Yes To relaunch in the UK

Californian natural beauty brand Yes To have relaunched in the UK, bringing a slice of Californian philosophy with them. Based on the power of fruits and vegetables, Yes To have a range of skin care, body care and hair care that are all based around individual fruit and veg.

I've been a fan of their Cucumber Conditioner ever since discovering it in a TK Maxx haul last year, so was really excited to find out more about the other ranges*.

Each harnesses the benefits of a particular fruit or vegetable, and is aimed at a certain type of skin/body/hair type. You can choose from:

Carrotts - beta-carotene rich for normal to dry skin, and dry hair

Cucumbers - for normal to sensitive skin (face and body) and coloured hair

Grapefruit - corrects and repairs uneven skin tones, for brighter, glowing complexions

Tomatoes - helps regulate oily and combination skin

Blueberries - for the early signs of ageing, works on fine lines, tightens skin, and helps to rejuvenate damaged hair

Within each Yes To range, you'll find everything from cleansing wipes to moisturisers, as well as body washes, shampoos and hair treatments (certain ranges only). It's great that there's such a massive variety, as you can tailor a routine based on your exact needs, and how those change over the course of the year.

The products themselves are lovely - one of my favourites has to be the Yes To Carrots Body Butter, which is super rich, but sinks in very quickly and leaves my body feeling really soft and hydrated. It has a very light scent, so don't panic about walking around smelling like a vegetable - the products don't smell like their names suggest!

All of the products are free from parabens, SLS, petroleum, and phlates and are made up of at least 95% natural ingredients. I love the fact you can get great results using naturally based products, and these really do deliver.

They're also reasonably priced. The ranges start at £3 and go up to about £15, so there's nothing there that will break the bank. You also get a good amount of product for your money - the Yes To Cucumbers Conditioner may be £9, but you get 500ml of product, so one bottle will last you for about 6 months.

You can find the Yes To ranges in store at Waitrose, and online from ASOS, Beauty Bay and more.

Do you like the sound of Yes To? Which one would be your favourite range?

*PR samples


  1. So excited for the yes to brand to relaunch in the UK :)

    Sophie x

  2. Hello,
    Why RE launch? did the distribution stop?
    I am using a couple of their shampoos at the moment and really like them.

  3. The body butter sounds lovely! I've always been tempted by Yes To products, I think I'll have to get round to trying some now! :)

    Jess xo

  4. I am a big fan of the range as well, the Yes to Carrots Nail and Hand Spa is brilliant x
    Beautyqueenuk xx

  5. These products sound amazing. I love cucumber based products so would love to try that!


  6. I love the idea of different fruits and veg's! Looking forward to trying some of their range xx

    Lucy Cole | A UK Fashion, Style and Beauty Blog

  7. I've been wanting to try this brand for a while!

    Honey Go-Lightly

  8. Yes to carrots is amazing! :P i love the wipes they work so well i cant wait to try more from this brand


  9. I've never seen these before but I think they look really cool, I shall have to keep an eye out for them when I'm on my travels! :D

  10. I didn't realise they were re-launching....I can still buy their stuff on loads of websites..apart from the Grapefruit! I was lucky enough to find the grapefruit CC cream and wipes in Target when I went to US so I'm glad they're launching that here! :)

  11. Im excited that we will be able to get our hands on Yes To products in the UK. I really like the Yes To Cucumber range & Im looking forward to trying more

  12. so excited for this relaunch, I've only used products from the blueberry line. Can't wait to try more. Lucy at Lucyy Writes xx


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