Artistry Skin Care Taps into Aging Boomer Market Says Don Wilson of IBOAI
“New Artistry Microdermabrasion System is a great addition to Artistry’s line of anti-aging skin care products. “ – Nancy Wilson
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., June 29, 2006 – Recent reports by Mintel International reveal that sales of anti-aging products grew an impressive 31 percent from 2002 through 2004. “This is great news for our members, Quixtar Independent Business Owners (IBOs), who market beauty products,” says Don Wilson of the Independent Business Owners Association International.
“The number of people over 50 will soon grow to 111 million in the U.S., an increase of about 25 percent over today’s numbers,” says Don Wilson. “According to research by Datamonitor, many of these aging baby boomers feel younger than their chronological age and they want products that will help them look as young as they feel.”
“This desire is spurring the growth of products in the anti-aging category,” adds Nancy Wilson. “In the past year alone, sales of anti-aging facial products have grown by 23 percent.”
“Artistry skin care and cosmetics offers a wide array of products to help you look and feel younger,” notes Wilson.
“Artistry recently introduced the Microdermabrasion System, an at-home alternative to expensive and invasive skin enhancing treatments,” states Don Wilson.
“The Artistry Microdermabrasion system includes Artistry Polishing Scrub, a MicroExfoliation Cloth, and Skin Refinishing Lotion,” adds Nancy Wilson. “Used together you’ll experience softer, smoother, more radiant skin.”
“The Artistry Microdermabrasion system is available in the United States and Canada beginning August 2006 exclusively from our trade association members, Quixtar Independent Business Owners in the United States and Canada,” says Don Wilson.
About the IBOAI
“The official Trade Association, IBOAI is dedicated to serving and protecting the interests of Quixtar powered Independent Business Owners (IBOs) throughout North America,” states Don Wilson of IBOAI. Governed by a Board of Directors, the IBOAI:
• Protects the best interests of IBOs and serves as an advocate in IBO issues.
• Promotes and protects the integrity of the Independent Business Ownership Plan.
• Ensures that the business opportunity today is as good or better for future generations.
• Acts as an advisory group to Quixtar Inc. and Quixtar Canada Corp.
The 2006 IBOA Board of Directors Executive Committee includes Greg Duncan, Chairman, Don Wilson, Vice Chairman, Angelo Nardone, Steve Woods, Jim Janz, Terry Felber, Randy Haugen, and Kanti Gala. Governance and Oversight Committee includes Jody Victor and Billy Florence.
- Contact Information
- Connie Altschwager
- Executive Director
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