Did you know that your beauty brushes can hoard bacteria and should be cleaned regularly?

According to an article on Bloglovin written by Sania Claus Demina, our brushes should be cleaned preferably daily or if not at least once a week. Sania points out that if you think about what your brushes pick up every day, makeup, dead skin cells, dirt and dust, oil from your skin and bacteria which then goes straight back into your skin.

There are numerous ‘brush cleaners’ available on the high street. Some well known ones are available from Amazon like the eBoot 3 piece makeup brush cleaner.

Marks and Spencer has a vast choice of makeup brushes but they also have this antibacterial brush set which is on offer at the moment for £28 instead of £35.

 

 

 

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