Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour All-Over Miracle Oil seems to be everywhere at the minute and there’s no wonder why, it’s actually a fantastic product. It’s not often than I’m won over on the first use but this did wow me with how little you really need to cover your entire face. There I was spraying away and realising I had caked myself in oil, soon enough after a long massage and spreading it just about everywhere on my body, I had a perfect layer on my face. The second time and every time after that I got it right though, one spray and I would still have enough for my neck and chest.
The Eight Hour Cream is a product that is loved by everyone, including makeup artists around the world which is why Elizabeth Arden wanted to create the new must have, the miracle oil. It can be used anywhere you like, body, face and hair making it the must have essential for travelling as well as to use at home. I haven’t gone away without this and I’ve had it for quite a few weeks now. Whenever I travel my face and hair always play up, there’s something about not being at home that makes my skin not want to play nice so this has been an absolute saviour!
At only £29.00 for 100ml it contains Tsubaki oil to hydrate and deliver long-lasting moisture which helps make the skin look healthier and firmer. It also helps to calm and soothe any redness or irritation anywhere on the body, including shaving irritation and for the hair? It’s amazing. Shiny, healthy looking hair in a matter of minutes. It can soothe frizzy hair and it’s perfect on curls!
Other perks include that you can use it as a cuticle softener, as a massage oil to reduce stress and it has a beautiful scent which means whilst you’re using it, you’ll instantly feel pampered and calmer. What’s the point in buying oils/creams for every part of your body when you can just buy something as incredible as this? I’m sold! I definitely need to check out the original Eight Hour Miracle cream too…..
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