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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.
This product is disgusting. It smells like I am rubbing pure Vapo Rub on myself. I had to wash it off it was so smelly and thick like Vaseline. I don't want to walk around smelling like an elderly patient in a hospital.1
I was very please with the great moisturizing qualities of this product. It left my skin feeling great. I did not like the medicinal smell of the ointment though.1
The smell was too mediciney for me, almost like Carmex smelling. Definitely used once and done. I have used products from over seas before and loved them, this was not one of them.1
I have oily skin, so something like this really wasn't necessary for me. But I suppose for someone with dry, chapped skin, it'd work great. Just not for me.1
This product did not work for me. I have really sensitive skin and the chemicals used to make this made my face break out. Overall not a good product1
I didn't like the way the product felt on my skin. The smell of the product wasn't great either. Not the product for me.1
I DO NOT LIKE THE TEXTURE OR THE SMELL, AND DID NOT MOISTURIZED MY SKIN, I REALLY DO NOT LIKE THE PRODUCT, AND IT PRODUCED A TINGLING SENSATION AFTER USE1
I was excited about this item but didn't like the smell1
I did not like this at all! It was so Greasy! Once it is on it is not coming off. And smells like carmex!!1
Really seems like more of an ointment than a lotion. The smell is bad. the texture is greasy. looks, feels and smells like medacine.1