So, I'm an equal opportunity beauty product user. When looking under my bathroom sink, you'll find an array of just about every kind of product you thought existed. I don't believe in crossing off any one kind of product from being under there, unless it of course scours my face or burns my skin. My daily face-cleansing regimen consists of a number of different branded products which have each been given a fair trial and have passed a rigorous testing period. Which brings me to the reason that I'm writing about this in the first place. I've decided to subject myself to a line of products by which are all of the same brand. The line is Arbonne--a Swiss formulated skin-care line that's got everything I now know I need. A couple of months ago, a good friend of mine took her product raving to the next level, which was that of introducing me to the very line of products themselves. Fairly hesitant, I followed her to an informational meeting about the stuff (yup, it was going through my head too..."oh no, it's one of those!"), so that I would have the opportunity to test them out for myself and see what all the hype was about. I wasn't interested in selling Mary Kay in my living room, and I wasn't about to have some product-pushin' party in my kitchen either. I couldn't have been more wrong. The RE9 products are facial crack. Although my cleanser has been, and continues to do it's job oh-so-well--always leaving me without a blemish in sight--I think I forgot about the fact that your face needs a little life and glow to it. Immediately my face was lit. Not in a grease-slick sorta way, but in a real "I'm so healthy I look like I'm 16" sort of way. I knew I needed that freshness everyday and lost sleep over the idea of returning the trial-time set. Not only that, but the line is dedicated to the non-use of mineral oil (which hello, congests my skin so badly I don't know what hit it), and Ph-correct formulas (yes ladies, Ph-correct. Not Ph-balanced). Who knew that one whole line could set your face so straight, so quickly? Not only that, but I shared the men's line with the other half. I don't like to put his business out there (well at least not more than a few times a day), but you don't know what it means to have met a good product line until your man calls you begging to order more shaving cream. But that's another story. Well anyway, today I met with her and made my first order. I'm counting down the three short days until it gets here, and I can hardly wait. Got questions? Ask away. I'd be happy to turn you into an addict too.