Yes To, Inc. To Drop $775k In Settlement Over Recalled Grapefruit Face Mask
Though it denies all allegations of wrongdoing, Yes To will reimburse consumers who purchased its Grapefruit Vitamin C Glow Boosting Unicorn Paper Mask, which the company recalled in 2020 following complaints about burns, irritation and other adverse reactions.
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Yes To is investigating reports – including posts on leading social media platforms – regarding irritation and redness experienced by children and other users of its Yes To Grapefruit Glow-Boosting Unicorn Paper Mask. In the meantime, the company is recalling the product voluntarily.
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