I've been using Creme 83 and Hydrated 28 which I really like. As for night cream, I've been using Shesido since my skin tends to get dry especially in the winter and Shesido worked really well on my combination skin. I wanted to try using a night cream from Yonka and chose Elastine Nuit after reading some reviews. When I opened it the first time the consistency of the cream reminded me of a thicker version of Elmhurst glue. And for me the fragrance was not pleasant at all. One review said it had a pleasant fragrance so maybe some wouldn't mind. It does not have the pleasant fragrance like the Creme 83 or Hydrated 28 which I would've preferred. However despite the negative, Elastine Nuit seems to make my skin feel nice and moisturized while using a very small amount which I like since it will last me a long time and it's not cheap cream. (I've been using this product for about two weeks). I tried to use a little more and it left my skin feeling greasy. Overall I will recommend to my friends.
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Yonka Elastine Nuit Review #2
Pros: smooth texture, lightweight, absorbs quickly, pleasant fragrance, gentle
Ease of Use
-July 8, 2010
I have used Yonka products for several years and find that Elastine Nuit truly has healing powers. It indicates that it's a night treatment product, but if my skin ever begins to feel an imbalance, I use it day and night. I have used many other Yonka moisturizing products, but have consistently stayed with Elastine Nuit. It is expensive, but I find well worth it.