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