Founded in 2009, Jeunesse is a well-established health and wellness firm that aims to solve age-related troubles in people of all ages. The company was given its first heartbeat by Wendy Lewis and Randy Ray, who at the time had forged great successes in their own entrepreneurial pursuits but wanted to realize a dream greater than themselves. The duo put their heads together and funded Jeunesse into being, and they’ve since pulled a respectable following (the “Jeunesse Family”) to show for their research and development into cutting-edge wellness products.
Why It Works
Jeunesse’s cornerstone achievement is the creation of the Youth Enhancement System (Y.E.S.), which breaks down into several product lines. Each line is focused on a unique area of the human body and the age-related problems that tend to affect that area; as such, the administration of the products as well as their composition varies by regimen. You can choose to buy the entire system or just one particular product line.
The reason Y.E.S. works so well is a matter of a few frank realizations that Randy and Wendy came to terms with many moons ago:
- Natural is the way of the body, and the body is the most powerful tool to heal its own ailments with.
- The reason the body struggles to correct its own ailments today owes to the highly unnatural lifestyles that we’ve taken on in the contemporary lens of sedentary living, overexposure to radiation-producing technology and the overabundance of harmful free radicals.
- Drugs are sometimes necessary but not always the first or final answer to our aches, pains and tiredness.
All nine regimens of Y.E.S. are all-natural and proprietary to Jeunesse’s research division, which has refined their offerings over the years to expand upon their effectiveness. You can find a product line for everything from insomnia, lethargy and cognitive dysfunction to fitness woes, chronic immunodeficiency and more. While the products appear to be aimed at the older crowd, they’re great for people of all ages; however, Y.E.S. is not a replacement for doctor-prescribed medication and shouldn’t be used to treat serious conditions.