Total Life Changes is on track to double annual sales from $77 million in 2015, the maker of wellness and skincare product said Wednesday.
The Michigan-based firm also announced that founder Jack Fallon, formerly CEO, will now serve as President and Tea Executive Officer or “TeaEO”—a nod to the company’s top-selling product, Iaso Tea. Total Life Changes is the sole owner and distributor of the detoxifying tea, which contains a proprietary blend of nine herbs that work together to help cleanse the digestive tract. An instant version of the product is set to launch in the second half of 2016.
“This year we’re thrilled to be launching the instant formula of Iaso Tea, and it’s the perfect time come on board as president to ensure TLC continues to be a tremendous success,” said Fallon. “I have so much passion and appreciation for those in the field as well as our corporate staff—it is a true honor for me to be at the helm of TLC as we all strive for new heights of success together.”
The past few years have brought significant growth at Total Life Changes, partly due to a corporate restructuring led by Fallon. The company’s leadership team has focused on refining marketing efforts and forging new partnerships to ramp up product fulfillment. Last year, Total Life Changes logged $77 million in sales, securing the No. 100 spot on the 2016 DSN Global 100, a list of the top direct selling companies in the world. Management expects sales to reach or exceed $154 million in 2016.