Yu-Be Moisturizing Skin Cream was invented by a Japanese pharmacist in 1957. A special manufacturing process combines glycerin, Vitamin E, Vitamin B2, and camphor, in a highly absorbable formula. It purportedly takes care of rough, dry patches as well as softens and reduces calluses. After using this for a couple days, it’s definitely a must for anyone who ever gets dry skin.
While the camphor does give this cream a medicinal scent, it’s not unpleasant, and it dissipates very quickly. This worked great for my dry cuticles, and Jerry said it really helped soften the eczema patches on his elbows. If you need something richer than the lotion, this is perfect, and it’s not at all greasy. I plan on giving myself a pedicure within the next week, and I am going to use this- I can’t wait to have soft and smooth feet!
Yu-Be Moisturizing Skin Cream retails for $25.00 for 2.2 oz. or $16.00 for 1.25 oz.