Yu-Be Skin Cream- review

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ABOUT-
The History and beginning for Yu-Be Skin Care products
“It was 1957 when a young pharmacist named Yoshikiyo Nowatari first introduced his now famous moisturizing cream to Japan. His creation was invented at the request of a woman long-suffering from dry, cracked skin. She was tired of using petroleum-based skin care products that she found to be greasy, messy and ineffective. With the help of a chemist and a special manufacturing process, he created a glycerin-based moisturizer that would go on to be one of the longest-selling skin care products in Japan and the #1 selling medicated, vitamin-enriched cream on the market.”

My Thoughts-
I was given Lip Balm and Hand Cream samples from Yu-Be Skin Care products to review and share with you.
I totally love the lip balm. It made my lips feel nice and smooth and got rid of my really bad chapped lips I’ve been fighting for the past month.
The hand cream works well too. I did find I had to rub it in a lot to get the sticky feeling go away but the sticky feeling isn’t as bad as a lot of hand creams and this hand cream really works well.
Both products do have a strong smell. This will sound weird but if you cut open a ping-pong ball it has this same smell. It’s a smell I enjoy but some may not.
I enjoy the size I received and have both of them in my purse. My products also came in a nice carry case which keeps my purse safe from any accidental spills from the cream.
So, in the end I would recommend you to check out this company. They hold true to their promise and are effective in moisturizing. And the travel set I reviewed comes at the amazing price of only $21.

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You can also purchase Yu-Be products at your local Sephora and at Sephora.com

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