Hi all! July is almost over, can you believe it? I’ll be posting my July favorites soon, but today I am reviewing fun peel off masks from Yes to. I was sent these for my honest review.
I love peel masks. These help to target impurities, while helping hydrate, calm and brighten skin. Each mask is made with 95% or more natural ingredients, formulated without parabens, SLS and silicones and is Leaping Bunny Certified.
Each mask is $2.99 and you can purchase at yesto.com. Here is the info on the masks and what I thought:
Yes To Cucumbers Calming Peel-Off Mask
Cucumber: A soothing vegetable extract to calm skin
Yes To Coconut Energizing Coffee Peel-Off Mask
Coconut: A tropical moisturizer.
Coffee: Helps skin look tighter.
Yes To Tomatoes Detoxifying Charcoal Peel-Off Mask — Formulated with charcoal and tomato extract to help peel away impurities and excess oil, this LBM
(Little Black Mask) helps leave skin naturally clear.
Charcoal: A natural detoxifier and impurity remover to deep clean skin.
Yes To Grapefruit Vitamin C Glow-Boosting Peel-Off Mask
Grapefruit: Rich in vitamin C and lycopene (antioxidant heavy hitters), it naturally helps visibly even skin tone and enhances glow.
Directions: Smooth an even layer of the mask over clean forehead, cheeks, nose and chin, avoiding the eye area, eyebrows and hairline. Build up an edge around the mask. Relax until the mask is fully dry, at least 8 to 10 minutes, then lift edges and start peeling! Rinse off any remaining pieces and moisturize.
I tried all of these except for the charcoal one. My teenage daughter tried it and like it. It cleaned out her pores and left her skin smooth!
The three I tried all smelled amazing! Really fresh, natural scents. And they did what they claimed. I have sensitive skin and the cucumber mask calmed and hydrated my skin.
The coffee/coconut mask was also hydrating and my skin was smooth after I used it. The grapefruit mask did brighten my skin, but irritated it a bit. Which is fine, the redness went away a few minutes later.
I think that these are so nice and affordable. They were kind of hard to peel off, so building up an edge on the the outer part of the face is a good idea. And I try to do a thick layer, but it does take longer to dry.
If peel off masks aren’t your thing, Yes to has lots of other types of makes including sheet, bubble and mud masks. Check them out!
Have you tried any cool masks lately?