Traveling with the legendary eight hour cream

If there’s one collection that needs to be part of your travel essentials, it’s Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Cream.

Frostbite advisories, recycled airplane air, grimy security lines—winter travel is our least favorite thing, so we’ve revamped our routine with a few goodies from Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Cream Collection

Three products you absolutely need

Elizabeth Arden and the Eight Hour Cream capsule is legendary, and we vividly remember walking into Shoppers Drug Mart for the first time and happily paying $30 for a tube (back when minimum wage was $9/hour). The Eight Hour Cream Skin Protectant ($29) is essentially 5 products in one—use it as a cuticle cream, moisturizer, lib balm, brow gel, or highlighter. Your options are endless, making this the most versatile addition to your travel essentials.

If winter travel has seeped every ounce of moisture out of your lips—and you want to save a little room in your carry-on—Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Cream Intensive Lip Repair Balm ($29) is the way to go. It’s compact, but just as effective as its original counterpart, with a blend of petrolatum, shea and palm tree butter, honey extract, vitamins A-E, and watercress.

Top it all off, may we suggest the amazing Eight Hour Cream All-Over Miracle Oil ($36), which will surely reverse any signs of winter or travel. It’s also another fantastic multi-tasking product that helps you travel lighter—you can use it as a toner, body moisturizer, or hair oil. The formula is infused with Tsubaki oil, ginger root extract, grape seed oil, as well as olive, avocado & sunflower seed oil. Basically, everything you need to feel hydrated and nourished!

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FTC: theses products were sent for our consideration; all opinions are our own!

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