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Professional Japanese mountain climbers use this all-over moisturizer to keep their skin protected when they're scaling Mount Everest, so you know there must be something special about it. Invented by a pharmacist back in the 1950s, Yu-Be has been Japan's top-selling skin cream for over 50 years. Great for head-to-toe hydration, it helps with all forms of stubborn dryness, including flaky red skin, chapped lips, and callused feet. The natural formula is free of ingredients like artificial dyes, fragrances, and petrolatum. It's so gentle that even infants and kids can safely use it.
Tried this on my feet but did not seem to help my heels. Also, it has a very slimy feel and the smell is overwhelming.2
As I have oily skin, this was a bit much for me. My boyfriend has extremely dry skin, however, so he loved it.2
I didn't like the smell and the sample is so small I don't know if it made a difference in my skin.2
This stuff is very thick...I would only use it if I super dry skin on the dry spots or else it gets greasy2
I did not like the smell of this cream. I ended up giving it away to someone else. It felt good, but I wasn't very sold on it2
The consistency and smell of this product is unappealing. I probably won't even finish the sample.2
This may be a great moisturizing cream, but I couldnt get past the smell. Something in it just smelled medicated and I put it all over my face. I had to throw it away.2
Smells absolutely awful- made the mistake of using it on my face. HOWEVER- after the initial flub, I used it on my dry fingers that I pick every night and that was an excellent solution to some picked dry skin!2
This feels a lot like an ointment and smells similar. It is likely very effective at healing damaged skin, but feels more like a medical treatment than a beauty product to me.2
I hated this product. Dries your skin out, it smells really pungent and bad. It also leaves a residue on skin depending on where you use it. yuck.2