Funakdiscious-funkalicious-funky this and that.
There must be a new marketing director at Elizabeth Arden -haven’t heard about this brand for years until the last year or so.
More mags of late have had beauty editors gushing about how great this iconic cream is. The urban legend is it was formulated with flight attendants in mind(stewardesses back when it was created) because they work in uber dry conditions and needed some extra care.
So when Macy’s had the Elizabeth Arden gift with purchase, I went to our local Ala Moana store–I wondered did they recently add an Elizabeth counter? Eons ago, back in the Helena Rubenstien days, Arden had a counter too.
The Chanel girl told me, no, they had once carried the cream in the new section of trendy boutique brands, but not any more.
So,me having never tried it, went online and, to get the gift bought 2 tubes.
It arrived yesterday and after cleansing, I squeezed out a bit. It looks like a gel, so I squeezed out about a 1/2 inch thinking it was more like jello.
It was not.
I put some on, and it was so thick it was like dragging on my skin to spread it. It’s like vaseline jelly if you froze it, or otherwise sucked out the moisture and slide- ability.
I thought, ok I’ll give it a chance even though it feels terrible and smells funky funky funky.
I attempted to rub the remainder on elbows and knees but only made them stick so I washed it off.
Then the bf comes for a goodnight kiss and right away his reaction is ewgh! What do you have on-it’s terrible, spleh spleh spleh–and he promptly went to brush his teeth again.
Climbing into bed he further growsed about how terrible the product smelled and said it made his lips numb.
Needless to say I washed it all off and applied something else.
On the reviews, I only read about people who loved the cream. I don’t know if I got a funky batch-but what I had was eewwww!