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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 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
This is nice and moisturizing, but seems a little greasy to use anywhere other than your lips. The smell is also not too appealing. Overall nice to use as an overnight lip product.4
I use 8 hour cream for many reasons, as an around the eye moisturizer, lip balm, spot treatment for flaky skin, cuticles, fly away hairs. Occasionally, when my skin is extra dry, I will use it as an intense moisturizing treatment applying to my entire face. In a pinch, it can also double as an eye makeup remover and a hand cream. It does have a greasy, vaseline like texture BUT it does not cause breakouts (I break out easily). I always have a tube on hand.4
This product works well as a sking protectant from sun/wind, great for days spent outdoors.4
Just started using Elizabeth Arden again and I Love this product it is wonderfully healing. Used to use this many years ago and I missed it love the container.4
I've been using this for years! It's become a beauty staple of mine that I can't live without! I put it on my lips at night and wake to a perfectly soft and moisturized pout! I also use it on my dry feet and ankles, as well as a few beauty tricks. This stuff really is quite versatile!4
When I saw this in my Birch Box, I immediately thought of my very dry cracked heels. They are the worst in the summer and are so embarrassing! I got two samples in my box and took them to action. I put the product on my heels, than threw on some socks and hoped that magic would happen. It did! When I took the socks off, my heels felt and looked SO much better. I was so impressed. I would love to buy this full size product soon for beautiful feet year around!4
i actually have a larger sample of this from something i bought at elizabeth arden and it has lasted forever on my nighstand as my nightly hand cream. the smell is a bit bizarre as is the fact that it is sort of greasy. i wouldn't even dream of using it at any time other than at night but it is ok for a nightime treamtnet4
I am cracking up at all the reviews regarding this product as a moisturizer. It is WAY too oily to be put on your face- period! I use this for my lips and for minor scrapes. I find this stuff to heal my ear piercings after wearing irritating earrings much faster than neosporin or products of the like. And of course my lips are baby soft after a night of having this on my lips.4
8 Hour Cream was my go-to nighttime lip balm for YEARS. Simply put - it just works. I'd wake up with lips that felt smooth, soft, and healed (my lips tend to peel a lot during the day, annoyingly). Even the smell didn't bother me. BUT. I do have to admit. After ignoring this stuff for a while and then going back to it, the smell suddenly IS a bit much for me. Luckily, they make a fragrance free version, which is pretty much genius. But regardless of the scent you try, it's pretty easy to see why this is such a constant staple in so many makeup artists' kits.4