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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.
I hated this one. The packaging was just terrible. The sample was really small too. Just seemed like a rip off. Felt very cheap. I didn't like the scent.1
Being the outdoorsy type, I found this cream to be a one-stop shop. A must for my backpack! Dry hands, check! Dry lips, check! Dry feet, check! It worked as well softening my lips as it did restoring moisture to my sun-damaged hands, to softening calluses on my feet.
The texture is slightly thick, but silky when applied. The fragrance is very pleasant. Besides using when I hike, I also applied to to my hands before leaving for work each day, and my hands stayed soft and supple until well after lunch time.
The moisturizing cream took away my eczema in 2 days. It worked like a charm. When I used it on my face overnight, I could still feel it in the morning. I have dry skin, so knowing it was still smooth and moist in the morning was a big deal.5
The smell takes a little while to get used to, but the moisturizer is really great and when you use it, you really need nothing else.5
This stuff was good on my lips. Better than Chapstick3
it smelled EXACTLY like bag balm (in the old green can), but it seemed to do the trick! if they reformulate the scent i would definitely buy.4
This product works very well as chapstick as well as a quick touch-me-up for patches of dry skin (think ashy elbows). It initially had a medicine-y smell..but I got used to it and it's not an offensive smell. Not sure what the smell is because the product is free of artificial dyes, fragrances, and petrolatum. In any case, I wish I had a tub of this thing with added SPF!5
This reminded me way too much of Bag Balm, which is to say its way too smelly and is really not for sensitive areas of your skin. It's more for the skin on your feet and elbows, etc.3
I really wasn't sure what the purpose of this product was. I used it as indicated and it felt like something that should not be going on my
Guess it is a good sign I like the product when the sample is too small! love how the scent and the thin texture- not too thick for summertime5