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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 couldn't get passed the horrible smell of this product. Definitely not something I will ever use. I might give it a try if it didn't smell so bad.1
If you can get over the strong old lady smell to even try it, it's like Vaseline. I'll stick with my Aquaphor, thanks.1
the texture is gross.... thats all there is to it. hate this
went in trash
This could be a nice product if you have extremely chapped and dry skin. However, it had a terrible smell and was very greasy.1
My sample smells toxic--like it was reclaimed from the dregs of an oil refinery. The jelly-like ointment is streaked with orange. It it something I would NEVER choose to put on my skin, and definitely nowhere near my face, as recommended.1
The smell was awful. It reminded me of a doctor/dentist office. The texture is like Vaseline or aquaphor. I just can't get over the smell. Would not recommend. Sorry!1
this smells so incredibly bad! I put it on my. hand first to try and I couldn't get past the smell. its so bad I don't even want to try using it for anything. Just not for me1
I haven't had much experience with Elizabeth Arden, but I was excited to see an EA product in my sample box. I do tend to have very dry lips during the fall and winter, so I immediately applied it to my lips, and right off I was completely turned off by the scent, I do not care for it at all. I've had the product on my lips for about an hour and I can't really see the difference between this and chap stick honestly.1
My lips are starting to get winter chapped, and I was excited to try this since it claimed to be great even on burns. Maybe I would use it for a burn, but on my lips it was horrible! It instantly gave my whole mouth a terrible taste, and even when I breathed in I felt like it burned my throat. Very disappointed.1
I am not sure how this got to be a cult classic or is called a cream. I went to use it and it was more like a gel that smelled very chemically. I put it on my face, (wanting to give it a try) and it made my face feel instantly gross. I had to wash it 3 times to get all of the residue off of it and not to mention how it made my hands smell.