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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.
At first I was confused a bit about the packaging. I would have preferred packaging in a small bottle or in a pot. I would only use the product on my lips and like it for this, but do not think I would purchase for my hands. It felt synthetic and sticky.2
The sample of this eight hour cream is a joke there isn't even enough to put on my face to try out, so I can't even be a fair enough review.1
I really couldn't get over how bad this smelled. It was really greasy, and I would never ever ever put it on my face. I used it on my hands but couldn't handle how bad it smelled. I tried to wash it off and spend 10 minutes scrubbing my hands and they are still super greasy and smell bad. I would definitely not buy this. It smelled like I rubbed petroleum into my skin.1
love it, super moisturizing. at first i thought it would stay greasy, but it soaks in quickly.5
I had tried this product back in 1998 and forgot all about it, years later I was pleasantly reminded in my box how amazing it truly is. As noted in other reviews the product is a little greasy, keep this in mind when applying. A little bit goes a long way. Put a small amount on at night and you wake up with a baby soft face! This will be my first birchbox purchase, one I know I will love!5
It does a great job moisturizing even after washing my hands after putting it on. I just really don`t like the scent.2
This was definitely useful for my super dry feet. I put it on after a shower and put socks on and my feet were so smooth in the morning. I definitely agree with the other commenters about the smell. It's pretty bad.3
There is nothing wrong with this cream. At little bit of a scent that sticks out but it feels nice on your skin.3
Smells horrid! Is quite effective at softening my hands and cuticles during this brisk season, but really does smell quite bad. Looks like the pink goop that comes out of the bathtub in the Ghostbusters movie.3
I loved this product! My hands are in terrible shape from washing lots and lots of bottles. I was surprised by the stickiness, but still loved the product and the results.5