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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 was excited to try this product as my skin is super dry from the winter. I'm not crazy about the smell, but it works really well on my hands/cuticles.4
This is a classic and amazing product from the Arden line! It has a variety of uses and is effective in many different ways! men and women alike can use this product and see great results. Dry and chapped hands or skin? This is the product for you! The odor and consistency might seem a little offputting at first, but the results are worth it.4
I really don't like the smell! I rarely have dry skin, so I tried this product on the bottom of my feet and it definitely made them so smooth and moisturized! I don't know if I would use it anywhere else though; it feels too heavy.4
I have very sensitive skin. In the winter months, I have rough, dry patches on my upper arms. I smoothed this thick, waxy cream onto my skin and have already noticed a difference. While it smells a bit medicinal, it's great at smoothing away rough patches. Once I'm through my samples, I may be purchasing!4
Elizabeth Arden has been a name in beauty products since long before I was born, and while I really liked this cream, I much prefer to have sunscreen in my face products. Sunspot and wrinkle protection outweigh a luxurious "feel" every day of the week.4
I have super dry skin and this is great stuff for the windy winter months. Don't know if the thickness would be the best for the hot/humid summer, but nice for now!!4
This isn't a great moisturizer, but it works well on protecting recent rope burns.4
I tried this and it worked okay, but I always think of Elizabeth Arden as a brand for much older women - which I'm not.4
I recently bought a new face cream, so I put this cream in my bag to use during the day on my hands and cuticles. It was wonderful. I have really dry hands that I am constantly having to moisturize, and this did the trick4
This product worked well on my dry winter skin, but the smell is a little strong. I also would never wear this during the day. It's too greasy. I just put it on before I went to bed. Overall, I think Vaseline is still my less pricey dry skin cure.4