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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 really enjoyed it. I will think about buying the product!
This product did not seem like a good match for me. This was a miss.3
This product has a nice scent that lasted all day when I used it! It felt thick and luxurious when I put it on and made my skin feel soft and moisturized all day.5
This cream which a friend of mine adores, smells so awful that I could not bear it. I gave it away. It might be super moisturizing but I can't wear anything on my face that smells this bad.1
Great multi-purpose lotion. Worked wonderfully on my hands in these cold winter months.5
I like the idea of this product but it is not as moisturizing or long lasting as I had hoped and the smell is a bit off putting isn't something I would want to wear if I was going anywhere2
This product has been great in the dry Colorado winter months. I have tried it around my nose and on my eyebrows, it's a miracle worker.5
If you have ever used a rosebud salve like the one told at bath and body works or another this is very similar if not identical! It does smell a little stronger than rosebud salve which I didn't love but it was nice for my dry skin! Kinda like Vaseline5
I tried this product on the back of my hand first, and I immediately ran to the bathroom to wash it off. It has an overpowering fragrance that does NOT smell good to me. The texture is similar to Aquaphor - very sticky. If you use it for burns, scrapes, or damaged skin, then the texture makes sense to me but I would never call it a "cream" - it's more of an ointment. I am currently using a lot of Aquaphor to treat my skin during radiation treatments - in my opinion, you can get a much better-smelling product for much less money with Aquaphor.2
This is super thick and a bit greasy. It definitely helped with my dry and peeling forehead; however, it made me too oily and resulted in some breakouts for me. If you don't have sensitive skin, this could work for you. I saw some reviewers say they used it on their hands. I may try it as a hand lotion (top of my hands only as it is greasy).3