“As a professional skin care brand sold via licensed estheticians, we believe it is vital that we support those who have the desire to enter this exciting industry," said Dr. Ahmed Abdullah, founder and lead formulator of the Lexli line of aloe vera skin care.
FARGO, N.D. (PRWEB) September 26, 2019
Lexli International, the premier line of aloe vera skin care, is proud to announce the latest recipient of a Lexli Esthetics Scholarship. Heather Rydell of Fairmount, ND, a student in the esthetics program at Josef’s School of Hair, Skin & Body in Fargo, ND, has been selected to receive a $500 award, along with a Lexli Professional Introduction Kit, valued at more than $500, which provides products and materials to help Ms. Rydell build her business when she becomes a licensed esthetician later this year.
“The Lexli scholarship is appreciated not only because it will help me pay for school, but also because the products I receive will help me treat clients with multiple skin disorders when I begin my career,” said Ms. Rydell.
Lexli introduced its Esthetics Scholarship program in 2017 as a way to support those training for a career in the growing esthetics industry. Through the program, Lexli annually awards two $500 scholarships exclusively to students at Josef’s School of Hair, Skin & Body, as well as one $1,000 scholarship offered nationally. To apply, aspiring estheticians who are already enrolled in an accredited program must complete a scholarship application and submit a personal video or essay that highlights their philosophy toward skin care and/or their vision for the future of the esthetics industry. A judging panel, comprised of veteran licensed estheticians, physicians and members of the Lexli executive team, looks for applicants who demonstrate a passion for skin care and the talent to be a leader in the field.
“The esthetics industry is expected to continue experiencing impressive growth well into the foreseeable future as individuals increasingly view the services of estheticians as essential to their health and wellbeing, versus an occasional luxury,” said Dr. Ahmed Abdullah, founder and lead formulator of the Lexli line of aloe vera skin care. “While there is no shortage of individuals with the passion to become an esthetician, unfortunately, the cost of training can sometimes be a roadblock. As a professional skin care brand sold via licensed estheticians, we believe it is vital that we support those who have the desire to enter this exciting industry.”
Samantha Nelson an instructor at Josef’s School of Hair, Skin & Body, explains that the Esthetics Scholarship Program is another important element of Josef’s relationship with Lexli. “Through this partnership, our students have the opportunity to utilize Lexli products in their training and during clients services, while learning first-hand from Dr. Abdullah during his visits to our school,” she said. “The scholarship has supported several of our students in their dream of becoming a licensed esthetician.”
Lexli is currently accepting applications for its upcoming scholarship awards. Full scholarship details and the application form can be found at http://www.lexli.com/scholarship/.
Founded in 1996 by Dr. Ahmed Abdullah, a board-certified plastic surgeon and noted aloe researcher, Lexli is the premier line of aloe vera skin care products. The company offers a full-range of advanced solutions for daily skin maintenance, specific skin concerns and the signs of aging, including AloeGlyC®, the advanced facial glycolic acid exfoliator; Lightening Lift, a unique aloe vera face mask; and the Acne Kit, one of the most potent and comprehensive acne treatments available over-the-counter.
Lexli products are sold by licensed skin care professionals throughout the United States and in select countries worldwide, as well as online at the Lexli website.