WRC / WNYT Staff
Created: January 14, 2020 12:34 PM
Face masks are designed to give you a quick boost or glow. They're sold in the beauty aisle in many stores. However, a Virginia mom wants buyers to be aware.
Nelle David, 9, put on a unicorn face mask she received over the holidays. Just minutes after she put it on, Nelle says her face was burning and everywhere the mask touched - it turned red.
The mask, was a Yes To Vitamin C glow-boosting unicorn paper mask.
After about 24 hours, the burning and redness went away.
The company, Yes To, pulled the product off the shelves while they investigate the complaints.
Hear more of mom's advice for others thinking about a face mask, by watching the video of the story.
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