Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference Refining Moisture Cream

This cream is thicker than the normal moisturizer. It should be applied daily to face and neck and it can be used both morning and evening.  It is better for dry skin or if you have combination skin, like I do, you will be able to use it in winter time. It is definitely not for oily skin. Although it is quite dense, it soaks up very quickly and you can easily do your make-up straight after putting it on. It does not contain SPF.

My only gripe is that this cream has extremely strong smell which might put you off at first as it is very unpleasant. It took me a while to get used to it somehow.

It comes in a glass jar of 100ml.


Elizabeth Arden Good Night’s Sleep Cream

This cream is a winner (qualitywise and pricewise) and has become one of my most loved night creams. Its texture is rich, but it is not heavy when you apply it. It just glides and melts on my skin and it instantly feels soft and hydrated. It is perfect for winter time as I find it a bit too heavy for the warmest months. Although it is lavender scented (which some people, including me, might find unpleasant), its smell is not overpowering.

The cream comes in a blue glass jar of 50ml.

P.S. It seems that this cream has been discontinued, but jars of it keep appearing at places like the airport duty free shops.


Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream Lip Protectant Tin 13ml

This balm is miraculous in relieving chapped and cracked lips as it restores them very fast. It helps moisturize, soften and smooth your lips. I apply it at night and wake up with the softest lips ever. I also use it as a lip conditioner in the first step of my make-up routine and it really makes the lipstick glide on more smoothly. This is by far the best lip balm I have ever tried.