Yu-Be Japanese Skincare giveaway - two winners, $81 value each!

Yu-Be Japanese Skincare giveaway – two winners, $81 value each!

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Congrats to our winners Amanda H. and Stephanie K.!

We’ve always been a fan of imports; from our first Duran Duran 12 inch single to the deliciousness that is french cheese. This joy was only compounded with the discovery of beauty imports. And we’re bringing you the chance to win one of our favorites today.

We flipped when we first tried Yu-Be Skincare, a Japanese line developed in the 50s by a pharmacist and a chemist. And with good reason, their original glycerin based moisturizer is the longest selling skin product in Japanese history! It’s perfection on dry heels, elbows, even lips.

We want you to see what all the fuss is about so we’re giving away TWO Yu-Be premium gift sets (which retail for $68 but are worth $81).

Two lucky winners will receive the set which includes:

1.25 oz Tube Moisturizing Cream ($16)
10.25 oz Body Lotion ($29)
7 oz Foaming Skin Polish ($18)
Lip Therapy ($5)
A Pair of Heel & Elbow Moisturizing Socks ($13)

All you have to do is follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter form (wait for it to load) and you too can discover the joy of this fabulous import. Good luck!

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64 thoughts on “Yu-Be Japanese Skincare giveaway – two winners, $81 value each!”

  1. My favorite import is the Cure Natural Aqua Gel. That stuff works like magic to get any dead skin off. I don’t use it on my face but I do use it on my body. I have ridiculously dry skin so it helps so much!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. I always love trying out new lotiony things. I have so many, but I always need more it seems!

  3. I ordered Traditions Coconut oil from the Phippines.and like its feel on my skin. I also order pralines from New Orleans–they’re the best.

  4. My favorite import would have to be dried fruit, like figs and dates. Followed closely by olive oil and saffron.

  5. All things Skin Food. They’re a skin care company I became a fan of when stationed in Korea.

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  8. Ha! Laughing at Min K’s comment. I suppose I should say the same since my hubby’s Irish. ;) But after my hubby, my favorite import is Cure Natural Aqua Gel. I have been singing its praises for the last couple of years to anybody who’d listen!
    Thanks!

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  10. Having trouble thinking of stuff, but I’d say Lindor Truffles – best chocolate ever! (I think that counts as an import o_o)

  11. I got a teeny tiny sample of the moisturizing skin care that I’ve been putting on my leg because of my diabetes, the fact that it was red/angry looking and always so very rough and dry. I used this stuff and its worked pretty darn good so far but I’m running out! I hope I win this stuff. that’d be amazing.

  12. My favorite import is manga and anime. Oh, and Studio Ghibli.

    And, well, me! I was born in Germany! I guess Nutella is another one, but I think that’s saying I have TOO MANY favorite imports!

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  14. My fave import is holographic polishes from Australia and Italy like Glitter Gal and Layla.

  15. My favorite is English Tea. I want to thank you for this awesome sweep and hope to win :) Thanks !!!!!

  16. My favorite import is Shiseido’s Majolica Majorca mascara! Gives lashes a really natural look and it holds curls like no other! It’s insanely waterproof too and lasts the ENTIRE day! ^_^

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  19. My favorite import is “Orangeina” orange soda. (I’m pretty sure it’s an import!)

  20. Before I retired from the Navy I used to go to Korea twice a year for the military exercises they have. I usually had about half a day off to explo Seoul and always ended up at Namdaemun market. One of the things I always got was soap. The vendor I favored made it in huge blocks and cut off chunks roily the size and shape of half a brick. Lovely stuff.

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