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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.
This cream is very good in terms of texture and for alleviating dry spots. However my skin does not react well to mineral oil, which this product contains. If you have no problems with mineral oil, this is a perfect product.3
It is too thick and greasy to use on the body, but it does wonders for dry lips.4
This is a great little product that could easily make you, your mom or your grandmother happy. The packaging could be snazzier but the quality is definitely there.3
I am going on vacation and I am really excited to see if it helps combat the sea water/sun burn.5
this product is probably too thick to be used on your face, but works great as a moisturizer for dry hands.4
Great product. I use it as chapstick, as a face primer, as face moisturiser, everything! This one product has replaced about 3 of my products because it has so many different uses. At first I was worried about the texture of the product and the smell but i came to love it. I dont have a problem with the smell anymore and it has done wonders for my skin. Great product and a great one to have included my Birchbox. Highly recommend it to everyone no matter your skin type!5
This is nothing more than orange-tinted petrolatum (Vaseline) with a terrible fragrance. I thought perhaps the sample had an off-fragrance so I smelled the product in a department store and it still smelled vile.1
I applied this before bed and my skin was very moisturized an soft the next morning. It's more like a salve than a cream. I wouldn't try to use it during the day because it doesn't really absorb into skin.3
This smells just like A&D ointment and petroleum jelly. Way to over-priced for what it is and the smell is horrible. I tried it as a lip balm and on my dry feet and it does moisturize but I had to wash it off because I didn't like the way I smelled.1
Although I usually love Elizabeth Arden products, this isn't one of them. I found it to bee far too heavy and greasy.1