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SEPHORA COLLECTION Purifying Brush Shampoo

What it is:A makeup brush cleanser.What it does:Keep your brushes in tip-top shape with Sephora Brand Purifying Brush Shampoo. Prevent gunky buildup and prolong the life of your prettiest tools by treating them to a weekly detox.What else you need to know:This anti-bacterial formula keeps your brushes pure, on point, and ready to perform beautifully. What else you need to know:This product is not tested on animals.
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Questions & Answers for SEPHORA COLLECTION Purifying Brush Shampoo

Question
I just tried using this for the first time and it did not lather AT ALL! Did it for anyone else or is it just me????
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
Anonymous
(Illinois)
on Purifying Brush Shampoo
10 answers
Answers
answer 1
It lathered for me - I used this in conjunction with the Sigma Beauty Mitt and it created a great lather.
answered 1 month, 2 weeks ago
evanny86
(New Mexico)
answer 2
I have noticed that it doesn't lather all that much. I put (one pump) of soap in my hand and massage my already moist brush in my palm. it lathers a little, but watch what comes off your brush, ew!
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
NewYorkNelle
(New York NY)
answer 3
It's not supposed to lather, it's only supposed to remove your make-up from your brushes. You would know if they weren't clean- they would begin to smell terrible!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
Slenderella
(NYC)
answer 4
It doesn't lather, but I usually wet my brushes and then swirl in the shampoo, so I do see lather when I do it that way. I prefer wetting the brushes, sometimes it helps clean faster.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
newyorking
(New York, NY)
answer 5
Maybe lather wasn't the right word because it didn't really lather for me either. The shampoo did clean pretty well though and that's all I was really concerned about.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
AVon89
(Milwaukee, WI)
answer 6
Yes, I noticed this also and I really like that it's not foamy. I don't like it when I have to rinse the soap out of the brushes too much.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
macki
(Milwaukee WI)
answer 7
Lather does not equal clean, so don't be discouraged if you don't see bubbles. I've used this product for a long time, and I get zero suds. The soap remains silky and literally draws out the makeup. I gently swirl it in the product in the palm of my hand and rinse with warm water.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
pigmy80
(Georgetown, TX)
answer 8
Mine didn't either, but it cleaned my brushes 100%, so I wouldn't stress out too much.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
goblynqueen
(phoenix, az)
answer 9
Wow..It lathers great for me. However, with my larger powder brushes, I have to put a few extra pumps of the shampoo directly onto the brush hairs to get a good lather! Hope this helps!!! :)
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
lesttpe
(Atlanta)
answer 10
I don't find this product lathers much at all. It is such a gentle formula, which is good because it won't dry out or ruin the burshes, but for heavier cleaning it is not the best. For deep cleaning use a mild baby shampoo
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
eastws1
(Fernandina Beach, FL)
Question
How often do I need to use the shampoo if I'm using the daliy brush cleaner?
asked 6 years, 1 month ago
jessicay26
on Purifying Brush Shampoo
10 answers
Answers
answer 1
I use the daily cleanser every day and the brush cleaner once a week.
answered 1 month, 2 weeks ago
liquoricegirl
(Vancouver, BC)
answer 2
If you have skin prone to breakouts, shampoo 1-2x a week depending on how often u use your brushes. I have sensitive skin but I only wear makeup maybe 3x a week so I shampoo once a week (usually the weekend) and use the daily brush cleaner between uses. Foundation brushes I sometimes shampoo between uses though because of my skin
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
kamh
(Philadelphia, pa)
answer 3
I try to wash (with the shampoo) every two or three days. I use the cleaner in between washing.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
NewYorkNelle
(New York NY)
answer 4
I use the brush shampoo every day for my eye lining brush, concealer brush and my face makeup brush. I don't use the cleaner at all. The cleaner is faster drying and doesn't require rinsing. I would think that if you're using the cleaner each time you could shampoo your brushes 1x per week.
answered 5 years, 7 months ago
30ish
(Los banos, CA.)
answer 5
Well if you're using the daily brush cleaner, you'd be likely to need to use it daily, but if you're using the general brush cleaner, probably about twice a week dependent on use.

Also if you use a lot of products or product on the brush, you should use it more often to keep your brush in tip-top shape.
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
siddles
(Greenwich, CT)
answer 6
I would say ideally once per week. But I usually lolly gag for a couple of weeks.
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
amynohio
(Springboro, OH)
answer 7
One a week
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
cathygr72
(Huntsville,AL)
answer 8
I use it once every two weeks. I would probably use it less, if I wasn't a make up addict.
answered 6 years ago
Asolo
(Miami, FL)
answer 9
Hi,

I use this at least once a week, and clean my brushes daily also.

Hope this helps.
answered 6 years ago
dreamyone
(ATLANTA LOOKS GREAT THIS TIME OF YEAR)
answer 10
I use this shampoo every week or so while using the spray cleaner more frequently. Especially good for foundation, concealer and eyeshadow brushes.
answered 6 years ago
linda1228
(Burlington, ON)
Question
how do you use it on your brushes?
do you spray it on and wash it off or just let the shampoo set on it?
asked 7 years, 1 month ago
rachu
on Purifying Brush Shampoo
8 answers
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answer 1
It's so much easier to use a soft sponge to clean the brushes.

1. Wet sponge.
2. Pump a little shampoo onto the sponge and slightly work into sponge.
3. Dampen bristles of brush(es).
4. Swirl in sponge/shampoo until all make-up is gone.
5. Rinse brush(es).

If the sponge gets super dirty while cleaning, just run it under water and squeeze out the solution.

Hope this helps!
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
victorrriamarie
(Sherman Oaks, CA)
answer 2
I like to squirt a dime size amount in my hand and swirl the brush around, but you could also squirt a small amount on the brush and work it into the brush as you rinse it. You may have to repeat the process 2x to really remove all the product...especially when dealing with concealers or face makeup.
answered 5 years, 7 months ago
30ish
(Los banos, CA.)
answer 3
It has a shampoo-like texture, which you pump out into your palm. Then you gently rub the wet brush into the gel to work it into the brush (there will be little or no 'sudsing'). Once it is worked through all the bristles, you simply rinse well, pat the brush carefully on a towel, then re-shape and lay flat to dry overnight. Obviously you need to do this when you have time to allow brushes to dry completely, as you wouldn't want to use them in cosmetic while wet. Makes your brushes amazingly fluffy, but doesn't damage, dry out or change the texture of the bristles!
answered 5 years, 9 months ago
BeautySpook
(Minneapolis, MN)
answer 4
you should wet the brush first, then pump one pump onto the brush. then swirl the brush around in the palm of your palm, allowing the product in the brush to come out. then when finished, rinse the brush.
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
morganariel
(baltimore, md)
answer 5
I wash my hand thoroughly. I dampen the brush tips, pump a small bit of shampoo on hand and gently swirl the brush into the shampoo. It came off quickly and easily on all brushes except for the foundation and concealer brushes.
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
amynohio
(Springboro, OH)
answer 6
I wet my brushes with warm water and then spray the product in my hand. I then swirl the brushes in the shampoo(till makeup is washed out)then rinse clean and air dry. It is good if you can rest your brushes off the end of your bathroom counter or any counter to let all the bristles air dry.
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
cathygr72
(Huntsville,AL)
answer 7
Put some shampoo on the brush, then make a cup with your hand and put some water in it. Lather up your brush then run rinse and let brush dry. You will notice the difference.
answered 7 years, 1 month ago
Pammiebrad
(Oberlin, OH)
answer 8
I just use a couple of squirts of the brush cleaner in my hand and then swirl the brush in that. Sometimes you have to clean the brushes twice.
answered 7 years, 1 month ago
chantel126
(Boynton Beach, FL)
Question
Why is this better?
Why should I use this vs hand or face soap?
asked 3 years, 5 months ago
ThatGirl71
(Bend, Oregon)
on Purifying Brush Shampoo
8 answers
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answer 1
a long time ago I used shampoo and totally ruined all my makeup brushes
answered 1 month, 2 weeks ago
liquoricegirl
(Vancouver, BC)
answer 2
It rinses out much easier than regular shampoo, and it seems to keep the bristles in better shape.
answered 2 years ago
MJade388
(Providence, RI)
answer 3
It does give a deeper clean than hand soap. It got the super-long-last foundation off my foundation brush when other soap didn't.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
ejohnsoz
(Arlington, VA)
answer 4
this really is NOT better than hand or face soap. However hand soap may not be gentle enough for your brushes (depending on what kind of hair they are made of) and face soap is gentle but might be too expensive for using as brush cleaner (I used to use Philosophy Purity Made Simple face wash which worked great but was pricy!). This is not better because it does not wash well, specially foundation brushes. I suggest baby shampoo.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
susanaa
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 5
In my experience, it made the brush's bristles light and fluffy once it dried. I used to use soap to clean my makeup brushes, too, but this worked much better. Before, the brush head would be clean but it was like no big deal. After using this stuff, the bristles were light, fluffy, and soft.

Maybe you can get a sample to try it.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
alex575
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 6
I had the same misgivings about buying this--I'd always just used a bar of soap before. However, using this, I will never go back. The soap took forever--I had to keep applying and washing it out to get all my makeup out, plus the endless rinsing to make sure I got all the soap out, and then my brushes were super soaked and took forever to dry. This stuff was ridiculously quick--I washed about 6 brushes in 5 minutes. And I could barely believe it, I kept running the brushes under water to see if more makeup would come off, to see if it was missing some and the water was clear. I will never go back to soap.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
suziqt7
answer 7
This formula works great for brushes. A few pumps and some water and you'll see the make up just dissolve from the brush. I used to wash my brushes with hand soap, but wasn't satisfied with how much soap I had to use to get it clean (too much lather). This cleanser is specially formulated for makeup brushes. This shampoo won't necessarily build up a lather (which I like) but will definatly clean your makeup brushes.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
samm3rs
(Bakersfield, CA)
answer 8
I've tried hair shampoos, dish liquids, and antibac hand washes on my brushes over the years. I would have thought they were fine. Until I used this brush shampoo! The reason I got this was because the last time I washed my brush w/dish soap, something weird happened & I almost threw it out. However, this shampoo brought it back to life! I use an Estee Lauder foundation brush that I LOVE it must be 5 years old...but soft as ever when I use this shampoo. I promise it's worth the money!
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
jpsunshine
(upstate NY)
Question
Will this product cause my sensitive skin to breakout?
asked 7 years, 4 months ago
morg2585
on Purifying Brush Shampoo
8 answers
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answer 1
I have very sensitive skin an it didn't cause a reaction with me. Just make sure that you rinse the brush thoroughly to keep from any soap residue being left on the bristles.
answered 3 weeks, 1 day ago
julabee
(Florida)
answer 2
I have sensitive skin too, and I think this soap works quite well. no breakouts!
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
NewYorkNelle
(New York NY)
answer 3
I have healthy, clear skin. Luckily, I am not prone to break out. I tried this product about a month ago. I cleaned my brushes and made sure they were thoroughly rinsed out and dry before using them again. I had a reaction to the brush shampoo. It caused me to break out, so it isn't what I'd call an allergic reaction, but clearly something in the product did not agree with my skin. I'd be cautious. You could always try it, and if you do have a reaction you know Sephora stands by their products and would try to find you something that didn't cause a reaction.
answered 5 years, 6 months ago
cassfactor
(Iowa)
answer 4
No. My skin tends to be sensitive & I haven't haven't had any issues. In fact, cleaning my brushes more frequently has avoided any oil build up on the brushes. Also, you are washing and air drying your brushes for at least 6 hrs. before you use them and the purifying shampoo has been thoroughly rinsed out.
answered 5 years, 7 months ago
30ish
(Los banos, CA.)
answer 5
I have very sensitive skin and I had no problems using this product.
answered 5 years, 8 months ago
jn75130
(Biddeford)
answer 6
If you rinse the product thoroughly from the brush, it shouldn't be harmful. Keeping your brushes clean will likely benefit your sensitive skin.
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
amynohio
(Springboro, OH)
answer 7
I have sensitive skin and I don't have a problem. Just like with anything, make sure to completely rinse out all the shampoo to avoid having irritation for sensitive skin
answered 6 years ago
glo637
(Irvine, CA)
answer 8
No it won't. Just make sure you clean and dry your brushes thoroughly before using them.
answered 7 years, 4 months ago
cipper
(Toronto, Canada)
Question
Does this work on foundation brushes?
I have this cleaner and it works great on all my brushes but my foundation brushes. i have used mac brush cleaner and it does get everything out but this one i will wash my foundation brush 4-5 times and it still doesn't get it all out
asked 6 years, 4 months ago
Anonymous
(Atascadero, CA)
on Purifying Brush Shampoo
8 answers
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answer 1
It isn't effective on my foundation brush at all. 5, 6, 7 times and it still wasn't clean. I have to use baby shampoo to cleanse my foundation brush.
answered 3 weeks, 1 day ago
julabee
(Florida)
answer 2
I use this to clean my foundation brushes, but I swirl the brush around before rinsing. I sometimes repeat the process to make sure I truly get it all. I don't use a huge amount, but I do work it around in my hand. You can always reshape the brush after you've rinsed it & are setting it up to dry. You can always ask for a sample so you can try it before you actually
purchase it.
answered 5 years, 7 months ago
30ish
(Los banos, CA.)
answer 3
I would say it does. I cleaned my foundation brush... it took about 3-4 applications of the shampoo before the water ran clear, but it ran clear. I followed the instructions and pumped the shampoo on to my hand and then swirled the brush into it while running it under warm water. (im using the sephora foundation brush- and had never washed it since i bought it- so it was full of make up)
answered 5 years, 8 months ago
24yroldfemale
(Fresno, CA)
answer 4
This works on foundation brushes
answered 5 years, 8 months ago
jn75130
(Biddeford)
answer 5
you need to put a little effort in and move the brush around but it does work for cream products, I use it on my lip brush and my cream eyeshadow brush with no problems!
answered 5 years, 9 months ago
NikiMc
(toronto)
answer 6
Good question - and I almost noted this in my post...unfortunately, it takes substantially more effort to get the foundation and concealer brushes clean. It will clean them effectively...eventually. But it does not come off effortlessly as with the other brushes.
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
amynohio
(Springboro, OH)
answer 7
This shampoo gets my foundation brushes clean. You might be using a brush cleaner unsuitable for heavier make up ingredients such as the ones found in liquid foundations. It could also be that your brush bristles are bleeding dye so it may not be residual foundation. I had a brush that did that and I, too, thought my shampoo wasn't getting it clean.
answered 6 years ago
dj78
(Durham, NC)
answer 8
I use the Bare Minerals mini-kabuki brush, and it holds a lot of foundation. I had to lather and rinse mine about 3 times, but after that, my brush was "painting" clear with this product.

I tried it out on a glass plate, so when the soap and plate were clear, I figured it was clean.
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
wanderluststar
(Boston, MA)
Question
Can't I just use the same shampoo?
A gentle shampoo or shampoo that removes product build-up from the hair sounds like an excellent alternative and it's something I already have. Doesn't it make sense that I could use that instead of buying a separate product?
asked 3 years, 1 month ago
88tbone
(San Jose, CA)
on Purifying Brush Shampoo
8 answers
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answer 1
Personally, I use baby shampoo. Regular shampoo will leave residue and oils that you would not want on your face. It could also damage the bristles.
answered 3 weeks, 1 day ago
julabee
(Florida)
answer 2
You could. But I have found that with my sensitive skin, this brush shampoo works the best. Plus, idk about you, but my shampoo has extra stuff like keratin or anti-frizz stuff in it, that I just don't need to put on a brush I use for my face.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
NewYorkNelle
(New York NY)
answer 3
I've actually gone that route before, and found that it wasn't as effective as using this product. I had to wash the brush repeatedly to get it clean, and it didn't feel like it rinsed cleanly, either. This is my favorite shampoo that gives me gorgeous hair (my stylist lusts over it), so I'm not changing shampoos just to clean my brush! For the price, and with Sephora's satisfaction guarantee, I was willing to give it a shot, and I'm glad I did.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
katannah
(Atlanta, GA)
answer 4
Once brush is clean, squeeze out excess water with a lint-free tissue and reshape brush. Lay flat or upside-down to dry! Because your brush has to be bacteria-free, be careful not to touch its hair without washing your hands.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
sweetsjjw
(Pittsburgh, PA)
answer 5
Nothing seems to remove my foundation from my Sephora brush except this great shampoo---it is specifically formulated to do that, and it works quickly.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
Slenderella
(NYC)
answer 6
absolutely. use a gentle shampoo and rinse with warm water. it may take longer to dry this way but its much better for your brushes than a brush shampoo that has alcohol (which this one does)
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
ghkim
(New York, NY)
answer 7
Yes. There's nothing wrong with using regular shampoo and it probably works better.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
JamieDawn
(Tulsa, OK)
answer 8
You can use a mild dish soap instead. This brush shampoo does not work on a brush that is used for Tarte Amazonian Clay foundation I find. I haven't got another foundation to try this brush shampoo on so I am not sure. It will probably work on a brush that doesn't have a heavy foundation base on it.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
Lorilit
(Ft. Worth, TX)
Question
Can this be used to clean a beauty blender?
I am wondering if this could be used as a cheaper version cleanser to clean a beauty blender?
asked 1 year, 11 months ago
shoplover
(Rockville.Md)
on Purifying Brush Shampoo
7 answers
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answer 1
Not sure, but I wouldn't recommend it. To clean your BB use olive oil and Johnson & Johnson baby wash OR something like dawn (I actually use regular hand soap) and it should work! There should be more soap in the formula. You don't need too much oil but you need it to break down the makeup-this shampoo isn't strong enough to really clean a BB in my opinion
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
kamh
(Philadelphia, pa)
answer 2
well, it does clean the bblender but you have to wash it several times. i can suggest the *SEPHORA COLLECTION Dry Clean: Solid Brush Cleaner* this soap is just as the bb solid cleanser but in my opinion BETTER! cleans very well and it's safe for the bblender and won't irritate your skin.
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answered 10 months ago
AmmiJV01
(miami, FL)
answer 3
I have tried using this product to clean my beauty blender however it only seems to barely clean the surface of it. It works much better on actual brushes and personally I have had better luck cleaning my beauty blenders with the right shampoo.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
JessieMeow497
(Dallas, GA)
answer 4
I've used a squirt or two in a jar, filled it with warm water and placed my BB in there to soak. Comes out clean. Just make sure you squish the solution-based water into the sponge while it sits in the water. Good luck!
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
ccomrie
(Hamilton, ON)
answer 5
I tried using this product with a beauty blender, but I'm not completely sure it did the trick. I still rinsed it under water a few times just to make sure all the make-up was gone.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
JillYu
(Arlington, Virginia)
answer 6
It works pretty well on Beauty Blenders, but I think it does a better job on brushes. I use it to clean my Beauty Blenders immediately after using them, but I can still see faint stains from the foundation/concealer after rinsing them.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
comeoneileen88
answer 7
I can't speak to its ability to clean a beauty blender, but I thought this cleanser did such a horrible job at cleaning out my brushes. I went through it super quickly because it just did not get the makeup off. I was better off using regular soap and/or face wash.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
lyzziedarling
Question
How is the best way to dry the makeup brush.
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
princita
on Purifying Brush Shampoo
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
After you cleanse the brush, lay the brush flat with the brush end hanging off the side of the counter. I cleanse mine at night so that they will be ready to use in the morning.
answered 3 weeks, 1 day ago
julabee
(Florida)
answer 2
I would say just try to gently squeeze out all of the moisture with a paper towel and shape them, then leave them out to dry.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
sierralj97
(MN)
answer 3
You shape the bristles to their original form yourself after washing them, and then you let it dry overnight. Don't use a hairdryer or anything, as that may burn the synthetic bristles.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
AlishaMedusa
(Modesto, CA)
answer 4
leave it in a an empty glass or jar, with the bristles pointing up towards the ceiling. that way, they can air dry without being pressed on any of the sides. that ensures that the shape doesnt change. leave it overnight or how ever long it takes to dry.
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
MilaSt
(Ottawa, ONT)
answer 5
I use this to wash my brushes as soon as I'm done applying my makeup, and I let them air dry. By the time I need to use them again the next day, they are completely dry!
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
glasstourist
answer 6
We recommend laying your makeup brushes flat to dry. Standing them upright will cause any moisture to seep into the ferrule (metal part) and loosen the glue that holds the bristles in. Laying them flat will ensure that they last longer.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 7
I gently squeeze the excess water out and then let the brush air dry standing up. I found if I lay them down to dry they will be flat on one side.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
hlt1
(Raleigh, NC)
Question
Difference b/t this and regular brush shampoo
Is the only difference that this one is antibacterial?
asked 7 years, 4 months ago
Kristalea
(Austin TX)
on Purifying Brush Shampoo
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
Only a small amount of product can clean a huge brush. It smells good, others not really. I would say go for it if you are not on a budget.
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
ROCKNPOP
(Canada)
answer 2
it's an actual shampoo that is deep cleaning. you have to rinse your burshing and allow to air dry after cleaning with this product...not like other cleaners where you just apply the product and wipe your brushes clean (that's for "daily use" cleaners).
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
gcubed
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 3
There's the brush shampoo, and the brush cleaner. The brush cleaner (the other one) is more for everyday and won't get the stuff that's in a bit deeper. This one is better for foundation brushes where the brush picks up more product and has deeper-set gunk. For powder brushes, the other is probably sufficient.
answered 5 years, 3 months ago
ny541
(New York, NY)
answer 4
I prefer the shampoo vs. the anti-bacterial spray because it adheres to the brush & product to really clean the makeup brush. I tried just using anti-bacterial soap previously and it left my brushes dried out. The bottle lasts for about 8-12 months with regular use on your brushes.
answered 5 years, 7 months ago
30ish
(Los banos, CA.)
answer 5
Hi,

There are a lot of brush cleaners on the market right now. Some are for daily cleaning, and some are for a more heavy duty cleaning, for once or twice a week. There are also towelettes available for cleaning brushes. Some cleaners are anti-bacterial and some are not.

Frankly, I haven't found one that's way better than the next. Some are a little stronger which would be good if you use a lot of heavy oil based products with your brushes. Otherwise, most any cleaner seems to work pretty well. Some people prefer the anti-bacterial cleaners, especially if they have any skin issues. Even if they don't, it protects the brushes from bacterial growth.

Hope this helps.
answered 6 years ago
dreamyone
(ATLANTA LOOKS GREAT THIS TIME OF YEAR)
answer 6
This one works.....I promise! It cleans all of the germs from acne, etc. My acne has gotten much better since I was told to wash my makeup brushes.
answered 7 years, 2 months ago
pugsley21
(New Mexico)
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