Janae Mitchell


#1 Jul 14, 2006
Has anyone used Arbonne products, such as the Babe Care (ABC) line or the NutriminC RE9 Body Care System? I, and several others, have had great results from Arbonne and I am trying to gather as much information as I can to take to local Dermatologists/Pediatricians. You can email me at [email protected] to let me know & see my results or you can visit my website . Thank you in advance for your help!
Allison Sullivan

Mount Washington, KY

#2 Jul 17, 2006
Hi Janae! My sponsor had eczema and sent me this letter regarding arbonne:

October 28, 2005

Becki Barns, ENVP
Arbonne International

Dear Becki-
I have been practicing pediatrics for fifteen years. General skin care, rashes, and the very common skin problem, eczema, are all a large part of the practice of pediatrics. Until recently, I recommended a mild liquid cleanser and lotion of the parentsÂ’ choice, as long as they avoided fragrances. For eczema, I recommended a heavy cream or lotion that was quite occlusive. These were either mineral oil or petroleum based. In addition, topical steroids were frequently necessary. In recent years, two non-steroid creams have come available for the treatment of eczema, and I have relied heavily on these. I dramatically changed my recommendations for skin care several months ago.

I was introduced to the Arbonne Baby Care products quite by accident. I was aware that they were available, but had no intention of using or suggesting their use until I began to learn more about the deleterious effects of mineral oil on the skin. Still unconvinced, it took seeing a patient of mine who has eczema make a dramatic improvement off of the medications I had prescribed, using only the Arbonne Baby Care products. Seeing this child no longer require topical steroids or Elidel, I became convinced to give it a try. After seeing dozens of children with horrible skin use these products and see drastic improvements, I can unreservedly recommend them. I have seen child after child no longer require topical steroids or Elidel. I have seen child after child go from having rough, itchy, easily irritated skin, to having soft and smooth skin. I have had only two children out of the literally dozens that I have recommended the product to in the last four months who have not seen an improvement. While this is certainly not a double bind, placebo controlled, multi-center trial, it has been more than enough to change my practice recommendations. These results are personal experience in my practice, and Arbonne cannot guarantee that everyone who uses these products will see the same results, but I am personally very impressed with the results.

My routine recommendation is to wash the child (of any age, not just infants) with the Arbonne Baby Care Wash. Follow this with the ABC oil. Because this oil is not made with mineral oil, but natural safflower, sunflower, jojoba and shea butter oils, the oil is not occlusive. It soaks into the skin quickly, allows the skin to breathe, and does not clog pores. If baths are given at night, I recommend the ABC lotion the following morning before dressing. The ABC Herbal Diaper Rash Cream and Sunscreen (6 months and over) are also wonderful products.

I not only wholeheartedly recommend these products to my patients; I make them available to them in my office. Seeing the tremendous results that I have, I feel that I could do nothing but this.


Kala Haiduk Sigler, MD, FAAP
Jeffrey G. Berry, M.D.
1111 North Lee, Suite 343
Oklahoma City, OK 73103

Good luck with your pediatrician!
Francis Douglas

Yukon, OK

#3 Jul 31, 2006
You might want to read up on Arbonne just a bit more. Check out this site.

Woodland Hills, CA

#5 Dec 26, 2006

Fayetteville, AR

#9 Dec 31, 2013
You don't have to go through a consultant to purchase Arbonne's ABC Baby Care Line! Diana is definitely misguiding you and is being dishonest. You can order them on Arbonne's website, . You're able to receive a discount if you pay the $100 fee to become a consultant which is well worth it! 35% discount on all purchases along with other great beneficial deals.

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