Half of this thread is questions by people who messed up their shoes trying to care for them and using all of these ridiculous products that don't do anything for your shoes...except for damage them.
Shoe care is very simple.
1. Always use shoe trees.
2. Have multiple pairs of shoes (and shoe trees for each pair) and rotate their wear.
3. Brush your shoes after every wear...and before if you are particularly anal.
4. On the rare occasion (and depending on how much use the shoe gets)...sparingly apply wax polish and buff to shine.
If you do this...your shoes will look great for a very long time...and more importantly...last a long time...
You do not need to use all of these crazy creams and moisturizers and waterproofers and god knows what else they are coming out with.
If you really feel the need to moisturize you can do this maybe once or twice a year...and very sparingly.
Wax polish will also over time affect the color of your shoes...but in a very positive way giving it a nice patina...and this is how a shoe develops character and becomes uniquely yours.
A slight contradiction in this statement, so, yes, you would actually agree that cream is eligible for use? Because, really, I didn't say using cream for everyday of the week would be healthy for cordovan.