January 20, 2020 — After numerous reports of skin irritation posted on social media, Yes To Inc. has recalled their Grapefruit Vitamin C Glow-Boosting Unicorn Paper Mask.
The product was sold at Target, Ulta, and other stores nationwide, with complaints dating back to at least November 2019.
The graphic photos and complaints involve children as well as adults who used the product and developed skin irritation, redness, burns, and swelling — often within just a few minutes of putting it on their face.
Most complaints named the recalled grapefruit mask, but other customers have complained about other masks, such as the coconut face mask, charcoal face mask, or cucumber under-eye mask.
Yes To said their products are all independently tested for safety, irritation, and allergy risks. Furthermore, the company provides warning labels and instructions about the potential for skin irritation.
Yes To Inc. is asking consumers to return the product to the retailer where purchased, if it has not been used, for a refund.
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