For more than 40 years, Nature’s Sunshine has been recognised as the industry standard for high-quality supplements. Now, backed by scientific discovery and supported by our world-renowned manufacturing expertise, Nature’s Sunshine is changing the way that herbal and nutritional supplements are developed. Through the Hughes Center for Research and Innovation, we are advancing the science of feeling better.
Nature’s Sunshine began with a single, innovative idea: put herbs into capsules to make easy-to-take supplements. This simple idea revolutionised and gave rise to the herbal and nutritional supplement market that we know today. Founded in 1972 by the Hughes family, Nature’s Sunshine has grown into a global organisation sharing transformative supplements with health-conscious individuals around the world.
Outfitted with state-of-the-art instrumentation and combining the skills of accomplished scientists, researchers and medical professionals, The Hughes Center for Research and Innovation creates a unique environment in which to pursue scientific discovery and advancement, and it will become the hub of Nature’s Sunshine’s new product development. Utilising advanced technology to verify the identity, purity and potency of individual constituents, our staff will work to discover synergistic combinations of ingredients and create unique formulations that will undergo clinical studies to confirm their safety and efficacy.
Nature's Sunshine travels the world to inspect our suppliers' facilities and processes to ensure the highest quality natural ingredients are harvested and handled to protect key essential nutrients. Then, we verify each ingredient’s true beneficial potential.
The staff science team formulates our products with a relentless commitment to ingredient purity and potency. That’s why our customers trust Nature’s Sunshine natural products to deliver proven, repeatable results. Nature'Sunshine makes and packages their products in their own facility, under conditions and guidelines that meet the most stringent global regulations.