I was recently given the opportunity to try the newest product in Elizabeth Arden’s legendary Eight Hour Cream Range – Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream All-Over Miracle Oil.
As a busy mum, I’m doing well if I can get into the bathroom in the morning, let alone find the time for any kind of beauty or self-care regimen.
Created in 1930 by Elizabeth Arden herself to soothe skin, Eight Hour Cream Skin Protectant became an instant success. It was made from a combination of petrolatum, a skin-soothing beta-hydroxy and vitamin E.
Miss Arden even used it to soothe her famous thoroughbred horses’ legs and its name came about when a loyal client used it to treat her child’s skinned knee and “Eight Hours” later, the skin was all better.
The new product, Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour All-Over Miracle Oil, is a versatile, multi-tasking formula for the face, body and hair. It is infused with Tsubaki oil, an ultra-hydrating ingredient that works to deliver long-lasting moisture.
Like the other products in the range, Elizabeth Arden Miracle Oil can be used in numerous ways. Elizabeth Arden suggests:-
– apply for all over moisture
– use it to smooth rough skin
– apply to dry dull hair to add shine
– slather it on skin post shave
– use it as a massage oil
– use it as a cuticle softener twice a day
It comes in a handy pump spray which is easy to throw in your bag and carry with you.
I found it to be pleasantly scented, easily absorbed and very hydrating. It is quick to apply and doesn’t leave greasy marks on your clothes – a really useful multi-tasking product.
Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour All-Over Miracle Oil retails at £29 per bottle and is available from Boots.