Monday, February 22, 2010

Yu-Be Review and Giveaway-CLOSED

The #1 Selling Medicated, Vitamin-Enriched Skin Care Cream in Japan - Since 1957.

Invented by Japanese pharmacist Yoshikiyo Nowatari in 1957, Yu-Be
(pronounced "YOO-BEE") is a Glycerin-based moisturizing cream enriched with Vitamin E, Vitamin B2 and Camphor. It's the uniquely high Glycerin content and absorbability, achieved through a special manufacturing process in Japan, which makes Yu-Be so effective on severe dry skin and truly sets it apart from other creams. (from website).

When I stumbled on Yu-Be, and saw "effective on severe dry skin", I couldn't wait to try it! Iowa winters are killer, and this one is breaking records for cold and snowfall, and my hands are paying the price - dry, itchy, cracked, and raw. I can't say the rest of my skin is in much better shape, either. I had the chance to try each of Yu-Be's products, and am amazed at how well they worked.

Moisturizing Skin Cream: A concentrated glycerin moisturizer that helps to hydrate, heal, soothe and smooth severe dry skin. Use to help treat and prevent split cuticles, reduces tough calluses, replenishes lost moisture and soothes and reduces symptoms associated with rashes, eczema and dermatitis. This was my favorite - instant moisture with no stinging, non-greasy, and the moisture lasted for hours before I had to reapply. It did have a strong camphor scent, but that disappeared quickly :)

Moisturizing Body Lotion: Smooth, easy to apply glycerin lotion helps hydrate, smooth and sooth dry, sensitive skin. Moisturizes and protects during cold winter months. I loved this one for my legs and arms - lighter than the skin cream, it did a wonderful job of moisturizing. Plus, both the lotion and skin cream stop that itchy feeling you get from dry skin :) This one also had a strong camphor scent that disappeared quickly. A little goes a long way, and it lasted for several hours before needing reapplied.

Foaming Skin Polish: Fine grains of rice bran with bamboo create a foaming scrub that washes away dry skin. This one had a wonderful, light scent and did foam nicely, though not as much as a traditional body soap. I really liked how well this worked! Less irritating than sugar and salt scrubs I've tried before, and excellent at exfoliating.

Lip Therapy: Soothes, moisturizes and protects. This is one of the best moisturizing lip balms I've used, and is now in my purse for easy access :) It also contains camphor, but doesn't have a strong scent at all. It's rich, creamy, and helps heals dry lips.

Connect:

You can stay up to date with Yu-Be on Twitter, My Space, Facebook, or the Yu-Be Blog.

Purchase:

Yu-Be can be purchased online (US Only) - free shipping on all orders over $45.00. Yu-Be can also be purchased at select retailers (US and Int'l). You can also request free samples - just pay $4.95 S&H.

Win!

Yu-Be is generously offering one SSF&G reader a Super Value Pack (includes 2 tubes of moisturizing skin cream, Yu-Be Lip Therapy and a cute custom Yu-Be travel pouch). Giveaway is open to US residents and ends 3/11. Winner selected via random.org and will have 48 hours to respond. Prize provided, and shipped directly by, Yu-Be or their affiliate.

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227 comments:

  1. The site is really easy to navigate!

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  6. you are on my blogroll- sexywomenread.blogspot.com

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  7. yu-be is used to treat a wide variety of skin-related issues including Eczema and Atopic Dermatitis. I would love to win this for my two year old Casey who has bad Eczema.

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  8. I learned you can buy it at whole foods

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  9. Yu-Be was invented at the request of a woman long-suffering from dry, cracked skin.

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  10. I follow your blog with google friend connect

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  11. I follow you on twitter as @LisaSVance

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  12. I would love to see SodaStream featured!!!

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  13. I follow Yu-Be on twitter as @LisaSVance

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  14. I signed up for the SSF&G newsletter as hot4salsa (a) gmail (dot) com

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  15. I learned that Sumiyo Tsuzuki became the first Japanese woman to ever ski to the lowest point on Earth. She overcame the extreme winds and sub-zero temperatures with the help of her trusted YU-BE MOISTURIZING SKIN CREAM.
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  16. I follow your blog!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  17. Used for Eczema and Atopic Dermatitis. This would be great for my skin through the rest of the winter months!

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  18. Following your blog (dustinnikki)

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  19. following you on twitter (dustinnikki)

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  20. following Yu-Be on twitter (dustinnikki)

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  21. Grabbed your button - you can find it here: http://dustinnikki.blogspot.com/

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  22. Posted about your giveaway on my blog: http://dustinnikki.blogspot.com/2010/02/yu-be-review-and-giveaway.html

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  23. Following you from www.safehomehappymom.com thru MBC/FFF. I'll lovr for you to follow my blog as well.

    Nice blog you have here!!!

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  24. Yu-Be Lip Therapy I would like to get this
    I am a follower and i subscribed to e-mail updates

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  25. Yu Be was started in 1957 by Yoshikiyo Nowatari who invented this cream for a woman who suffered from dry cracked skin.

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  26. I would love to see Rosebud age defying Night Cream featured. http://www.rosebudnightcream.com/ It sounds like a really good cream.

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  27. I follow your blog

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  28. I subscribe to your newsletter
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  29. The moisturizing cream might just help my very angry winter skin!

    Great giveaway!
    Lisa

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  30. I would love to hear reviews of Lisa Leonard's stamped jewelry. Have you ever seen her work. It looks fabulous.

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  31. Sold at DOUGLAS COSMETICS-WINTER PARK 200 N PARK AVE WINTER PARK FL

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  32. They have been featured in Allure Magazine and Harper's Bazaar Magazine(just to name two out of MANY).

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  33. I follow your blog.

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  34. I would like you to feature Sprinkles Cupcakes!
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  35. I'm signed up for your newsletter!

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  36. From the website, I learned I can find Yu Be at Sephora.

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  37. I follow ur blog

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  38. @sohamolina following u on Twitter.

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  39. I learned it come from a large evergreen tree in Asia

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  40. I follow Yu-Be on Twitter.

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  41. http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/9546037809

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  42. email subscriber with eddiem11@ca.rr.com

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  43. have the best lip balm around mverno@roadrunner.com

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  44. YU-BE has a promotion going on... if you buy 2 jars, you get 1 free!
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  45. I follow silver savings on blogger!
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  46. You can order free samples.

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  47. I like the lip balm. Thanks for the chance.
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  48. I learned that Yu-Be products do not contain any Gluten or Wheat ingredients.

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  49. I follow you on Twitter (@jkgorcery)

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  50. I follow Yu-Be on Twitter (@jkgorcery)

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  51. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/jkgorcery/status/9553251462

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  52. I have your button in my blog: http://whateverandbeyond.blogspot.com

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  53. Yu-be is also sold at Sephora (from their site).
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  54. I follow your blog.
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  55. I follow you on twitter.
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  56. I follow Yu-Be on twitter.
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  57. I would love to see Dr. Brandt featured.
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  58. I tweeted. http://twitter.com/dollyflake/status/9570572413
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  59. Yu Be was invented by a Japanese firm in 1957

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  60. Mr.Nowatari chose to sell his product as a "medicated" skin care cream so families would know it was for their use on tough, dry skin -as opposed to other "beauty", "wrinkle" or "anti-aging" creams on the market.
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  61. Mr.Nowatari chose to sell his product as a "medicated" skin care cream so families would know it was for their use on tough, dry skin -as opposed to other "beauty", "wrinkle" or "anti-aging" creams on the market.
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  62. These products are available at Beautyfirst in Wichita Kansas. Thanks!

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  63. I learned that all glycerin used in Yu-Be products is plant based, not animal based
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  64. I follow through google friend connect
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  65. I subscribe via e-mail
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  66. I follow you through twitter(@jjak2003)
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  67. I follow yu be through twitter (@jjak2003)
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  68. I tweeted
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  69. http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/9637823736

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  70. I learned that "Ms.Tsuzuki became the first Japanese woman to ever ski to the lowest point on Earth. She overcame the extreme winds and sub-zero temperatures with the help of her trusted YU-BE MOISTURIZING SKIN CREAM".

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  71. I learned that this creation was invented at the request of a woman who suffered from dry, cracked skin. Yoshikiyo Nowatari created a glycerin-based moisturizer for her. Very interesting.

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  72. I follow yubeskincare on twitter @romapr09

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  73. I tweeted http://twitter.com/romapr09/status/9664667328

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  74. I signed up for the SSF&G newsletter

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  75. http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/9689567093

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  76. ...that you can use the moisturizers on your lips, too. joleehamlin@comcast.net

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  77. 2/27 daily tweet
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  78. 2/28 daily tweet
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  79. http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/9789896335

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  80. I would love to try any of their products! I also learned that you can get free samples...but you have to pay the 4.95 S&H

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  81. 3/1 daily tweet
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  82. i saw that the Cosmetics Formulator and Owner of Studio at Fred Segal endorses yu-be

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  83. i follow your blog (redfuzzycow)

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  84. i follow you on twitter (redfuzzycow)

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  85. i follow yu-be on twitter (redfuzzycow)

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  86. i grabbed your button www.redfuzzycow.blogspot.com

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  87. i added you to my blog roll www.redfuzzycow.blogspot.com

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  88. i subscribe to your newsletter (redfuzzycow@yahoo.com)

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  89. http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/9887848406

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  90. 3/3 daily tweet
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  91. i learned its available at sephora!

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  92. http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/9937991412

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  93. I learned that there is no gluten or wheat involved!

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  94. Follower on Twitter

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  95. http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/9990002145

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  96. I learned they are #1 in Japan
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  97. 3/4 daily tweet
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  98. i learned you can get free samples for just $4.95 shipping and handling! :-0

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  99. http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/10050370048

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  100. 3/5 daily tweet
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  101. Mr.Nowatari chose to sell his product as a "medicated" skin care cream so families would know it was for their use on tough, dry skin -as opposed to other "beauty", "wrinkle" or "anti-aging" creams on the market.

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  102. I like their Yu-Be DELUXE Gift Set w/ FREE Bag. I learned that they were created in 1957. Thank you

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  103. http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/10088031257

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  104. 3/6 daily tweet
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  106. http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/10141546601

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  107. I like the history of how a business man strated getting it to America because his wife used it in boarding school.

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  108. I follow you vua Google Friend Connect

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  109. http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/10184250055

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  110. 3/8 daily tweet
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  111. YuBe was started in 1957 when a young pharmacist named Yoshikiyo Nowatari first introduced his now famous moisturizing cream to Japan

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  112. I tweeted

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  113. I signed up for your newsletter

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  114. http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/10230870336

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  116. I learned: All glycerin used in Yu-Be products is plant based. Yu-Be products are not tested on animals. Yu-Be Moisturizing Cream contains a very small amount of Methylparaben. Methylparaben is a stable, non-volatile compound that has been used as an antimicrobial preservative in foods, drugs and cosmetics for over 50 years.

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  117. I learned that World-class mountain climber and explorer Sumiyo Tsuzuki uses Yu-Be to protect her skin on expeditions all over the world.

    Thank you!

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  118. I learned that all glycerin used in Yu-Be products is plant based, not animal based.

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  119. 3/10 daily tweet
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  120. It is used to treat Eczema and Atopic Dermatitis.
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  121. http://twitter.com/sohamolina/status/10288773043

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  122. On their site they have a retail section where you can look up your state and city for locations where the products are sold. There is a spa nearby that sells Yu-Be and also Sephora does.
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  123. I follow your blog
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  124. Following on Twitter @ macmomof3

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  125. follow Yu-Be on Twitter @ Macmomof3
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  126. I would like to continue to see Beauty companies like Yes to Carrots.
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  127. I have your button
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  128. I learned that I could buy their products at a store near me. MORGAN & CO in Forest Lake, MN.

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  129. I subscribed to your newsletter.
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  130. I follow on twitter as tomandmollyk

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  131. Yu-Be customers have said their products help eczema and psoriasis!

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  132. Following you on Twitter @jsoldham

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  133. Following Yu-Be on Twitter @jsoldham

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  134. Yu-Be products do not contain any Gluten or Wheat ingredients.

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  135. You can use Yu-Be anywhere on the body - even the face and lips.

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  136. I follow you on Twitter - jettaway75

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  137. I follow Yu-Be on twitter - jettaway75

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  138. Something from the Yu-Be site is: Yu-be is "the #1 selling medicated, vitamin-enriched cream on the market".

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  139. I learned that it has been featured in a whole bunch of magazines!

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  140. I'm following your blog in Google Friend Connect.

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  141. I learned that it's available at Whole Foods.

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  142. Email subscriber.

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  143. I follow this blog.
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  144. I follow you on Twitter.
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  145. Your button is in my blog's sidebar.
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  146. Your blog is in the blogroll in my blog's sidebar.
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  147. I signed up for the SSF&G newsletter.
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  148. I follow Yu-Be on Twitter.
    @kittenishcutie

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  149. Yu-Be was invented at the request of a woman long-suffering from dry, cracked skin.

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  150. I follow om GFC.

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  151. In the 50 years since it's birth, this moisturizer has attracted and kept a massive and loyal customer base in Japan.

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  152. I have your button http://lighthousee27.blogspot.com/

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  153. You can get free samples, but you have to pay for shipping of $4.95!

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  154. World-class mountain climber and explorer Sumiyo Tsuzuki uses Yu-Be to protect her skin on expeditions all over the world. Ms. Tsuzuki was the first Japanese woman to ever summit Mt. Everest from the more difficult "Northern Ridge" (the China/Tibet side). She also appears in the I-MAX documentary film "EVEREST". Wearing a 1.25 oz. tube taped to a shoelace around her neck, she used Yu-Be to moisturize and protect her skin from the harsh elements of cold, wind and water on the world's tallest peak. (29,000+ ft!)

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  155. http://twitter.com/klp1965/status/10324684509

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  156. Yu-Be was invented in 1957 by a pharmicist for a woman who wanted no petroleum based skin care. I like that they do not use petroleum, which is unhealthy, but glycerin which draws moisture.
    Sounds great and my daughter and grandkids desperately need this as my daughter has bad psoriasis and her kids have patchy dry skin.

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  157. Follow you on Twitter!~dresdenrain.

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  158. Tweet!~http://twitter.com/dresdenrain/status/10325011334

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  159. Follow Yu-Be on Twitter!~dresdenrain.

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  160. Signed up for newsletter-spencer1953 at gmail dot com-carol.

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  161. I learned that Yu-Be Moisturizing Cream can be helpful with eczema or psoriasis!

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  162. I follow you on twitter as "calidreamin87"

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  163. I follow Yu-Be on Twitter as "calidreamin87"

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  164. Another product I'd love to see featured is Pop Chips! Love them! :)

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  165. Tweeted:

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  166. You can get free samples on their website you just have to pay for the shipping!

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  167. Share another company / product you would love to see featured on SSF&G-towels-kitchen and bath, soaps, kitchen supplies, chocolates, coffee, bedding, pillows, linens, clothing.

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  168. I blogged here:http://forums.online-sweepstakes.com/blog.php?b=2100

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  169. I learned that Yu-Be products do not contain any Gluten or Wheat ingredients.

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  170. They currently have a special offer: LIMITED TIME SPECIAL OFFER!
    BUY 2 Moisturizing Cream Jars, get 1 FREE!

    Thanks for the giveaway!
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  171. I follow your blog on google friends connect- Joanne Schultz .
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  172. i follow on twitter - js22222222 .
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  173. i follow Yu-Be on twitter - js22222222 .
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  174. I really like Kiss My Face products ( http://kissmyface.com/ ), and they are relatively local company for me. So if you haven't already featured them, you might want to.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
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  175. tweet: http://twitter.com/js22222222/status/10329322090
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