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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 couldn't stand the scent and there was not any info on the product tube. I tried it only once1
I use this daily on my lip line to keep them moisturized and kissably soft. Minimizes wrinkles along the lip line. I've already purchased this based on the sample.5
Made my skin really greasy/oily throughout the day and didn't like the smell. I've preferred other skin creams that I've received in my boxes.2
I was a little skeptical, as this isn't the "yummiest" smelling cream, but when used on my combination skin, it didn't leave me feeling greasy and nourished my dry areas. Was also great for my elbows which tend to get a little dry during cooler months.5
I really like this cream. It's gently enough but yet very moisturizing. I even used it on my kids. Thanks Birchbox!4
This isn't my favorite moisturizer..I think it's just a matter of personal preference. After applying I followed with a lotion I like. This one just isn't for me3
Light weight feel! Loved the smell as well, wish I had more. Went on smooth and easy. Would recommend to anyone3
I just moved Denver which turned my oily skin so dry! this cream does the trick on my lips and cracked knuckles!4
this stuff smelled really good, but it made my face a little greasy.3
It feels like Vaseline, it smells line Vaseline.... Has anyone done a chemical comparison? It's essentially just really nice Vaseline, or perhaps Vaseline alternative?1