These four re­mark­able women are liv­ing proof of Avroy Shlain Cos­met­ics’ in­cred­i­ble busi­ness op­por­tu­nity. As the na­tion cel­e­brates Women’s Month, we cel­e­brate our own he­roes who em­power and change the lives of many ev­ery day

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - CATWALK BRIDE -


As a young stay-at-home mom, Louisa started sell­ing Avroy Shlain to make ex­tra money. Now, 39 years later, she has found her pas­sion in de­vel­op­ing women with a lack of self-es­teem and help­ing them to be­come beau­ti­ful, con dent lead­ers. Louisa pro­vides her area distrib­u­tors with the train­ing they need to suc­ceed, as well as teach­ing them valu­able life skills, like how to solve prob­lems, work with money and reach goals. Louisa is one of Avroy Shlain’s most suc­cess­ful re­gional di­rec­tors, win­ning an Ed­u­ca­tion for Life award from the Di­rect Sell­ing As­so­ci­a­tion of South Africa for her suc­cess­ful train­ing academy.


Mau­reen has been with Avroy Shlain for 17 years. In this time, she has earned her­self a rep­u­ta­tion as a trend­set­ter and busi­ness­woman. Where pre­vi­ously she worked as clerk in a govern­ment de­part­ment, as an area dis­trib­u­tor, Mau­reen in­stils the power of change in women’s lives by recog­nis­ing their po­ten­tial and de­vel­op­ing them into smart, suc­cess­ful lead­ers. ‘Avroy Shlain is not just a busi­ness; it’s a life­style. It’s the rst thing in ev­ery­thing I do,’ she says.


Mokgadi’s dream was to pro­vide her chil­dren with a house and a brighter fu­ture. Her cir­cum­stances were dif cult and she wanted more from her life for her­self and her fam­ily. Since be­com­ing an area dis­trib­u­tor for Avroy Shlain, she has been able to pro­vide her chil­dren with bet­ter ed­u­ca­tional op­por­tu­ni­ties. Mokgadi now sees her­self as not only a mother, sis­ter and wife but also a suc­cess­ful busi­ness­woman. Cur­rently liv­ing in a new home, Mokgadi’s chil­dren are set for a pos­i­tive fu­ture.


Tsholo has al­ways been pas­sion­ate about cos­met­ics, but when she joined Avroy Shlain, her life be­gan to change. Af­ter just three months as a group man­ager, Tsholo was able to pay off her daugh­ter’s full univer­sity tu­ition, of­fer­ing her a brighter, more em­pow­ered fu­ture. Tsholo also trains mem­bers of her com­mu­nity to be self­em­ployed en­trepreneurs. She val­ues Avroy Shlain for its abil­ity to make a dif­fer­ence in tar­get­ing un­em­ploy­ment in South Africa.

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