Elizabeth Arden Good Night’s Sleep Restoring Cream  » Cosmetics  »
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  • However, I don't think I will use it during spring and summer time as we have humid weather, and I think the cream will be too oily by then

    • by wondericequeen
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      Elizabeth Arden Good Night’s Sleep Cream’s texture is creamy but not too rich. It’s quite easy to be absorbed but it tends to leave a protective layer on skin as sometimes I do find that my skin looks a bit oily after application but it doesn’t feel greasy.

      The fragrance in this


      cream is quite strong and I at first was wondering if it would irritate my skin, but it didn’t.

      My skin is dry and a little sensitive but I have received no irritation with using this cream.

      I understand why it’s called Good Night’s Sleep Cream because it does moisturize your skin ...


      • overnight and you won’t feel dry the next day.

        And I don’t need to use a lot each time, just a small amount is enough for applying on the whole face.

        I am half way through the bottle and I feel that my skin texture is improving; it’s more moisturized, radiant and

        smooth.

        I find that fine lines due to dryness have disappeared on my face too.

        I will keep using it during this winter.

        However, I don’t think I will use it during spring and summer time as we have humid weather, and I think the cream will be too oily by then.




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