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Mangosteen-based Skin Care from XanGo

December 8, 2008

XanGo, LLC says its Glimpse Intuitive Skin Care will create a new category for mangosteen topical nutrition similar to what the company’s XanGo Juice did in 2002 when it brought the benefits of mangosteen internal consumption to a global market.

Glimpse features exclusive ingredients from the mango-steen delivered through a proprietary BioActive X3 Complex. The result is a clean, high-performing skin nutrition system that protects your skin and the environment. The line includes two basic systems: one providing nutrition for normal to dry skin and the other designed for normal to combination skin. Both systems include a cleanser, toner, serum and moisturizer. The systems retail for $200 each.

“Glimpse is a natural, strategic extension of our business, and we’re proud to take the lead again by creating the category for topical skin nutrition from the mangosteen fruit,” said XanGo founder and board chairman/chief executive officer Aaron Garrity. “What XanGo Juice brought to the world six years ago in terms of creating a category and introducing a ground floor business opportunity, Glimpse will offer for topical mangosteen nutrition. The difference is that six years later we are in 23 countries with a sophisticated infrastructure and one million independent distributors to support the launch of Glimpse.”
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