The Pro Hygiene Collection Makeup Brush Cleaner cleans and sanitizes natural and synthetic makeup brushes by removing product residue, oil and pigments and kills 99.99% of bacteria within 60 seconds.
Frequently asked questions:
I have some old, but favourite makeup brushes – is the Makeup Brush Cleaner OK to use on all my brushes?
Yes, this quick-drying brush cleaner works on both natural hair and man-made synthetic brushes. Just follow the instructions and, like the Antibacterial Makeup Spray, it will cleanse and sanitize your brushes.
I can’t remember the last time I cleaned my makeup brushes – does it really make a difference?
Yes - 73% of women have never cleaned their makeup brushes. Just think of all the bacteria lurking, let alone the dirty, dried out makeup that will affect the quality of application - yuk.
I don’t use all my makeup brushes daily, how often should I clean them?
Like your makeup, it you don’t use a certain brush for a few weeks, but have left it out on your dressing table, in the bathroom or in your makeup bag, it will become contaminated just because it’s open to the air or touching other products you are using daily and that means it does need cleaning.
Clean your makeup brushes at least once a week and when you are using a cream product, like foundation, concealer or lipstick, or dark eye shadows and gels - clean after every use otherwise you will transfer products and mix up colours. Just because you can’t see germs on your brushes and lipstick, doesn’t mean they’re not there!
Can’t I just wash my brushes in soap and warm water?
Yes you can, but this won’t remove all pigments, oils and product residue - The Pro Hygiene Collection is designed to clean, condition and sanitize. The Makeup Brush Cleaner will kill 99.99% of bacteria and fungi.
Step 1: Spray The Pro Hygiene Collection Makeup Brush Cleaner directly onto makeup brush from 15cm, holding the brush over a clean tissue or kitchen towel.
Step 2: Wipe brush on tissue. For natural hair brushes wipe the brush in the direction of hair follicles so as not to damage the brush. Continue wiping brush until all makeup residue is removed.
Step 3: You may need to repeat steps 1 and 2 for larger brushes or deeper pigments but be careful not to oversoak brushes.
Step 4: Leave brushes for a few minutes until completely dry before using again.