It’s in the purses of beauty editors and makeup artists worldwide. Created by Ms. Arden herself, this legendary, award-winning cream calms, protects and hydrates skin for up to eight hours. Also shapes brows, restores shine, and smoothes cuticles.
Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream is the legendary, award-winning skin protectant that does more than soothe sun-burned skin, rehydrate chapped lips, and heal rough elbows and calluses. It’s also the secret that makeup artists all over the world use for keeping legs, lips and eyelids shiny; eyebrows in place; and cuticles perfectly manicured. There are an infinite number of ways to use this classic cream, but here are 8 great ones:
Skin Saver: Protect skin from drying wind, central heating and air conditioning. This skincare multi-tasker soothes, restores, calms and helps relieve minor skin irritations, including roughness, redness, chapped, cracked or dry skin.
Shine Factor: Found in top makeup artists’ kits worldwide, this all-in-one beauty tool adds shine to eyelids, cheeks, lips and legs.
Eye Opener: All it takes is a dab to smooth eyebrows and create a perfectly defined arch that will stay in place all day.
Cuticle Conditioner: Soften rough, dry cuticles to keep them smooth, supple and beautifully manicured.
Treat For Feet: Smooth rough heels and soften soles for barefoot beauty in every season.
After-Sun Soother: With its legendary soothing and moisturizing benefits, it’s the ideal after-sun treatment to relieve minor sunburn and calm dry, irritated sun-exposed skin.
Flight Tool: Flying can leave skin looking and feeling dry and uncomfortable. Pack this intensive hydrator to boost skin’s in-flight moisture level wherever you go.
Leg Wear: Great for an apres shave or apres wax treatment. This classic cream calms irritation, reduces redness and leaves legs super-smooth and silky-soft.
Precautions: For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Discontinue use, if symptoms persist for more than 7 days, and consult a physician. Not to be applied over puncture wounds, infections, or lacerations.