56% would repurchase
on 7/15/2018 10:18:00 PM
More reviews by shelly73
Yikes!!! This mask burns with the fire of a thousand suns. I do have sensitive skin but holy hell...within seconds of putting it on it was stinging. I had to remove it, just couldn't bear it anymore. I have used Queen Helenes green mint mask many times and it tingles. This says it tingles but its way beyond that IMO.It fit ok to my face shape with adjustments.I would not recommend for sensitive skins of any type.
on 7/13/2018 5:10:00 PM
More reviews by TwirlyGirly1
Picked this up at Ulta on a whim!I wasn't expecting much, and the form (stick?) seemed strange for a cleanser. I couldn't fathom how it could work well as a cleanser (mainly because I didn't understand how it was going to get into those nooks and crannies), but I was pleasantly surprised!I followed the package directions:"Twist up stick from the base and apply generously onto wet skin. You’ll feel the exfoliation go into action and the formula melting on contact. Massage with hands to create a milky lather, activating the cleansing experience. Rinse face clean with water."It does feel a bit....pasty....as you're rubbing the product on your skin (not bad - just different for a cleanser). But as soon as you begin to massage your skin with damp fingers, the product does change to a foamy, smooth, and soothing consistency.The exfoliation was gentle; not something you'd hesitate to use every day (unless, perhaps, you have extremely sensitive skin). It did remove every bit of my long-wearing full-coverage foundation. After patting dry, my face felt clean and supple. Although I no longer travel as much as I once did, I think this would be a great cleanser for both home and travel. No leaking bottle in one's suitcase to worry about!I paid $9.99 at Ulta (full price), but think that's reasonable for a cleanser that works well.Give it a try!
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on 7/10/2018 7:06:00 PM
More reviews by SarahMcD
I don't use wipes all that often but when I do, these are my go-to. They remove what you're trying to remove and don't irritate or leave a residue. Affordable, cruelty free, travel friendly. Great value all around.
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on 7/10/2018 10:07:00 AM
More reviews by Shay322
My skin gets easily irritated after washing, so when I saw that this moisturizer was “calming” I thought it would be perfect to add I to my routine. The first time I used it was immediately after a shower, and my forehead (which gets most easily irritated) started to have a burning, raw sensation. I chalked it up to just getting out of the hot water, but noticed my face still didn’t feel any more moisturized. Days after that, I applied it to my face just before my primer as a barrier moisturizer, with fresh skin that hadn’t been just washed. The burning sensation came back, and my calm skin quickly turned red and bumpy with irritation. My skin isn’t particularly sensitive, so I definitely think this is the moisturizers fault.
on 6/28/2018 10:55:00 AM
More reviews by shaancoon
I love the Yes To Coconuts Cream Cleanser and wanted to see how this compares. Unfortunately, they are quite different. Yes To Carrots isn’t as moisturising as Yes To Coconuts. I’ve noticed my skin is drier. This isn’t to say Yes to Carrots is bad. It’s just not for me. It has a slippery consistency, almost like silicone. It can take some effort to wash off. I don’t find it irritating or over stripping. This doesn’t foam so if you use a cleansing device spread this over your face first. I would recommend this for sensitive skin (get the fragrance free version) or as a gentle cleanser for a normal to combo skin type. I will continue to purchase the Yes To Coconuts Cream Cleanser instead.
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