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Mabsy
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Sun Sep 21, 2003 1:36 am      Reply with quote
Ok, first things first. I'm really liking the Yonka creme 410 (the tinted version). I got a 5ml sample of this with my last EDS order and I'm about to order the full size.

The packaging actually says 'for fair skins' so I was expecting a slight tint to it when I opened it. To my surprise this comes out really dark out of the tube; to the extent that I was sure that it wasn't going to suit me. But a little goes a long way with this cream. It spreads wonderfully and even though it looks dark in the tube it leaves just a healthy glow on your face. I'm sure you're sick and tired of reading phrases such as 'imparts a healthy glow' on products but this is really the best way I can describe it. It smells nice; herbal which fades after a while.

The other thing I wanted to mention is PTR Power K Eye Rescue (for targeting dark circles). I started using this on the 2nd of September (don't laugh, I marked the date 'coz I want to keep track of results I'm getting with it Very Happy). I think you probably need to use this for at least 2 months to see proper results but I think it has actually lightened my dark circles already. It's quite a nice cream, what I don't really like about it is the encapsulated coenzyme Q10. These are the grey little spheres in the cream and you need to massage them in to break them. A trully difficult task for me 'coz they're slippery little suckers! Smile After about 2 weeks of use I ended up asking Magda how to use this cream just to double check that you're supposed to actually massage them in (which you are). I think it's doing a very good job so far and will do a 'proper review' of it after about another month of use.
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The above post is a review of the following product available at EDS:
Yonka Creme 410-T-6 Tinted (50 ml)
Yonka Creme 410-T-6 Tinted (50 ml)

Same cream as Cream 410 6 with the exception of a natural attractive tinted colour effect to give your face a summer vacation glow out of the tube. Makes a great solar defense foundation.
Helps the skin develop its own defense mechanism.
Softens and keeps the complexion well hydrated.
The tinted formula may be used as a foundation cream.

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Thu Sep 25, 2003 5:44 am      Reply with quote
(Great name - very cute!)

I shall wait for your update on the PTR cream! You didn't find the spheres abrasive? Surprised
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Thu Sep 25, 2003 6:29 am      Reply with quote
Hi Kate and welcome to the forum Smile

Awww *blushes*, it is overly cutesy I know but for some reason it just stuck with me and I can't seem to shake it Smile

Re: the PTR Power K cream; I should have probably explained it better. The spheres are actually very soft and you don't feel them at all. It's like.... hmm it's actually quite hard to explain! Ok, you know those tiny Body Shop bath oil balls (the marble sized ones) that you pop into your bath and wait for the outside rubbery stuff to dissolve to let all the oil out? Imagine taking one of them out just before it got a chance to dissolve completely. It's all soft and squishy but still holds stuff inside it. Those spheres in PTR are like that (only a LOT smaller of course :P).

So you don't feel them but I find them quite hard to massage in 'coz they just keep running away from under my fingers Smile Perhaps I'm a bit overzealous with the cream though Surprised Maybe if I used less it wouldn't be as slippery... I'm sure I'll figure it out by the time I post a proper review of it and if I don't figure it out before then then you will definitely get to know about it Smile

I look forward to reading more of your reviews on the forum Smile

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