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Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream All-Over Miracle Oil Review

I’m a huge fan of the Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream, so when I heard they were releasing an oil version I simply couldn’t resist. A cult classic, the eight-hour cream has been hugely popular amongst beauty bloggers and skincare lovers of all ages, and I have a sneaky feeling that this lovely little product is going to be no different.

The beauty of the Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream All-Over Miracle Oil (excusing the ridiculously long name!) is that it’s very much a multi-purpose product. It functions beautifully as a hair oil, a facial oil, and a body oil, making this the perfect product if you travel regularly and need one holy-grail oil for everything (or if you’re lazy like me and don’t want to faff around with 3 different kind of oil-based products).

I like to use this on my hair before blow-drying, and as a facial oil before bed. Packaged in a handy spray bottle, this also makes moisturising your body easy, a task that few of us enjoy and manage to regularly maintain.

The beauty of moisturising your body with an oil is that you don’t get that sticky feeling after application, plus it’s not cold to apply. You can simply spritz on after a shower and voila. Supple, rejuvenated skin in no time.

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At £29 this certainly isn’t a budget product, however for a high-end, multi-purpose moisturising oil I think you’d struggle to find a cheaper alternative on the market.

For me this is a delight to use – let me know your thoughts in the comments.

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