How to Clean Makeup Brushes Naturally

by | Updated: December 4th, 2016 | Read time: 1 minute

You wouldn’t wash dishes with a dirty sponge. That would just make more of a mess. The same goes for your makeup tools. Using product-clogged brushes on your skin only adds to the buildup of bacteria, which leads to breakouts and blotchiness. So while you’re treating your skin every day to prevent blemishes, you’re also contributing to the problem. All it takes to prevent a skin rebellion is 10 minutes once a month to clean your brushes with natural solutions. It’s easier than you might think…

What you’ll need:

When to clean:

Try to clean your makeup tools once a month to help prevent unnecessary dirt from irritating skin and causing breakouts.

Where to clean:

Your bathroom sink is perfectly fine.

How to clean:

Use warm water, and then watch the video for step-by-step instructions for each type of makeup brush and sponge.