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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.
It's a little strange to see the Elizabeth Arden name on this product...it's just so thick, smelly, and gloppy. I couldn't bring myself to try it on my face, so I put in on my feet, but then it stained the socks I was wearing orange. Not for me.2
so this was a little to thick for me as a face cream and didnt feel like it sunk into my skin but used as a hand cream it seemed much better but at the cost it is i wont be buying for a hand cream3
Had a mediciny smell, but I work with water all day, so I tried the lotion with cotton gloves and it relieved dryness and itchy feeling.5
The smell was too strong, and smelled like medicine. I did leave it on overnight and did not see any significant effects than if I had just used a good moisturizer. This product is not for me.1
This product smells awful. Its very thick, but it did help me with dry lips.3
I had high hopes for this. At 28 I have the hands of a much older (and wiser!) woman. I've had dry skin my entire life. This is a strongly scented vaseline type of product. It moisturized the top layer of my skin (and left it sort of greasy) but I didn't feel like it got in deep.3
Very nice cream. I love Elizabeth Arden's quality and their stuff is always top of the line. This cream is no different and it does not disappoint. I used the cream at night before I went to bed. It made my face feel really silky smooth and moisturized in the morning. I didnt wake up with dry skin. Adding to my arsenal.5
Eager to try a new product that I was completely unfamiliar with, I read Eight Hour Cream and jumped in. I noticed the apricot color that the texture but still applied it to my face. It is thick, sticks and will shape your brows as promised. Not what I thought it was but I will use it as multipurpose salve.3
This stuff smells horrid. It is unbelievably strong. It smells like a medicine cabinet. While it did control the oil on my face, it also completely blocked my pores. Also, this is made of mineral oil which is horrible for your skin. I will not be purchasing this.2
I think there are other products for less that work just as well and smell a lot better.1