A couple years ago I developed a serious love of facial oils. The effect oils made for my skin is quite amazing.
The Eight Hour Cream is a must have classic and lives in my makeup bag – it’s great for everything.
When I found out about the Eight Hour Miracle Oil, I had a little silent squee and just needed to try. I was intrigued by the multi functionality of this product, as I can be used on face, body and hair.
When it arrived, I was going away for the weekend, had packed and boyfriend was picking me up from the office and bringing my bag. He mention a parcel had arrived, and there it was! I immediately told him to throw it in the suitcase.
It was a god send as I forgot my body moisturiser and hair conditioner!
Used it after washing my hair with shampoo only and my hair immediately felt soft and manageable. Plus it dried shiny and it didn’t weigh hair down.
Feels great on the body too. It is super light in consistency, spreads and absorbs very well.
Where it shines, however, for me, is on the face. It’s supple but light enough to use during the day under makeup, just beware it does compromise durability a bit, just like any oil.
I’ve been massaging it deeply on face a neck. It delivers superior hydration throughout the day, something very welcome as my skin is suffering a lot with the weather at the moment.
At night, can be combined with a thin layer of the traditional Eight Hour Cream; I woke up to replenished, hydrated, soothed, soft and radiant skin.
It contains tsubaki oil (extracted from camellia flowers), omega 6 and 9, grapeseed, avocado, sunflower seed oils, ginger root extract, boswellia resin and vitamin E.
Overall, a superb product. And the price is quite something too: £29 for 100ml.
It’s available at Elizabeth Arden online, concessions and retailers nationwide.