Other and perhaps less than conventional uses are: applying it to shaving cuts to steam the bleeding and of course to dull the pain and repair the skin in one quick move. It can also be used on bug bites and general skin irritation such as rashes to calm and eradicate any itchiness. If all other hand creams have failed you Elizabeth Arden's 8 Hour Cream will not only hydrate but protect the skin from the harsh outdoor eliminates making it a firm favourite of many a gardener. In the Winter I have been known to slather this over my feet before popping on socks and going to bed, it helps to keep my feet soft and less battered and abused from heavy boots. This is not something I have personally tried but I do know that 8 Hour Cream can be utilised as an express facial mask to hydrate and plump the skin. Not to mention it can also be used to slick down even the unruliest of brows or to moisturise a beard (yes really!). Essentially if you have dry and broken skin anywhere on your body Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream will come to your rescue.
Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream £26/50ml via Boots - link.
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