July 14, 2016

Yes to Introduces New Sheet Masks and Mud Masks

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yes to sheet masks and mud masks

Yes to Tomatoes has a new range of sheet masks and mud masks for Summer 2016. The masks are $3.29 each (BOGO at Ulta.com), available in a single use pouch, and come in a variety of formulas to address different skin issues.

It’s funny as yesterday I was talking about Belif’s new gel mask being expensive at $8 for a single use but I honestly, don’t mind paying three bucks for one (even though I’d rather a box full for $10).

Let’s take a peep!

Yes to Cucumbers Soothing Calming Sheet Mask
A calming sheet mask to hydrate and refresh sensitive skin!

Yes to Tomatoes Clear Skin Detoxifying Charcoal Mud Mask
A creamy mud mask created for acne-prone skin with charcoal and salicylic acid to detox and clear skin up.

Yes to Miracle Oil Brighten & Condition Argan Oil Mud Mask
This argan oil infused mud mask will hydrate and condition skin to brighten it up!

Yes to Miracle Oil Calm & Soothe Primrose Oil Mud Mask
Sooth and calm redness with this sensitive skin friendly formula that cools and hydrates with primrose oil.

Yes to Coconut Hydrate & Restore Ultra Hydrating Sheet Mask
This creamy coconut sheet mask is rich in coconut and hydrates skin with a super dose of moisture!

Yes to Tomatoes Clear Skin Acne Fighting Sheet Mask
A sheet mask formulated with tomato extracts and salicylic acid to clear up blemishes and acne!

The new Yes to Sheet and Mud Masks are coming to drugstores this July and are available online now on sale at Ulta.com for Buy 1, Get 1 50% Off.

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  • NikkiNeverWithoutPolish

    I’m super excited about this! Thank you for keeping me in the know! Would you believe that I’ve never tried a sheet mask before?!! I didn’t know where to buy them, but I think this brand is sold at Target. I’m going to go look for them tomorrow! ^_^

    • Isabella Muse

      aw my pleasure! Walmart sells the popular Beauty Diary masks (online only)! Also Imomoko.com, AlphabeautyUK on Ebay, Sasa.com, and F2Plus1 on Ebay all sell Asian Sheet masks 😀

      • NikkiNeverWithoutPolish

        Oo! Thanks! I’ll definitely check those out too. ^_^

    • Kelly Gallagher

      Sheet masks are the BEST. Amazon and eBay are great places to find Korean ones, which are the best and cheapest IMHO. I love Innisfree and Etude House.
      You’ll be hooked when you try them.

      • NikkiNeverWithoutPolish

        Okay, thank you! I’ll keep those in mind! ^_^

  • Icequeen81.ma

    indeed 3 bucks sound ok, and is much better 10. we have another currency over here and I agree about some prices. a sheet mask makes it off limits to use it a second time. While when using those cream masks I am able to use it twice and even 3 times depending how much is in the sachet.

  • Christina Louise

    I picked up the Say Yes! to Coconut one at Ulta. IT BURNED MY FACE!!!!!!!! And I do not have sensitive skin. It burned it so bad that after a minute on I threw it in the trash! I have never had a particularly bad reaction to any of their products but I will NEVER buy one of those masks again! I would rather pay a dollar more for the Tony Moly than waste my money!

    • Sara

      Weird! I bought the Say Yes to Coconuts body wipes, and I definitely had an odd warming sensation from them…on my body…so if the face masks do the same thing, that’s no good!

      • NikkiNeverWithoutPolish

        Okay, so I know this post was from a month ago, but I just got around to trying the Yes to Coconuts paper mask today. And I totally had the same experience. This was on my face for all of a minute before I had to take it off due to the burning sensation. Not awesome! I also do not have sensitive skin, so this is a definite pass! Too bad I ended up with two of them >.> However, I did try the Yes to Tomatoes paper mask a few weeks ago, and that was was really nice! ^_^

  • Melanie

    I love these. I have tried the charcoal and acne mud mask so far. I have been able to get 2 uses out of the mud masks.

  • Ashley

    I tried the Coconut and the Cucumber one and I was not a fan. I agree with the other poster, they kind of burned my face for the first five minutes. It also left my face really sticky-which was not a good feeling after having cleaned my face already lol.

  • Courtney

    I used the argan oil mud mask and it burned my face. Made me super red and had a tingling uncomfortable feeling. I’m not super sensitive either. Will not be using that product again. On another note I LOVE the charcoal music mask and would definitely recommend that.