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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 try the eight hour skin protectant . I my just buy this skin cream soon.5
If there is a cracked or dry spot on your body this is the fix.....after one nite my dry lips are healed!4
I didn't really feel this did anything for my skin. I have sensitive dry skin and have to use a specific moisturizer. This didn't irritate my skin but also did not help me at all.3
I wasn't sure what to do with this but I used it on my elbows which are really dry and it totally grossed me out - from the smell to the texture of it. I would never use it again.1
This product does seem effective on really chapped/dry skin or lips (not for every day moisturizing), however, the smell is AWFUL.2
This cream is very heavy...too heavy for my combination skin. Would be great for very dry skin. I did however apply liberally to my dry hands before bed and they were soft and moisturized in the morning!3
like many others have said this stuff definitely has a unique smell which you might not like wearing. It kind of smells like spicey herbs or clove. Though it smells it does work really well at locking in moisture. Iv used it on my hands and cuticles and it works well. You only have to use a very small amount!3
This seemed like it would be very useful to have around because of dry skin in the winter, but it was slightly greasy and didn't seem to help much.2
Smell of the product was very unpleasant. Weird feeling too1
I did like how this cream stuck to my skin and had staying power...but it did have a very "band-aide" smell to it.3