January 20, 2020 — A face mask sold at Target stores nationwide over the holidays has been recalled after customers posted graphic photos of skin irritation on social media.
Yes To Inc. recalled the Grapefruit Vitamin C Glow-Boosting Unicorn Paper Mask in response to numerous reports of skin irritation. Several users described their injuries as “chemical burns.”
The recalled face mask was sold at Target, Ulta, and other stores nationwide. Many of the complaints date back to November 2019.
The recall was issued after customers posted graphic photos and complaints about skin redness, swelling, burning, and irritation. In some cases, these injuries occurred within 30 seconds or just a few minutes of using the product.
The complaints involve children as well as adults who used the product.
Most of complaints involve the now-recalled grapefruit mask, but other people have reported skin irritation from Yes To’s coconut face mask, charcoal face mask, or cucumber under-eye mask.
Yes To Inc. claims their face masks are independently safety-tested. Furthermore, they say the products are labeled with warnings about the potential risk of skin irritation.
Yes To Inc. is asking consumers to contact the company if the recalled face mask has already been used. If not, customers should return the unused face mask to the store where purchased for a full refund.
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