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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 would never spend money on this product. The first ingredients are petroleum, mineral oil and lanolin. Lanolin does not have a pleasant smell AT ALL but by itself its a great moisturizer. If you wanna save money, but some vaseline, baby oil and lanolin, mix it up and add your favorite essential oil. Seriously...people pay actually money for this stuff?1
although i could totally see the moisturizing properties of this product and i think as far as a multi-tasker it is pretty great, the smell reminded me of old women and the consistency was just too thick and greasy.3
I was excited to try this product and was totally disappointed. It smells terrible and is incredibly thick, sticky and greasy. I ended up throwing the sample away.1
I have excema/sensitive skin and this product did not provide a protective or moisturizing barrier. Instead it left a filmy and greasy finish. I was very disappointed with the results.1
It's actually a pretty good product... not a fan of the scent though. However, I find it's pretty useful to have around during winter times, especially since I get really dry knuckles and cuticles. I apply the cream and then put on gloves before going to bed so that the greasiness and the smell don't bother me as much.3
I agree with the previous reviewers; this product is way too thick and goopy to be used on a daily basis, and the smell isn't attractive.2
I like this product and it can be used for a number of different things like dry lips, dry skin, etc. I have the Mary Kay version, which is called Extra Emollient Night Cream, I believe. It is very similar.3
This product worked ok at smoothing my brows this morning, but the smell was yuck. The cream is much thicker than I expected. I think I will stick with vaseline.3
The product itself is very effective - I used it to help tame my eyebrows and moisturize my cuticles and it worked great - but the smell is very unpleasant!3
I have very dry skin in the colder months of the year. I put this on my hands overnight, and woke up with dry hands. Plus, the smell is ridiculously strong.3