The healing properties of Aloe are not lost on Dr. Abdullah who founded Lexli skin care based on his belief that aloe, and not water, should be the basis of his entire line. 100% pharmaceutical grade aloe is a known anti-inflammatory that they believe stimulates collagen, fights wrinkles, and leaves skin glowing.

They’re also incredibly confident as evidenced by their 100% money back guarantee.

If Proactiv and other breakout solvers left your face needing a little more help, Lexli’s acne line gives a more stable, in-depth solution while adding hydration to the surface of the skin so it doesn’t dry out. I found their Clarifying Lotion to magically shrink and reverse breakouts within days without drying my skin whatsoever.

Their all-purpose show stopper is AloeGlyC, a combination of Glycolic Acid, L-Ascorbic Acid (vitamin c), and potent Aloe to exfoliate the top layer of the skin revealing the new, vibrant skin underneath. AloeGlyC is a blend of both active and gentle ingredients that deliver visible results for all skin types because bringing new skin to the surface improves the look of skin in general.

Although their focus seems to be their acne treatments, the products for normal to dry skin are also quite good and very gentle. I could see most skin types in the Aloe-Based Night Moisturizer because of its silky texture and grease-free hydration. I also like the  Aloe-Based Sunscreen Spray SPF 15- a must for those who avoid sunscreen because of their often heavy feel. Keep this light-as-water spray in your car year round to use on your neck and hands before driving to avoid the sun exposure that inevitably turns into spots.


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  1. Hooked On Beauty says:

    I had the same question. No, they sell to licensed professionals only. They did market that way for a few years, but changed it back to selling through dr's only.

  2. But do you have to buy it through a 'dealer' like Mary Kay? From what I know, it's one of those companies.

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