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Face Mask Friday: Yes To Masks

Yes To Masks | Essential Twenty

I’ve always been intrigued by Yes To products, but none of them have ever stood out enough to me to try them. A few months back I spotted a variety of their masks on 3 for 2 and couldn’t resist. The Yes To Tomatoes Clear Skin 2-Step Nose Kit, the Yes To Grapefruit Correct & Repair 2-Step Face Kit and the Yes To Cucumbers Soothing 2-Step Eye Kit were mine to try!

The Yes To Tomatoes Clear Skin 2-Step Nose Kit is a two part kit to remove blackheads from the nose. Starting with a charcoal cleanser and followed by a pore strip. This did a great job at removing debris from the nose pores, but no better than my usual Biore pore strips.

The Yes To Grapefruit Correct & Repair 2-Step Face Kit begins with a scrub followed by a peel mask. This kit supposedly refines pores and evens skintone. It’s not possible to judge this on one use as pore refining takes more than one try. The mask tingled a little on use, but no different to other fruit enzyme masks and it wasn’t uncomfortable, just different.

Yes To Masks | Essential Twenty

The final kit was the Yes To Cucumber Soothing 2-Step Eye Kit which was the worst out of the bunch. The depuffing undereye masks did very little and get a little uncomfortable after a few minutes, and even though the following anti-dark circle treatment felt beautiful to apply, it didn’t really do much.

Each single use kit costs around £5 at full price, although they can often be found on offer. The packing is cute, although a little wasteful as you only get a small amount of each product in each sachet. Smaller sachets would definitely be better received! Whilst I enjoyed using them, I didn’t find the benefit like I did with the Origins Sheet Mask which retails for the same amount. They were fun to try but I won’t be repurchasing because they didn’t do what I expected from them.

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