Erin’s Christmas Must-Have, Number 2!

Give the gift of magic!

This has to be one of my all time favorite beauty products. If Iget stranded on a deserted  island I just need a few good books, a bottomless mimosa and my Eight Hour cream! It truly is magic it works on ANY minor skin issue, this has been a invalubale tool as a mom. I use it for chapped lips, wind burned cheeks, little scrapes and cuts, diaper rash for every style I have (pot, tube, lip protectant)  I have a million uses.

I love the way it smells and how quickly it goes to work. This is one of those products you dig to get every last bit. A truly great gift for anyone on your list!

EIGHT HOUR CREAM Eight Hour Cream Skin Protectant -

100th Anniversary Vintage Limited Edition, 1 oz.
Celebrate 100 years of Elizabeth Arden beauty with the skincare classic that started it all.

The skincare classic that soothes, restores, calms and helps relieve chapped, cracked, dry skin. Soothes roughness, redness and minor skin irritations.

– Helps protect, soothe and moisturize skin.
– Soothes dry skin and provides anti-inflammatory benefits.
– Soothes and comforts minor weather burns, scrapes and abrasions.

The Legend
Created in 1930 by Elizabeth Arden to soothe skin, Eight Hour Cream Skin Protectant became an instant and overwhelming success. What made it so effective is a combination of petrolatum, a skin-soothing beta-hydroxy in one of its first cosmetic uses, and vitamin E. The apricot colored balm was so beneficial to her clients, Miss Arden used it to soothe her famous thoroughbred horses’ legs. Even its name came about thanks to a remarkable performance – a loyal client used it to treat her child’s skinned knee and “eight hours later” the skin was all better.

To use: Simply smooth directly on with fingertips whenever and wherever needed. Avoid contact with eyes.

Price:$25.00

See all the other versions of this great product here.


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