Jeunesse Global has quickly gone from a non-entity to one of the most renowned health and beauty companies on the global scene. It has done this largely through the creation of some of the most cutting-edge products that have ever been devised in the health and beauty space. With more than a dozen products, Jeunesse is demonstrating that even the most well-established corporations in the most entrenched industries can be disrupted by those with vision and drive.
One of the company’s most stunning products has been its health drink called Reserve. Using resveratrol, one of the most potent antioxidants known to science, Reserve captures all of the benefits of red wine consumption without exposing users to the risks of ingesting alcohol.
For decades, medical researchers have understood that moderate red wine consumption is one of the best ways to protect against cardiovascular disease. But the world’s major medical bodies still have not recommended that people who do not currently consume red wine begin doing so. This is because there is a small but significant risk that someone who begins consuming alcohol will eventually go on to develop an alcohol use disorder. Even with the proven benefits of red wine, the consequences of developing a serious drinking problem are so severe that, even if only 5 percent of people go on to have serious drinking problems, all of the benefits of red wine consumption are cancelled out at the population level.
Now, Jeunesse Global has found a solution to this epidemiological problem. Through the creation of Reserve, the company has formulated a drink that not only captures all of the benefits of red wine consumption with none of the risks, but it also provides users with many other health benefits on top of these. Made with fruits that confer powerful health-protective effects, which Jeunesse refers to as superfruits, Reserve tastes great and allows users to get a nearly complete dose of all their daily essential nutrients.
In addition to resveratrol, Reserve contains real juice from blueberries, pomegranate, concord grape and acai. The drink also contains aloe vera, green tea and grape seed.
Dr. Mark Mckenna of Atlanta, Georgia, sees the cosmetic surgery industry as one that has gotten dull and predictable. He is planning to revitalize the industry in a few ways. In March, for example, he is opening OVME in the Buckhead neighborhood. This will be a clinic that offers minimally invasive cosmetic surgery to area residents. He says his clinic will feature a secluded office in which he can do one-on-one consultations. It will also have a total of four private luxury rooms in which patients will be treated by him and his team.
In order to help patients, look and feel their best Dr. Mark McKenna installed all new technology at his OVME clinic. This will allow him to provide his patients with precise results so that they leave the clinic with the exact look they were hoping to achieve. This will be combined with his twenty years of experience in the industry, an all-star team he has put together, and his education in medicine he earned at the Tulane School of Medicine.
The really revolutionary part of OVME is the mobile app that will be launched along with the clinic. Dr. Mark McKenna thinks that cosmetic surgeons should start making house calls in order to appeal to more people. The mobile app will allow exactly that. His plan is to eventually have a national chain of clinics staffed with cosmetic surgeons. By using the app consumers can hook up with a local freelance practitioner who will go to them rather than the other way around. Visit This Page for more information.
As a philanthropist, Dr. Mark McKenna seeks out opportunities to help others in the community. He once had a business that sought to build low to middle-income housing in New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, back when he used to live there. In Atlanta, he has developed a partnership between OVME and the Make-a-Wish foundation. A percentage of the profits generated by OVME will be donated to this foundation so that they can meet their goal of helping critically ill children have their biggest wish come true.
His interest in medicine came from his father. He began to practice with him after he graduated from Tulane University Medical School. At the time, he had his eyes set on real estate more than his passion for medicine. This lead to the launch of McKenna Venture Investment, a boutique real estate development firm. He enjoyed success at a young age with the acquisition of Universal Mortgage Lending and Uptown Title Inc.