What makes Eight Hour Cream’s apricot colored balm so effective?

multi-usages, it helps heal, soothe skin plus some makeup artists use it to style eyebrows

1 – In-flight hydrator: apply a little as an in-flight moisture boost to prevent your skin from drying out
2 – Body buffing: sweep over your legs after shaving or waxing to prevent dryness or irritation.
3 – Sunburn reliever: relieves minor cases of sunburn and helps prolong your summer tan.
4 – Keep eyebrows in shape: for a perfectly shaped arch, simply smooth brows into place with a dab of Eight Hour Cream.
5 – Save your skin: the ultimate way to save and protect your skin from drying sun, wind, and minor skin irritations.
6 – Treat for feet: the perfect antidote for rough heels and soles.
7 – After-beach makeup: use it on your eyelids, cheekbones and lips to give them a fresh dewy, glow.
8 – Cuticle softener: add to dry cuticles to keep them soft, supple and perfectly manicured

Eight Hour cream was created 70 years ago, in 1930 by Miss Arden herself and was the first ever cosmetic product to bear the Elizabeth Arden name.

The cream was so effective in its debut that Miss Arden used it to soothe her thoroughbred horses’ bruises. The product name “Eight Hour” takes the inspiration from a loyal customer who claimed that the cream helped to heal her son’s scraped knee in just eight hours.

Since its debut, Eight Hour Cream has escalated to near cult status. Testimonials from consumers afflicted with minor skin irritations attest to the products miraculous healing capabilities. Its wonderful versatility also makes this product a favorite of models and make up artist alike


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