About Carmen Murray: Carmen has 5 children ranging in age from 20 to 6. She is a homeschooling mom, and has a passion for health, nutrition, and wellness, which was focused primarily on her family at first, but has now expanded to helping other people feel as great as they can and be the best version of themselves possible. Though her degrees are in political science, french literature, and philosophy, she has spent the last 15 years researching the best ways to make and keep herself and her family healthy. She has explored many holistic principles, such as homeopathy, essential oils, Weston-Price principles, ayuverdic medicine, etc., and she believes Arbonne to be a perfect complement to her family’s holistic and green way of life.
About Arbonne: Arbonne was founded in 1980 by Peter Morck, who had a passion for nature, which led him to develop botanically based products around the philosophy of pure, safe, and beneficial. Arbonne is all about being green — always has been and always will be.
From botanically based ingredients to forward-looking green improvements, being earth friendly has everything to do with who Arbonne is and how they choose to grow. More than just grounded in green values, Arbonne is putting them into action. Arbonne is taking “pure, safe and beneficial” to the next level through their efforts to match the purity of their ingredients with the earth friendliness of their packaging. So what’s good on the inside is also good on the outside. Arbonne products contain: no gluten, no animal products or byproducts, no formaldehyde-donating preservatives, no mineral oil, no paba’s, no phthalates, no petrolatum, no benzene, no parabens, no artificial colors, flavors, fragrances or sweeteners.
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