Yuskin Cream – For rough skin

Yuskin Cream, which I discovered on my first visit to Tokyo, is classified as a quasi-drug. It is a medicinal all-purpose moisturizer, particularly for dry and rough skin, that is free of alcohol, fragrance, and silicon. It contains hyaluronic acid, which, apart from moisturizing, helps heal wounds and reduce scarring.

I first discovered Yukin Cream’s tub variant before I purchased this 40 g version with a miffy design. πŸ™‚ I use it mainly as a hand cream (and any dry parts on my arms). So far, it has become my most favorite. It keeps my hands moisturized, even after the product feels like it has already set or dried down. Others I’ve used sometimes make me want to reapply every 30 minutes.

I only need to use a bit as it takes a long time to set when I use too much, and everything I hold will slip. It happened the first time I used it; I almost dropped my coffee mug. πŸ˜…

Yuskin Cream Ingredients

Active ingredients (in 1 g): tocopherol acetate 2 mg, glycyrretinoic acid 2 mg, dl-camphor 8 mg, glycerin 0.4 g.
As an additive: vitamin B2, polysolvate 80, self-emulsifying glycerol stearate, stearic acid, solid oil, triethanolamine, EDTA, isopropyl myristate, paraben, stearyl alcohol, sodium hyaluronate, vitamin C.

Where to Purchase

In the Philippines, I’ve only seen it from resellers on Shopee, some of which are direct from Japan. In Japan, I’ve seen it in all drugstores and cosme shops: Matsumoto Kiyoshi, Sugi Drug, Ainz & Tulpe, and belleVie, to name a few.

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