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‘Yes To’ removes unicorn beauty mask after complaints: ‘My face felt like it was on fire’

Beauty brand Yes To, which offers products with “at least 95% natural ingredients” that are paraben-free, voluntarily pulled a facial mask after customers complained about red and burning reactions.

“In light of reports that our Grapefruit Vitamin C Glow-Boosting Unicorn Paper Mask has resulted in skin irritation for some consumers, Yes To has decided to remove this particular product from store shelves while we investigate,” read a Jan. 3 Facebook post from the brand.

Dr. Nava Greenfield of Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York City tells Yahoo Lifestyle that the word “natural,” which is commonly used while marketing products, isn’t well-defined.

After reading the listed ingredients in the Grapefruit Vitamin C Glow-Boosting Unicorn Paper Mask packaging, Greenfield notes, “There are a few acids in the product (lactic acid and grapefruit) which exfoliates the skin, but could irritate if left on for too long.”

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Source: Yahoo Lifestyle – ‘Yes To’ removes unicorn beauty mask after complaints: ‘My face felt like it was on fire’ By, Elise Solé

About Schweiger Dermatology Group

Schweiger Dermatology Group was founded to help make excellent dermatology care accessible throughout the Northeast. In 2010, Dr. Eric Schweiger started the practice with a single location in Midtown Manhattan. When he saw the need for high-quality dermatology care that did not require weeks or months of waiting to see a qualified provider, his vision of a multi-location practice was born.

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