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THE 8 HOUR RANGE

Posted by Lorraine Murphy on

The Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Range has been looking after generations of women’s skin and as a classic it will continue to do so for further generations.  Elizabeth Arden is reputed to have used the original 8 Hour Protectant on her thoroughbred race horses’ legs with remarkable results. The 8 Hour Range has won numerous beauty awards over the years and deservingly so.

 

The most sought after product is the Original 8 Hour Protectant. This little miracle has been used by millions and is as popular today as ever.  It can be used for so many things it is invaluable. It is great in the winter for chapped lips and dried patches; this protectant is also brilliant for healing broken cuticles, rough hands and elbows, soothing sunburn and softens callouses and is excellent for shaping eyebrows.

 

The 8 Hour Intensive Daily Moisturiser is a lovely non-sticky light moisture cream the gives fantastic hydration and leaves the skin feeling soft and smooth. It also contains a SPF 15 to protect from sun damage.  To complement the day cream there is the 8 Hour Night time Miracle Moisturiser.  This is a lovely lightly lavender scented gel-cream that soothes and hydrates the skin while you sleep. 

There are a range of lip protection products to suit all needs. The 8 Hour stick comes in two different balms depending on how much hydration and protection you need.

 

The most recent product in the 8 Hour range is the All-Over Miracle Oil.  This oil is ultra-light and non-greasy.  It is an intense blend of oils including tsubaki oil.  As the oil is so light it can be used on the face, body and even the hair. Try the Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Range and see and feel the difference for yourself.

 

Products mentioned in this article is available in Whelehans Pharmacy

 

Written by Lorraine Murphy, Beauty Consultant at Whelehans Pharmacy Mullingar. 

 free consultations, call in to Whelehans or call us at 04493 34591 or check www.whelehans.ie

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