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Arbonne...RE9 Skin Care Review

And a deal for YOU! Just wait until the end, and I'll give you all the deets on the deal Claire is offering you!

A few months ago, I was lamenting ALL OVER twitter about how awful my skin was, when an email arrived in my inbox from Claire, offering to send me Arbonne's RE9 Anti-aging Skin Care line. Now, I had never heard of Arbonne before, so Claire also sent along some Arbonne info.

Here's what she had to tell me:

Our products are formulated in Switzerland, which is a great thing, because the safety standards for skin care and health and wellness products are much higher there than in North America, by far!! Our products are hypoallergenic, PH correct, opthamologist and pediatrician tested. 
Just as important as what we use in our products, is what we don't use.  Our products are formulated without: 
  • Parabens
  • Petroleum products
  • Mineral Oils
  • Artificial fragrance, sweeteners, colors or fragrances
  • Animal Products or By-Products
  • Formaldehyde donating preservatives
  • Gluten
  • Saturated and Trans Fats
Wow, huh? I was also informed that Arbonne's products are able to get to the cellular level of your skin to repair and protect! 

When I received my Arbonne products, I'll admit that I was a little overwhelmed by the 5 steps. Gah...5 steps when I wasn't even in the habit of washing my face twice a day?! Claire reassured me that yes, there are 5 steps but they take mere seconds to apply! A bit skeptical, I numbered the bottoms of all of my bottles, to be sure I was using them in the correct order, and I set off upon my Arbonne experience.

Guys? She was right!! The longest step is the washing your face part, the rest of the steps take, literally, seconds to apply!

She warned me that my skin might detox for a couple of weeks, and it did, indeed, do some detoxing (breakouts)...thankfully she had warned me of this, or I might have stopped using it all, fear not the detox! It is your skin getting rid of all the junk that has built up!

Within a few days I could notice a difference in my skin...the fine lines were disappearing, my skin felt smoother, softer...CLEANER. And by a week, my husband said, "Your skin is looking really good!"...I loved that someone besides ME was noticing the difference!

I definitely have my favorite products...I love the facial wash, the eye creme (I'm out! Must order...), and the toner...I also have the Cellular Renewal Masque that I love. 

Now...are you ready to hear your "deal" from Claire??? I thought so. ;) 

From now until January 31st you will get: 1.  10% off all orders.
2.  Claire will pay your preferred client sign up fee ($20) with a minimum order of $150.  With that order you will get: 
   20% off their order
   20% off any orders for the next year  
   One free product worth up to $50 from Arbonne to thank you for becoming a preferred client.  
   That would be up to $200 worth of product for only $120!

What a deal, huh??? To place your order visit Arbonne to decide what you'd like, then contact Claire at: clairedonison (at) live (dot) ca 

These deals are a special just through Claire, so if you order off the website, the specials won't be available there, just email her at the above email address to nab your deal!
She is fabulous about answering questions, so don't hesitate to ask!

***Disclaimer: Claire provided me with the RE9 set to review, all opinions are mine and I was not compensated for a positive review. Over 'n out.


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  2. I used to use their products ages ago.... now you have me wanting to try them again!

    1. Hi Aleta! If you used and loved the Re9 ages ago, you'll be pleasantly surprised at how much better they are now!! If you like, shoot me an email at and I can fill you in on the details, as well as an awesome special I have running until the end of January! Thanks for commenting! Claire


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