Elizabeth Arden All Over Miracle Oil

I've been a fan of Elizabeth Arden's 8 Hour Cream for years- the versatility of it is what I love most about it. I use it on abrasions, dry patches, and my nails when they're brittle. So when I noticed that Elizabeth Arden's latest skincare innovation, the All Over Miracle Oil, claims to be suitable for use on the face, body and hair- I was intrigued to try it, albeit a little sceptical at first as I'm not the biggest fan of oils. 

The oil is of a lightweight consistency and a pleasant smell that promotes well-being. I also love how the bottle includes a spray nozzle so you're in total control of how much oil you apply- this is particularly useful when it comes to applying it on the hair. The Miracle Oil is priced at £29, but I can imagine it lasting a long time thanks to the spray nozzle. 

Unfortunately, I don't intend on using the Miracle Oil on my face as my t-zone can get very oily and can suffer from breakouts if I don't keep the oiliness under control. But, I have been using it on the ends of my hair which are usually quite dry and straw-like. The Miracle Oil adds a soft shine and moisturises my hair without weighing it down or making it look greasy. I must say though less is definitely more when used on the hair. 

I've also been using it on my legs which are currently in need of moisturising due to the cold weather. I find it tedious to moisturise my body everyday, but the Miracle Oil allows me to simply spray and quickly massage it into the skin just after a shower and I'm done. It's very efficient and encourages me to moisturise my body a lot more often.

Elizabeth Arden's All Over Miracle Oil is priced at £29, and can be purchased from or at department stores nationwide. 

1 comment:

  1. Wow an oil you can use for body and hair! Interesting x


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