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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.
I've recently been turned on to using oils such as aragan oil for my nightly and daily moisturizer so I was excited to try this. However, I was very disappointed with this. It was way to thick and had a really odd smell. I kept rechecking the packaging to make sure it was actually supposed to be a facial cream and not a foot or maybe body cream. But again the thickness was only half the problem, the smell is not great. Won't be using this again.1
This stuff was smelly, yucky, greasy and gross.
This product may have worked well for my great-grandma, but it is not for me.
I thought I would never get it washed off!!! Ewwwww!!
Sorry to say but this was about the worst thing I've ever put on my face. Greasy & stinky...reminded me of tar! Couldn't wait to wash it off. Samples went in the trash.1
I wasn't sure what to do with this but I used it on my elbows which are really dry and it totally grossed me out - from the smell to the texture of it. I would never use it again.1
Smell of the product was very unpleasant. Weird feeling too1
It's a bit greasy feeling & I don't really care for the smell. Overall, just not for me.1
This was like putting vasilene mixed with honey on my face. It was so heavy I felt like I was greasing my face. On of my least favoriates.1
I didn't really like this product. That's not to say it is a bad product, it just doesn't work for me, and here's why. It's not really a cream, more like an ointment consistency. I put some on my hands which get pretty dry, and it was sort of sticky like neosporin, and it didn't smell "good", it smelled like Lanolin, which is one of the ingredients in it. I tried to wash it off after that, using soap and warm water, and my hands still smelled and felt like the cream. If you're looking for serious dry skin relief that lasts, I'm sure this would work, but it was too much for me.1
Before sampling, I had heard that this was some sort of miracle-cream. This stuff smells disgusting. It's like band-aids and hospitals and death all rolled into one sticky ointment. I wouldn't want to use this even if I were burned and this stuff was the only ointment available. Awful. Really awful.1
This product smells, looks and works exactly like A&D ointment. I do not recommend it. Also, the product labeling is very misleading. I was under the impression it was a face and body moisturizer. It is completely oily and there is no way this stuff would be safe to smear all over your face. Maybe for very dried and chapped skin. But the label needs to make that clear. Regardless, it’s A&D ointment that you could purchase at a fraction of the cost in a drug store.1