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Elizabeth Arden’s apricot-hued cream is such a classic, we think it deserves a display in the Smithsonian. Developed in 1930 by the beauty maven herself, the award-winning formula enjoyed instant global success and has never gone out of style. The creamy, multi-purpose salve not only hydrates dry skin, it adds shine to lips and lids, tames unruly brows, conditions cuticles, and even soothes minor scrapes and sunburns.
The ingredient list on this product is terrible - and not cheap. There are plenty of better products out on the market for a lot less.1
This smelled terrible! The texture was far too thick and greasy. I prefer something a little lighter and truly unscented.1
The formula works nicely, but it smells awful. My hands felt a little oily, but that was fine. The smell was just honestly unbearable.1
I'm not a fan of the texture or smell of this product. I used it on the dry skin under my nose and my lips after a cold I had. It didn't help at all.1
This product left my hands feeling very greasy. I didn't like it at all. It smelled a little too. I felt like I was rubbing motor oil on my hands1
Didn't feel like this product was relevant to me at all although it feels like it might work for other people1
I was excited to try out this product despite how small the sample bottle was. The product came out very thick and when I tried applying it to my lips, it was extremely sticky. The smell was so awful that I had to take it off and it did little to moisturize my lips. I would not suggest this product for the lips if you want a cream that is smooth.1
This is just nasty, can't imagine using this as a moisturizer. Just gross.1
Really weird product, like stinky orange vaseline, sorry1
I am not a fan of this product. It felt extremely greasy and it has a very "medical" smell to it.1