Elizabeth Arden's Legendary Eight Hour Cream

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Well here we are in the dead of winter… the coldest one in 60 years they say! That means plenty of windburn when outdoors and cranking the heat when indoors. A perfect recipe for THE WORST SKIN EVER. This winter has legitimately been the hardest on my skin, it’s freaking out. I have horrible dryness on my forehead (make up basically just flakes off) and the most chapped lips ever (applying lip balm every 10 mins), while my chin has been breaking out like crazy. My saviour has absolutely been Elizabeth Arden’s cult favourite Eight Hour Cream… this formula has been around since 1930 and there’s a reason why it’s still hailed as a miracle solution. I’m always sceptical when trying these iconic products but this one completely lives up to the hype. I have been using the classic Eight Hour Cream liberally on my forehead and my make up is finally able to glide on with ease. Word on the street is that Kim Kardashian’s make up artist Mario Dedivanovic also uses it for an additional glow wherever highlight is applied and YES I can confirm that it looks amazing. The Eight Hour Cream is also available in an unscented version, which I far prefer as the classic scent is way too reminiscent of a dentist’s office for my liking. I’m also using the Eight Hour Cream Intensive Lip Repair Balm which is targeted specifically for dry lips, as well as the face oil because I’m a total oil convert now. Thanking the heavens for the Eight Hour line & Langton PR for bringing my skin back to life during these frigid months!