RYE BROOK, N.Y. -- Former star of the hit TV show Beverley Hills, 90210 Ian Ziering visited the fitness and fashion boutique LV2BFIT in Rye Brook's Rye Ridge Shopping Plaza on Wednesday afternoon to share exclusive Hollywood anti-aging tips with some of the stores patrons.
Fitness trainer and fashion enthusiast Patty Palmieri started LV2BFIT in October, which offers fashionable workout clothes for women. The event was set up by the boutique's public relations person Kris Ruby, who knows Ziering from her time in Los Angeles.
"You couldn't get two better brands to come together," Ruby said.
Ziering was on hand to demonstrate to LV2BFIT customers the products of a high-end cosmetics and anti-aging company called Nu Skin. According to Zeiring, Nu Skin is a grass roots movement that relies on Nobel Peace Prize winning technology to provide its customers with the highest quality products.
"I was always keeping my eye out for the latest and greatest products," Ziering said. "When Nu Skin came out with their cutting edge products it just blew me away."
Nu Skins products are not found in retail stores and the company does not put any money into advertising. Instead they rely on word of mouth and product demonstrations to distribute their product.
The company's latest product line called ageLOC works on a genetic level to make skin look and feel younger.
"Other products do a fantastic job of treating the outside of the skin, but ageLOC works on a deeper, genetic level," Ziering said.
Stacy Geisinger, of Bedford, is a friend of Palmieri's and a distributor, user and believer in the Nu Skin system.
"When I just started using the product my friend asked me if I had botox," Geisinger said. "What I really love about it is that it gets to the point, there's no fluff. It gets to the science and is really effective."
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