Arbonne skin care review


arbonne skin care


I don’t normally write about skincare (which is ironic really considering I am a qualified beauty therapist).  However every now and then I discover something that I want to share with your all and this is one of those!!

It is totally fair to say that I am a little bit obsessed with my daily skin care routine.  You know those desert island questions, where if you were stranded you could only keep one thing???  Mine would be my moisturiser – actually my whole skincare range if that was allowed.  I can not stand the feeling of dry, tight skin.

I remember way before I even reached my teens my mum teaching me about washing my face with a ‘special soap’ and adding a moisturiser.  That routine has stuck with me for life.

There are so many products on the market these days that it’s often really hard to know which one is best.  Once I find a good one, I usually stick with for a while, but so often we need a change – usually due to ageing, climate, seasons etc.  That was me a few months ago and I stumbled upon Arbonne.


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A friend mentioned it to me after I was complaining that the heater was drying out my skin and I felt like a old prune.  I was a bit sceptical at first as I’ve never used a product that you can’t buy in a salon before.  This one is catalogue only!  None the less she convinced me to give it a try.  I started with a months worth of the full anti-ageing range (depressing that I’ve reached that stage already).  So I had a cleaner, toner, renewal serum, eye-cream and a day and night moisturiser.

Without sounding cliched – I fell in love with the entire range (so much so I swapped the kids onto it too).  The cleanser foams up really well in the shower and leaves skin feeling squeaky clean and the toner is a spray!!  No need for those annoying cotton wool discs.  The entire range smelt beautiful, and kind of citrusy, which I love because it feels more natural.  The moisturisers was absolutely wonderful and lasted all day without me getting the horrible tight and dry feeling.  I also loved the fact that my make up sits perfectly on top of it without it leaving me feeling too greasy.

The kids range is fabulous too and I have to say the nappy cream is one of the best I’ve ever used.  It has a lovely smell, and although it goes on thick and white like a lot of creams it sinks in pretty quickly and doesn’t leave you with cream all over your fingers!  I also love the sun cream and have been using it on my face every day too.

So if you’d like to learn more about Arbonne from the experts, then feel free to contact my consultant Sania on mrs.saady@icloud.com .  She is really lovely and delivers the products straight to your door for no extra cost.  Another bonus.

Do you have a favourite product that you just can not live without??


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4 Comments on Arbonne skin care review

  1. Amanda @ Cooker and a Looker
    August 8, 2014 at 4:58 pm (1 month ago)

    My fav product? Dermalogica daily microfoliant. I will never exfoliate any other way again!

    Reply
    • robyndebeer@mac.com
      August 8, 2014 at 7:52 pm (1 month ago)

      Dermalogica was the very first product that I ever trained on. It’s awesome!! xx

      Reply
  2. Emily @ Have A Laugh On Me
    August 8, 2014 at 7:41 pm (1 month ago)

    You don’t want to know about my skin routine, it’s basically a 2 in 1 foaming cleanser and toner! Then moisturiser – shocking I know! x

    Reply
    • robyndebeer@mac.com
      August 8, 2014 at 7:51 pm (1 month ago)

      At least you don’t wash your face with a bar of soap Em. I’ve have to put my fingers in my ears and say bla bla bla bla if you said that!! LOL xx

      Reply

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