Arbonne is a 35 year old Swiss cosmetic and skincare company that sells its products through direct sales. Think a higher-end version of Avon. In spite of its price point and botanical blend formulations, Arbonne is a standard skincare line. I recently tried RE9 Advanced for Men, which includes an exfoliating wash ($30, 4 oz.), shave gel ($22, 5.7 oz.), post shave balm ($32, 3 oz.) and a SPF 20 moisturizer ($46, 2o oz.). After incorporating these products into my regime, I didnâ€™t find them to be any different than basic drugstore brands. The exfoliating wash was on the abrasive side due to the crushed walnut ingredients rather than being a delicate scrub. The shave gel had trouble lathering, but had a pleasant aroma due to its sweet almond oil. The post shave balm and moisturizer were neither good nor bad. The only major variation was the aromatic quality of Arbonneâ€™s products, although these fragrant oils can be irritating to people with sensitive skin. What I liked about Arbonne was the transparency of the company. Their website had extensive ingredient listings along with their function to a virtual tour of their corporate offices. I didnâ€™t find the cost of its products to be comparable to their efficacy. Arbonne is a high-priced yet plain skincare line with a direct sales approach.