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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.
Not a fan. Horrid smell. Smelled it and smeared a little on my hands. Wayyyyy too thick, yuck!1
SO upon getting this sample I just "cream skin protectant" and automatically thought it was for your hands. I learned a life lesson while using this product: always smell things first. I applied a small amount on my hands and was alarmed at how much it looked like maple syrup. Then I smelt it-to me it smelt like burnt bacon-I despise the smell! I work with animals and have to wash my hands so much that they get so dry. I was hoping this would help but the smell lingered and I had to wash it off. As I read the card with my samples listed on it I realized it says to use it on lips, cuticles and skin such as eyelids or eyebrows. At least I was semi-right to apply it to my hands but it was to thick it didn't rub in other then the area I dabbed onto my palm. I don't really understand this product since it can be applied to so many areas yet with how awful it smells I would NEVER want to try it on my lips or how thick it is I would NEVER apply to my eyelids or eyebrows in fear it would act like wax. Overall I just despise this product. Super bummed!1
I was really excited to see an Elizabeth Arden Product. That was until I tried it. Very disappointed. I've used Elizabeth Arden Product for years. Hopefully it was just a bad batch.1
This product is horrible. It's supposed to be mainly for lips but it smells extremely grosse, to the point of not being bearable, and pretty much has the texture and greasiness of car oil. You'd be better off buying petroleum jelly -- it's cheaper and doesn't smell nasty.1
I'm sorry but there is nothing I like about this product the texture the smell and the taste are all absolutely gross to me. Went right in the trash unfortunately.1
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