetics Asia Conference Presented at Asian Cosmetic Chemistry Society DECEMBER Published Article in Anti-Aging Medical News Awarded Young Scientist of the Year by Society of Cosmetic Chemists Presented at Society of Cosmetic Chemists Annual Meeting

7 ageLOC Science Publications and Presentations

8 Patent SubmissionAwardsJournal Articles FULL LIST May 2010 Provisional Patent on Vitality # , ORAL FORMULATIONS FOR COUNTERACTING EFFECTS OF AGING. Submitted May 24, Barger, J.L., Mastaloudis, A., Prolla, T. A., Weindruch, R., and Wood, S.M. Angela Mastaloudis, Senior Scientist, Received the DSM Nutraceutical Research Award Remona Gopaul, Associate Senior Scientist, Named Young Scientist of the Year by the Society of Cosmetic Chemists July 2010 “Reducing skin stress response with willow bark-derived salicin,” Cosmetics and Toiletries (July, 2010): Gopaul, R., Knaggs, H., and Langerveld, A. September 2010 “Impact of Scientific Innovations on the Personal Care Industry,” Journal of Cosmetic Science, 9(3) 2010; Knaggs, H. “An evaluation of the effect of a topical product containing salicin on the visible signs of human skin aging,” Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, 9(3) 2010; Gopaul, R., Gibson, M., Knaggs, H., Holley, K.C., and Lephard, J. December 2010 “Nutritional and genetic strategies for longevity.” Anti-Aging Medical News. Winter 2010: Bartlett, M. Oral Presentations March 2010 “Resveratrol mimics caloric restriction and retards aging in the heart.” Oxidents and antioxidants in biology, Oxygen Club of California World Congress, March 17-20, 2010, Santa Barbara, CA. Prolla, T. “Aging and Genes—the Link with Skin.” New York Society of Cosmetic Chemists Meeting, Helen Knaggs. June 2010 “Transcriptional Biomarkers of Mitochondrial Aging and Modulation by Cordyceps Sinensis Cs-4.” Gordon Conference, Les Diblerets, Switzerland, August 21-27, Wood, S.M., Barger, J., Prolla, T. A., Weindruch, R., Mastaloudis, A., and Ferguson, S. September 2010 “Mitochondria and Aging.” Japan Symposium. Mechanisms of Ageing and Development 2010;13: ; Prolla, T. November 2010 “A nutritional strategy to oppose the genetic expression of aging and loss of vitality.” 1 st World Congress on Targeting Mitochondria, Strategies, Innovation and Clinical Applications, Berlin, Germany, November , Wood, S. M., Ferguson, S. B., Barger, J. L., Prolla, T. A., Weindruch, R., and Bartlett, M. “Targeting age-related gene expression improves mental and physical vitality.” 1 st World Congress on Targeting Mitochondria, Strategies, Innovation and Clinical Applications, Berlin, Germany, November , Ferguson, S. B., Tan, N., Dong, Y., Lu, J., Fisk, N.A., Wood, S.M., Zhu, J., and Bartlett, M. “Genes and Aging: Links to Skin,” In-Cosmetics Asia; Bangkok, Thailand, Helen Knaggs. “Why Do People Look Younger for Their Age,” Asian Cosmetic Chemistry Society; Singapore, China, Helen Knaggs. December 2010 “A Review of Current Genomic Techniques Used in Gene Expression Profiling of the Skin,” Society of Cosmetic Chemists Annual Meeting; New York, New York, Remona Gopaul. Posters March 2010 “Antioxidation and lifespan-extension activities of CordyMax in oxidative stress and aging models #A177.” Oxidants and Antioxidants in Biology, Oxygen Club of California World Congress, March 17-20, 2010, Santa Barbara, CA. Zhu, J., Zhang, Y., Yang, J., Tan, N., Zhao, C., and Mastaloudis, A. (presenter; received DSM Research Award) “Age-Related Oxidase (arNOX) Implicated in Aging-Related Oxidative Damage to Skin Proteins,”Oxygen Club of California, 2010 World Congress, Santa Barbara, California. Morré, D. M., Morré, D. J., Meadows, C., Draelos, Z., and Kern, D. G. April 2010 “CordyMax extends the lifespan in an aging model: a preliminary report, Abstract #A310.” Experimental Biology ’10, April 24-28, 2010 Anaheim, CA. Tan, N., Zhang, Y., Yang, J., Zhao, C., and Zhu, J. S. “Improvement of exercise metabolism and carotenoid antioxidant scores with CordyMax and LifePak in young Chinese elite athletes, Abstract #D356.” Experimental Biology ’10, April 24-28, 2010 Anaheim, CA. Duan, L., Zhao, L., Liang, C., Lu, L., Gao, L., Li, G., and Zhu, J.S. “Maturational alteration of differential expressions of GC:AT-biased genotypes of Cordyceps sinensis fungi and Paecilomyces hepiali in Cordyceps sinensis, Abstract #B210.” Experimental Biology ’10, April 24-28, 2010 Anaheim, CA. Zhu, J. S., Gao, L., Yao, Y., and Zhou, Y. “Antioxidation activities of CordyMax in an oxidative stress model: a mechanism of its anti-aging properties, Abstract #311.” Experimental Biology ’10, April 24-28, 2010 Anaheim, CA. Yang, J., Tan, N., Zhao, C., Zhang, Y., and Zhu, J. S. May 2010 “Appearance in Japanese Women Correlates with Age- Related NADH Oxidase Levels and Blood Markers of Lipid Oxidation,” Society for Investigative Dermatology; J. Invest Dermatol 130. S. 6 (2010). Morré, D. J., Morré, D. M., Kern, D. G., and Wood, S. M. “Regulating the Expression of Genes Associated with the Synthesis and Maintenance of Dermal Hyaluronan and Barrier Lipids Via Topical Treatment of Salicin—An In Vitro Analysis,” Society for Investigative Dermatology; J. Invest Dermatol 130. S. 84 (2010). Gopaul, R. and Knaggs, H. “Salicin Regulates the Expression of ‘Functional Youth Gene Clusters’ to Reflect a More Youthful Skin Profile,” International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists Annual Meeting, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Gopaul, R., Langerveld, A., Knaggs, H., and Lephart, J. “Inhibition by Coenzyme Q10 of Age Related Oxidase (arNOX) Caused Oxidative Damage in Skin Proteins,” International Coenzyme Q Association Meeting, Brussels, Belgium. Morré, D. M., Morré, D. J., Meadows, C., Draelos, Z., and Kern, D. G. August 2010 “Transcriptional Biomakers of Mitochondrial Aging and Modulation by Cordyceps Sinensis Cs-4.” Gordon Conference, Les Diblerets, Switzerland, August 21-27, Wood, S.M., Barger, J., Prolla, T. A., Weindruch, R., Mastaloudis, A., and Ferguson, S. September 2010 “Appearance in Japanese Women Correlates with the Presence of Inosotides and Lysolipids, Both Significant Inhibitors of Age-Related NADH Oxidase Levels,” 40th Annual European Society for Dermatological Research, June Morr, D. J., Morr, D. M., Kern, D. G., Wood, S. M., Toyoda, H., and Knaggs, H. “Anti-Aging Effects of Superoxide Reduction in Skin by the Application of Specific Inhibitors of Age-Related NADH Oxidase (arNOX),” International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Kern, D. G., Meadows, C., Fuller, B. B., Knaggs, H., Morr, D. M., and Morr, D. J. “Salicin Reduces the Expression of Genes Associated with Skin Inflammation—An In Vitro Analysis,” Society for Investigative Dermatology; J. Invest Dermatol 130. S. 85 (2010). Gopaul, R. and Knaggs, H.

9 summary Nu Skin scientists and our scientific partners have just concluded a breakthrough year, building our body of knowledge in anti-aging research at an accelerating rate with more than 20 presentations at 11 prestigious conferences and symposia around the world. We believe Nu Skin’s ongoing research, combined with our research partnerships, including LifeGen Technologies, will deepen the company’s understanding of gene expression and its impact on reversing the effects of aging even later in life. We believe ageLOC science is the answer to anti-aging. It’s a scientific breakthrough that goes beyond the signs to target the ultimate sources of aging. For more information about ageLOC science, please visit ageloc.com.

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