Bronwyn Isaac
July 28, 2017 10:30 am

The world of skin care can be a tough sell for a spooky woman. Too many products are marketed through pristine, white images of sunlit bottles and promises of a wholesome smiling glow. What if you’re goth AND want great skin?! Well, now, there’s now a goth-esque micellar water you can splash on your face with before retreating back into the corner to blast your favorite Zola Jesus album.

This brand-new Yes To micellar water isn’t like the others. It isn’t formulated with crushed daisies or the bottled dreams of Instagram influencers. This micellar water is infused with charcoal to cleanse your skin of blemishes and erase all the painful memories of your boyfriend stealing your favorite matte black lipstick.

The Yes To Charcoal Micellar Water is a 3-in-1 makeup remover, cleanser, and moisturizer.

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All you have to do is shake it up to activate the charcoal and use a cotton pad to cleanse your skin. It costs $9 online through Target. How delicious.

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BUT WAIT, before you traipse off to a cobwebbed basement for a photoshoot, there are a few other notable releases in the latest collection from Yes To.

Yes To Detoxifying Charcoal DIY Powder-to-Clay Mask, $2.50

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Mix this bad boy with water, lemon juice, green tea — or the blood of your enemies, and it will transform from a tomato and charcoal powder into a beautifying clay.

Yes To Detoxifying Charcoal Mud Mask Single Use, $2.52

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What’s more goth than covering your face with mud?! Okay, maybe every Throbbing Gristle album, but this mask is great for acne-prone skin.

Yes To Detoxifying Charcoal Paper Mask, $2.52

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Slap on this charcoal sheet mask and give yourself a nap. A nap is basically mini-death, so this is technically a goth beauty ritual.

Yes To Detoxifying Charcoal Facial Wipes, $5.99

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Is there anything more macabre than removing your makeup off with these wipes that are as dark as your soul? Even the photo above resembles a dark spirit raising from its grave.

Now you don’t have to trade in your spook-factor in order to grab some quality skin care options. But even if you aren’t goth AF, this skin care collection looks pretty damn chic, don’t it?

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