How to keep your cosmetic brushes clean, naturally.

 Eco Tip:

Bacteria free brushes, naturally!

Cleaning makeup brushes is an important task that most women overlook. As
you use your cosmetic brushes, they accumulate not only makeup, but also the oils, dead skin cells and other products that may be on your face. They can also attract dirt and dust particles from the air around them. This can create a happy home for harmful bacteria to grow and thrive.To help keep your cosmetic brushes clean and healthy, you have to remove the buildup on a regular basis. However, doing so naturally can be a bit tricky.
There are a lot of conventional brush cleaners available on the market, but then you are simply replacing the bacteria build-up with a chemical build-up! Using a natural brush cleaning solution is the best way to keep your brushes free and clear of anything!To clean your cosmetic brushes, I recommend using 1 drop of ForeverGreen’s House Keeper mixed with 1/2 cup of water & 2-3 drops of essential oil (lemon, orange, &/or tea tree because they all have disinfecting properties), then gently pat them onto a dry microfiber towel and let them sit to air dry. This should be repeated at least once a week in order to maintain the quality and life of your brush set.

My very important tips: NEVER soak your brushes and saturate the tips past the metal or it could ruin your set. Dry your brushes by pressing them back into their natural shape, then placing them over the edge of the counter to avoid the flat effect.

Also, check out the Mineral Cosmetics with Organic ingredients from Pure Anada. The best mineral make up and the best, customized make up set available.
 Take care and have a Green day, Everyday. From Pam.
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