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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 am so happy Birchbox carries this cream now, I've always had to get it from Amazon. You read so many amazing reviews of this cult classic and don't believe how great it is until you've tried it. It's heavy, on doubt about it, but worth it. With these harsh NYC winters, I put it on almost every night over serum, and although it's thick, by morning your skin will guaranteed be softer than any other moisturizer. But it gets better: use it on your hands, cuticles, feet. Not sticky, and no bad smell.5
I've struggled with eczema and this heals it! I dab it on my forehead and night and viola! It's also amazing used as a night time foot cream for dry cracked heels4
I was surprised how thick and greasy this was. I thought it would be a face lotion type cream. I think it is for very chapped times. For lips when they are very chapped. It is very expensive. Quality but I think it should be renamed.2
It's a great product. It does moisturize and everything is says it will do. My only problem is I bought the product thinking it would be a cream..like it said, but it actually is more of a Vaseline than a lotion or cream so it's oily. I use it at night rather than during the day because it is oily and gets everywhere if you aren't cautious.4
I think it does what its says. Not an everyday product for me so I kinda forget about it. Super strong.
I bought this with some hesitation, because it seemed a little too good to be true. However, I am so happy I did! I love it! I use it all the time- lips, elbows, face, feet..pretty much all over. I also use a retinoic acid product on my face and it leaves my skin flaky- and this is perfect as a moisturizer. I'm always raving about how great it and often tell my friends about using it. Elizabeth Arden makes timeless products and this is one of them. With winter coming up I will buy a few - also a great stocking stuffers or for the holidays or 'just because gifts'5
This product does it all! Lips, dry patches, taming hair flyaways, cuticles- the list goes on and on. I really enjoy this the most on my lips during the cooler and drier months. I highly recommend this product. While you may think it is a little pricey, it lasts for ever.5
I ALWAYS have a hard time with chapped lips...no matter HOW much serums, etc. I put on! BUT with this, seriously, over night, they were smoothed and ready for lipstick. The smell on this stuff is kinda strong, not super pleasant BUT considering its been a beauty staple for 70+ years, I can get over that! I've also used it on my cuticles, and hands. I'm a fan!4
I love this product! A little goes a long way and there are so many ways to use it. I use it daily on my lips and I like to add whatever product is left to my cuticles. It's too gooey to use as a normal moisturizer so I'll apply it to areas that need some extra moisture before going to sleep. I also use it for "no makeup" days, I'll put a tiny bit on my eyelids, above my cheekbones and on my lips. If I want a dewy look I'll add a very small amount to a cream blush and use it on my cheeks, lips and sometimes as an eyeshadow, it looks very natural and pretty, like you just went running through a field (minus the running and the allergies).5
I first tried the product on my lips, which was way too sticky and thick for that purpose. It's also too sticky as a moisturizer (even on hands). However, it does work well on cuticles as well as heels.3