Heel and Elbow Moisturizing Sock Case of 6

Reviews (3.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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Comfortable and easy to use

10/18/2018 by Margaret

Easy way to reduce dry heels and feet in general-especially during dry winter weather.


Good Idea

6/28/2016 by Marie

Efficient way of applying the Yu-Be pomade onto your heels.


work great

1/24/2014 by pamela

use these on my heels and LOVE them!! so comfortable and with the toes out it really is not like wearing socks to bed (which i hate). excellent product and i will order again for gifts.


Rated fairly

12/17/2018 by Aimee

These are socks. Nothing more. Do not waste your time or money on these. If you own a pair of socks you already own this product. I'm surprised Grommet supports this. Makes me rethink the company.



7/20/2018 by Jionne

I’ve yet to try them on my ankles however it wasn’t a good experience for my elbows as they were too tight.

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The Yu-Be Story

Yu-Be - Japanese Moisturizing Skin Care

Bye, Bye Dry

Since 1957, the secret to nourishing dry skin has been available on pharmacy shelves all over Japan. Originally formulated by chemist Yoshikiyo Nowatari, Yu-Be (otherwise known by the Japanese as Yuskin-A) is finally making its way to the United States thanks to company co-Founders Jim and Elena Azama.

This concentrated glycerin-based moisturizer is enriched with Vitamins B2, C, and E, as well as camphor—ingredients chosen for their ability to help hydrate, soothe, and smooth dry, irritated skin anywhere on the body from your face and lips right down to your cracked heels. While Yu-Be is tough
enough to combat the driest, roughest skin, its ingredients are gentle enough for the whole family to enjoy. No artificial colors, fragrances, or SPF. Unlike petroleum-based alternatives, Yu-Be is lightweight and non-greasy. It absorbs instantly and its natural camphor scent fades quickly leaving your skin feeling youthful, healthy, and revitalized.

It’s no wonder that this moisturizer remains one of the longest and best-selling skin care products in Japan today.
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