History about Yu-Be moisturizer
This moisturizer was invented in 1957, a Japanese pharmacist Yoshikiyo Nowatari who invented this glycerin based moisturizer. This formulated moisturizer cream is enriched with Vitamins B2, C, E and Camphor - Camphor is a waxy, white or transparent solid with a strong, aromatic odor. In the process of manufacturing this moisturizer it became popular in Japan. This moisturizer is so effective on dry skin that sets it apart from other creams.
Recently Yu-Be contacted me to try out their Yu-Be Heel & Elbow Moisturizing Sock. I have to admit my heels are a bit chap. I've been walking a lot and my heels are a bit dry these days. So I put this to the test.
Instructions on how to use the Yu-Be Heel & Elbow Moisturizing Sock
- Soak and Wash dry cracked heels or elbows in warm water for several minutes before bedtime to allow pores to pen and maximize absorption while you sleep.
- Apply a generous amount of the Yu-Be Moisturizing Skin Cream on affected areas and then cover it with the Yu-Be Heel & Elbow Socks.
Personal thoughts & Review:
My feet felt really hydrated after using the moisturizing socks. Seems like my tired heels are resorted after a long battle of dry heels from all that excess walking. I'm truly amazed how this is working out. I hope to continue to use this in the long run. However, I personally think that the medicated smell will be a bothersome to some people. I personally like this cream. Its also a pretty good cream for those who are suffering from Eczema and Dermatitis. I used this a few times when my daughter was having Eczema and this cream instantly cleared her Eczema in no time.
Hope you enjoy this review!
Disclaimer: Yu-Be kindly sent me their samples for me to try and share my thoughts with my readers.
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