Through its environmental work, the company has reduced its plastic usage by 82 tons and paper usage by 23 tons, published its first carbon footprint and made a commitment to make all product packaging recycled, recyclable, reusable, reduced or renewable by 2030.
The company’s social efforts resulted in the donation of more than $6.7 million to causes around the world, a partnership with charity organizations to make a difference on every continent except Antarctica, and a pay equity analysis that resulted in the implementation of appropriate adjustments that will now be a part of its regular annual pay practices.
– For nearly 40 years, Nu Skin has dedicated itself to positively impacting our global and local communities. We are pleased to highlight the strides we’ve made over the past year, which focus on driving long-term impact across social impact and sustainability. We look forward to making Nu Skin more equitable and sustainable by continuing to expand our efforts to be a force for good around the world – said Ruth Todd, Nu Skin senior vice president of public affairs.