LifeVantage Corp. on Thursday said it has secured another U.S. patent, this one related to its TrueScience skincare formulation.
In a clinical study of the TrueScience anti-aging regimen, the products were proven to visibly address the signs of aging by combating oxidative stress in the skin. The patent was issued for topical application of the compositions in TrueScience, which are believed to improve the skin’s appearance and overall health.
“The receipt of this patent continues to differentiate LifeVantage from other companies in the direct selling and skincare industries,” Darren Jensen, President and CEO, said in a statement. “The peer-reviewed studies related to our products demonstrate their effectiveness and position LifeVantage at the forefront of skin care.”
The Salt Lake City-based company has been granted six other patents, detailed on its website, for formulations alleviating inflammation and oxidative stress. The research and development team at LifeVantage focuses on products that improve health at the cellular level. In addition to skin care, the company offers nutrition, canine health, energy and weight-management products.
Last year, LifeVantage generated revenue of $190 million, putting it at No. 69 on the 2016 DSN Global 100, a list of the top direct selling companies in the world, and No. 41 among regional companies on the North America 50.