It's taken quite a while for me to accept my skin, and I've realised that it is okay to have spots and it's okay to go out without having a full face of makeup. Everyone is different and we all have our own priorities when it comes to skin care depending on your skin type. I have combination skin and I like trying out products that will help unclog my skin and fix the worst blemishes that I sometimes get when I'm having a low self-confidence day. I've been lucky enough to try out some of the skincare products from Yes to and take some different pictures than I'd usually take for the blog. I'd heard of Yes to before but never tried anything out, as I've had a bit of a weird journey when it comes to skincare. My skin changes throughout the year, and right now it's in-between seasons so my skin is really struggling. It's great to try out some of their charcoal and tomatoes products to see if they make a difference.

Yes to have been around since 2006 and have been developing beauty products made from fruit and vegetables. The brand has experienced rapid growth in the US and has been the fastest growing natural beauty brand. Every one of the Yes to products has at least 95% natural ingredients and contain no parabens. None of their products includes any chemical sunscreens or any other harmful ingredients as well as the brand being cruelty-free and a certified member of the Leaping Bunny Program.

I have tried a number of face masks and enjoy using them as a soothing and relaxing way to cleanse your skin. The single-use Detoxifying Charcoal Mud Mask (£2.99) is designed for combination & blemish prone skin. It contains charcoal and salicylic acid to get rid of the impurities and also helping to maintain clear skin. Another one of their masks is the Detoxifying Charcoal Sleeping Mask (£2.99) which is suitable for all skin types. This single-use mask is designed to be used after one of their other masks, or even on its own and should result in your skin feeling clean, soft and super smooth. You won't have to worry about wearing it to bed as it will not transfer onto your pillow. The last full face single-use mask I received is the Blemish Fighting Paper Mask (£2.99) for those with combination & blemish prone skin. Created using salicylic acid and tomato extracts and works in two ways. Firstly to eliminate any current blemishes, and secondly to help prevent any new ones. 

One of the products that I was keen to try was the 2-Step Nose Kit: Buh-Bye Clogged Pores! (£4.99). Any skin types can use this product and helps to clean out those pores to leave you with a clean nose. You apply the charcoal cleanser with the large bud applicator to help detox the area and rinse when you are done. While the nose area is still wet, you apply the nose strip which helps to remove blackheads, as well as oil and dirt to give a deep clean. You get that strange satisfaction when peeling off the nose strips and I'd love if they had some larger area ones of these. I've seen targetted spot treatments before but I haven't come across is the Blemish Fighting Zit Zapping Dots (£7.99) which come in a pack of 24 and will work for combination & acne prone skin. They are small adhesive pads that you apply to individual spots so that you can target the problem area which I really like the idea of.

Sometimes you may not have time to sit down and apply one of the other products, so having something like the Blemish Clearing Facial Wipes (£3.99) would be ideal. Designed more for those with combination & blemish prone skin, these wipes can help clear and heal your skin while targetting issues such as acne as well as assisting with controlling oil. I appreciate a good mud mask as I feel like they are the most authentic type of mask. The Detoxifying Charcoal Mud Mask (£11.99) can be used for all skin types and is designed to give you the most luxurious experience to cleanse your skin. Helping with impurities and preventing blemishes, this creamy mask will help you to relax. Another product for any skin type is the Detoxifying Charcoal 2-in-1 Scrub & Cleanser Stick (£9.99). If you want something that can exfoliate and cleanse at the same time, this stick could be for you. The charcoal powder will help to remove any excess oil and impurities while the tomato extract ensures your skin if left naturally clear.

If you have acne prone skin then this cleanser may be perfect for you. The Detoxifying Charcoal Cleanser (£8.99) contains jojoba spheres which allow for a gentle exfoliation, with the purifying ingredients helping to clear your skin without drying it out. Something that you can quickly pop on and then carry on with your day is the Daily Repair Treatment (£11.99). This product absorbs quickly into your skin, doesn't contain and oil and won't clog the skin. It's so light that you will barely notice you are wearing it and can be worn alone or with a light layer of moisturiser such as the Daily Balancing Moisturiser (£11.99). It is packed full of antioxidants to help nourish and even out your skin. It's a great way to ensure your skin stays hydrated and can be applied to both your skin and neck on a regular basis. 

As I mentioned before, it's okay to be comfortable with the skin you have but sometimes you may want to tackle particular problem areas. If you want to try out natural skincare products then you can check out the Zit Zapping Dots or the Blemish Clearing Facial Wipes in Sainsbury's or any of the other products in Boots.

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