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i have used L'Occitane for couple of years and I wanna try some other brand then I choked this product. But it cannot compared with L'Occitane ones. Maybe it is becasue the Arden is more suitable for women who are oder. I am just 20+.
3.0 out of 5 starsDisappointed by this expensive hand cream
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 May 2018
I had high hopes for this given the reputation of the Elizabeth Arden Brand. It comes in a cardboard box which is quite flimsy and doesn’t represent the quality of the brand. The tube is nice and looks quite premium and the cream is easily dispensed. It feels quite luxurious and high quality when first applied, however I found my hands soon dried out and there is no way this would last 8 hours. I found after ten minutes there was no trace of any moisturising. In additional the scent was very strange, very herbal and not that nice at all. Having said that the scent didn’t last long so it’s not a massive issue. Given the price of this product and the brand reputation, I was disappointed. It seems a very mediocre hand cream and there are much better products available at a much lower price
3.0 out of 5 starsElizabeth Arden needs to get its act together
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 May 2018
Once again, I am left feeling disappointed with this 8hoir line of products from Elizabeth Arden. This a gel hand cream which when applied is quickly absorbed into the skin without leaving your skin greasy. It does moisturise the skin on application but this doesn’t last long. After a few minutes, hands need to be re-moisturised. Again the fragrance used in this product is absolutely disgusting, makes me feel sick. No way will I pay this much for a poor performing product.