NeoCell hires health expert as brand educator

NeoCell hires health expert as brand educator

Mount served as NeoCell's health and fitness expert at Expo West and did additional projects for the company before being named brand educator.

NeoCell is pleased to announce the hiring of Tim Mount as brand educator for the California-based manufacturer of natural supplements for skin, anti-aging, beauty, joint health and overall wellness.

Mount has been working in the natural health field for more than a decade.

Mount has a bachelor's degree from San Diego State University as well as Certified Clinical Nutritionist and Clinical Master Herbalist diplomas from the Natural Healing Institute in Encinitas, Calif., where he now teaches sports and exercise nutrition.

In 2009, Mount started LiveLikeTim, an educational website where he informs and inspires people to set and achieve health and wellness goals.

Mount's first experience with NeoCell was when he received a sample of one of the company's collagen products to help heal a severely sprained ankle. He was so impressed with the results that he served as NeoCell's health and fitness expert at Expo West. Mount did additional projects for NeoCell until being named brand educator.

Mount is also a 2nd degree black belt in judo and has more than ten years of experience coaching mixed martial arts.

"Tim is a perfect fit for NeoCell because of his passion for healthy living, nutrition and overall wellness," said Jessica Mulligan, vice president of sales and marketing for NeoCell. "He lives it and breathes it and wants to share his firsthand knowledge and experience with others."

Mount will be responsible for helping to promote the benefits of NeoCell's popular Super Collagen line, as well as Collagen Sport, Resveratrol Antioxidant, Hyaluronic Acid Blueberry Liquid and others.


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