Yu-Be Travel Set, Japanese Skincare Review

 Yu-Be Moisturizing Skin Cream - I'm always on the lookout for a good moisturizer, so of course I was excited to try out this Yu-Be lotion. It's packaged in a white tube with orange accents and an orange twist off lid. The lotion is a light yellow color (similar to african shea butter). The lotion is light weight, but not watery and aborbs into skin very well. The isn't any greasy residue and the moisturizing effect is great, even if this lotion does have a bit of a medicinal smell. 
 Yu-Be Heel & Elbow Moisturizing Socks - As soon as I saw these socks as a part of the travel set I thought it was brilliant. They come inside the box as a set of two and are slightly angled tubes. Yellow and color and bands on the top and bottom that make them fit snuggly are quite nice. After applying your favorite lotion you can put these on elbows and heels to lock in moisture. One warning is that if you're bigger they'll probably be too tight. 
 Yu-Be Lip Balm - Whenever I think about beauty products I forget about lip care. Funny since it's where your most sensitive skin is, and very easily noticeable if you aren't taking care of them. Opening up the tube, is a bit hard due to the safety seal but past that it looks like your regular chapstick. The color is the same yellow as the lotion, and has the same medicinal smell too. It feels good going on, and moisturizes without any stinging feeling. 

Yu-Be Foaming Skin Polish - The biggest product I was sent from Yu-Be coming in at 200 ml. It has a bottom up design which is great for getting all of the product out. This polish looks similar to Clean & Clear Morning Burst with smaller beads. Using it to exfoliate is easy to do and it doesn't irritate skin. 
And now the bonus stuff. There's a Yu-Be travel bag that although simple is completely adorable. It has a clear main with black binding and zipper as well as the Yu-Be name on the top and 4 All Seasons on the bottom. I love the cute seasonal graphics that came along with it as well as the samples. For my first time trying out Japanese beauty products (I think anyway) I can say these guys lived up to the hype. 

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