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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 have the most insanely dry skin ever. Really. So dry that every winter is a series of chapping and flaking and cracked fingertips that hurt like you cannot believe. So when I say "This stuff works", you can believe it really, truly works.
Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream is the first product I have ever used that not only moisturizes my red, sore, cracked hands, it even keeps them moisturized all day so healing can finally happen. I have tried a bazillion different products, from expensive department store brands to cheap drug store ones. And none of them comes even close to the healing, moisturizing ability of this cream for my hands. It also worked beautifully on chapped lips, dry cheeks, and even eczema skin patches.
Yeah, it smells a little funky. But the scent grows on you after awhile, and I don't care if it is an odd odor since my fingertips and cuticles are no longer cracked for the first time since...I can't remember when. :)
This is a great product! I have such dry skin, cuticles, hands, and feet and after using this sample prodect I felt like it did what it said it would. 8 hours of protection and moisture. Yes the smell is not fruity or flowery but I take doing the job intended for over scent any day.5
I love this stuff! I put a small dab on a chronic dry spot on my elbow, and it completely healed it overnight. It has done the same to dry areas of my feet. It works wonderfully on dry cuticles and chapped lips. I'm ordering it now because I'm sure there are dozens of other ways I could use it. Also, I've barely made a dent in the sample. You only need a very small dab, so I know the tube will probably last for years!5
This is a very unique product, i have used it on a paper cut, on my dry lips, and on my hands. It is effective al the way around. A great utilitary product to keep on hand.5
I am going on vacation and I am really excited to see if it helps combat the sea water/sun burn.5
Great product. I use it as chapstick, as a face primer, as face moisturiser, everything! This one product has replaced about 3 of my products because it has so many different uses. At first I was worried about the texture of the product and the smell but i came to love it. I dont have a problem with the smell anymore and it has done wonders for my skin. Great product and a great one to have included my Birchbox. Highly recommend it to everyone no matter your skin type!5
This hand cream works wonders. It repaired my chapped hands with one sample. The smell is ok, but the benefits of using it definitely outweigh the smell.5
I have a horrible time with dry hands in the winter, so the only word that came to mind when I used this product was RELIEF! I don't think I can ever go back to ordinary hand lotion. Thankfully, a little goes a long way.5
Love this salve. The name is very misleading as it is not a cream; it is a SALVE, but a great salve. I used on my cuticles, lips and a small dry patch on my cheek. And a little goes a long way. Loved so much that I couldn't wait for Birchbox to get the product back in stock that I went and purchased at a department store. This is a great product for year around patchy dryness- your heels in the Summer, dry patches in the Winter, and lips and cuticles year round. This is a keeper.5
This cream is more like an ointment so I used it sparingly on some dry patches and it worked beautifully - I've been rubbing into my cuticles and they have stopped peeling, too.
This is a product I would use sparingly all through the winter