Bottle lasts a long time. Antimicrobial. Dries rapidly. Works quickly. Cuts your brush cleaning time in half. Lightly scented.
Some have complained it left a blue tint on their white brushes.
Soy-based, low-suds formula is effective and easy to use. Protects against 99.7 percent of germs. Has a lavender scent.
Might require more than one application for especially dirty or heavily used brushes.
Foam works to cleanse each brush fiber without having to scrub or soak.
This option works great for temporary sanitation but it may not be sufficient for traditional, thorough brush cleaning and maintenance.
Pleasant scent. Brushes look and feel clean after use. Bottle will last a long time. Gentle, yet powerful cleaner.
Somewhat expensive for what you get.
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Brush cleaners are often an overlooked step in women’s beauty routines. Not only do they provide cleanliness by ridding makeup brushes of unwanted bacteria, but they also help fight acne outbreaks caused by dirty brushes. Since most brush cleaners are sold as a liquid formula, simply dip your brushes into the mix and wipe them clean on a separate cloth. Be aware that some makeup cleaners are scented and might be a little strong for customers with sensitive noses, though unscented options are also available. Before purchasing, double check that the makeup cleaner is formulated specifically for your brushes’ bristles, whether they be natural fibers or synthetic. If you aren’t sure which type of brushes you own, purchase a brush cleaner that works on all bristle types.
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