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Ever thought about the bacteria on your makeup? Your brushes may be clean, but the oils from your face will transfer on to your brushes then on to your products. Within time, the oil will build up and leave a glazed layer on your pressed powders. Then you`ll have to scrap off that layer to continue using your products or toss out the product.
With this, it will keep your products looking new. Beauty So Clean`s Cosmetic Sanitizer Mist effectively cleans, rejuvenates and removes bacteria from pressed powders, eye shadows, cream foundations, etc.
I purchased the 250ml professional size for about $25 plus shipping from http://www.beautysoclean.com. I`m not a professional, but this was the better deal. These are also available as brush cleansers and wipes for lipsticks and mascara wands.
Some people have said it`s just overpriced rubbing alcohol but I`ve been using this for several months now and have noticed no more build up of oil because the glazed layer doesn`t appear anymore. However, if the oil build up is already visible, this will not make it disappear. Despite what others have said, this has worked for me and didn`t destroy my products so I will repurchase.
All photos are my own.