Yu-Be Foaming Skin Polish is Not for Delicate Flowers (But is Great for Everyone Else).

If you've ever read any of my reviews on exfoliating scrubs, you know I prefer the ones that remove the top layer of skin. Not wimpy ones that have one little grain per teaspoon, but the hard-working scrubs that make your fingertips go numb because they are exfoliating everything in sight. Sure, they aren't for the sensitive, but I'm no delicate flower and I like that reflected in my exfoliating. Granted, you have to be careful not to overdo it or to damage the skin. But once you know your limits, nothing makes your skin shine more that a serious polish with a hardy scrub.


Yu-Be Foaming Skin Polish is not for the faint of heart. This robust scrub contains rice bran and bamboo to get the polishing done. Ginseng and ginger root  balance and tone your skin, while geranium oil, Green Tea and Camphor provide a cooling and refreshing sensation. This is in no way the most extreme skin polish I've tried, but it walks a fine line between being normal-scrubby and being super-scrubby.


To use this, you start with a small amount in the palm of your hand, add a lot of water and rub your hands together. This will create a foaming scrub that leaves the skin on your face and body feeling like new.


You can tell by the photo that the foaming action is subtle. The foaming does not get in the way of the scrubbing, which is just how I like it. After you've rinsed there is no lingering scent, just incredibly smooth skin. We're talking brand new, baby butt skin. For $18 at Sephora, you can't go wrong. Unless you're a delicate flower, of course. Then use it lightly and be careful not to get overzealous with the scrubbing. Otherwise, go forth and polish yourself.


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