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While we’re sometimes on the fence about eating grapefruit (that bitter aftertaste!), we’ve unequivocally embraced it in our skincare routines. Yes To™’s Grapefruit line is designed to even out skin tone, resulting in a brighter, clearer, more luminous complexion. The Even Skin Tone Moisturizer with SPF 15 leaves skin soft while providing crucial sun protection.
I like the smell and I like that it doesn't feel like I am putting a mask on, but it doesn't give the moisturized feeling I was hoping for.3
Love this product! I use it mostly at night. Since I've been using it - I've had less breakouts and notice my skin tone has evened out.4
I just got this product so it is hard for me to know if I will see changes in my skin over time. However, I have also used the yes to carrots daily moisturizer and the yes to cucumbers and I liked the finish of both of those products better than this one. This one feels a bit thinner and more watery--like I could still use another moisturizer on top. Not a bad product--just wouldn't repurchase this one over another one from the yes to brand.2
It seems like there hasn't been a difference in the areas that I'm using it on.I will finish the bottle,and update if progress is made.3
Love it! The smell is so fresh. After using it for a few days, my skin is clearer, more even and soft. Love the SPF. Not too greasy, and a little invigorating!5
I love this line of products and wanted a moisturizer to complement the facial scrub of the same line that I use. The bottle is a decent enough size, but the cap is horrid to take off and put back on. I would just leave it off, but the cream is very liquidy and you wouldn't be able to clean the spout if it dries up, as you can with other dispenser bottles. The moisturizer smells great and makes my skin look soft and bright, but it leaves you with a sticky residue feeling. Fortunately, it's very light, and the sticky feeling goes away after a while. One other problem is that it says to reapply every 2 hours, and that is just not practical for a person on the go. I'll probably think hard about buying this again.4
I did not receive this product in my box this month, but based on the reviews and what I was l looking for specifically, I decided to give it a try. I have only used it for a few days so far, but I really DO kind of love it! It has a very nice, non greasy nor sticky texture when applying. It has a mild, pleasant citrus scent and the SPF 15 was an unexpected bonus to me. I will say that I felt my skin tone looked more even, and, yes, brighter. Especially in the dreaded, arch nemesis, genetic dark circle area. I'm really happy with this so far.4
I was looking for a new moisturizer to use at night and in the mornings. I wanted something light that would help my skin heal itself, but nothing too heavy as my skin is still quite young. I was a big fan of the Yes to Grapefruit facial scrub, and this moisturizer works well with it. My only complaint is the smell...vaguely chemical and nothing like grapefruit.4
I have sensitive skin, and this product works beautifully for it; far better than other products I've used in the recent past. I really love that it's lightweight--no greasy feeling!--and has SPF 15. The scent is sort of meh... a little weird when you first squirt it out, but then the grapefruit fragrance comes through and it's fine. Like another reviewer mentioned, I don't know about the corrective properties, but that's not really why I tried it in the first place. I look forward to sticking with this one!4
I wanted to like this product, but I just couldn't. I've been using products from the cucumber and tomato lines for the last few months, so I was excited for the new scent. The smell is has a hint of plastic to me, and over time has gotten worse. I also haven't seen any improvement in my complexion. I received samples of the scrub and serum in my most recent box, so I will give those a try, but I don't have high hopes.1