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Do you still need to deep clean your brushes every week if you use this often?
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How does it compare to the beauty blender cleanser? Also, how long does the 2 oz bottle last (say you clean ~56brushes every week)?
Recent Question:
Do you take the soap bar out of the container?
Recent Question:
Can the Brush Be Used Immediately?
Recent Question:
Can this be used on the Beauty Blender as well??
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Ingredient list? Fragrance free?
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Do you take the soap bar out of the container?
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Does is work as well as BeautyBlender Cleaner?
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How does it compare to the beauty blender cleanser? Also, how long does the 2 oz bottle last (say you clean ~56brushes every week)?


beautyblender blendercleanser&reg solid

What it is: A travel-friendly alternative to the liquid blendercleanser&reg, along with a custom grid to dry beautyblender&reg and deep clean brushes. What it does: This cleanser removes excess residue and germs for clean makeup application. It supports the integrity of the blender as it provides the same cleansing results and soothing lavender fragrance as the liquid blendercleanser. What it is formulated WITHOUT: - Parabens - Sulfates - Phthalates What else you need to know: Handcrafted in the USA.
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Questions & Answers for beautyblender blendercleanser&reg solid

Question
how to use?
i'm interested in this product, what how do you use it? do you scrub it on?
asked 1 year, 6 months ago
vhenry
(Brooklyn, NY)
on blendercleanser&reg solid
11 answers
Answers
answer 1
Yes, wet the solid soap and your beauty blender, than just rub it on the soap and lather it with your hands and rinse. Repeat a few times and it will be spotless.
answered 10 months ago
popcornlover722
(Orlando, FL)
answer 2
you run your brush or sponge under warm water and then "massage" or brush it into the concentrate in the tin. You will see if start to lather and turn orange/pink (due to the make up). Rinse both the tin and brush and repeat until the lather is no longer a makeup color.
answered 10 months ago
DIETZ
(Wake Forest, NC)
answer 3
It's really simple actually! You just have to wet your brush/sponge and then you swirl it around in the container or you could take the soap out and use it too. Sometimes I hold it upside down while I swirl my brush so all the excess water empties out. I hope this helped!! Happy cleaning!
answered 10 months ago
KeviinBee
answer 4
I wet my brush or sponge then rub it in the cleanser. You really use it much like a soap. It lasts quite a while. You definitely get your money's worth.
answered 11 months ago
NSCanada
(Halifax, NS)
answer 5
Just get your beauty blender wet and dab it on the bar or cleaner and make sure you coat it well then rinse it out and repeat if necessary and your done it's so easy I'm in love and works great with brushes too.
answered 1 year ago
kim223
(Vero Beach, Florida)
answer 6
I use this product with the pink beauty blender sponge. You simply rub the sponge lightly into the damp soap. You then do a circular motion with your sponge or, brush and continue until the foundation and/or product is out.
answered 1 year ago
GabbyBabe
(Omaha nebraska)
answer 7
Get the beauty blender or brush head wet, then rub it around the bar, that's it! Once I have a brush lathered, I rub it over my palm to lather then rinse and allow to dry.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
ShariMariM
(Honolulu, HI)
answer 8
Wet your sponge then rub it on the solid in a circular motion. Once you feel you have enough lather just squeeze the sponge around. A little bit goes a long way!
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
Kelly972
(Chicago, IL)
answer 9
Wet your brush, rub/swipe it on the soap to collect some, create a lather on bar or hand, rinse well.

easy peasy and quick. love it. effective too.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
sparkieLO
(Prince George, BC)
answer 10
It's used to cleanse your Beauty Blender or make up brushes, not your face.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
yellj
(New York, NY)
answer 11
To use the cleanser pop it out of the container, add a little water, and then swirl your brush or beautyblender along it. Work up a rich later on the brush or blender and then rinse with warm water.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
How do you use this product?
How does this product work? Do you rub the sponge in the container?
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
robynayee
(Quincy, MA)
on blendercleanser&reg solid
11 answers
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answer 1
Wet your item then wet the soap and rub the beauty blender and/ or brush to the surface of the soap. Then lather the soap on the item by lightly rubbing it in your hands under lightly running water. Repeat until the water running is clean. Make sure to rinse off your solid soap and dry it out before closing the case.
answered 10 months ago
missnjaay
(Sunnyvale, CA)
answer 2
I swirl my brush in it and then rub on the balm of my hand., rinse, repeat until clean. The sephora mu told me to do it that way to make it last longer.
answered 11 months ago
meggtx
(Houston, TX)
answer 3
Yep! You get the beautyblender, brush, or sponge wet (and with the beautyblender, you let it expand to full size) and swirl it in the product. It's like a bar of soap in a container, so you take your beautyblender/brush and swirl some cleanser onto it, then I swirl in the palm of my hand to clean and rinse thoroughly!
answered 11 months ago
shelbyemm
answer 4
You take the soap bar out and run water over it (like any other bar of soap and just lather the bar onto the beauty blender (or swirl your brush onto it) and work the product into the brush. After you've worked the product into the beauty blender/brush rinse it out well and dry it with a towel.
answered 1 year ago
Jfil2013
(Lebanon, OH)
answer 5
Yes, you rub the sponge onto the solid. And you can also clean your brushes with it by swirling them too!
answered 1 year ago
enilorac003
(Ottawa,ON)
answer 6
The cleaner is like a bar of soap. You rub your damp Beauty Blender, or brush alone the bar and then rub it in with your fingers or swirl the brush in your palm, then rinse with water until it's clean.

Hope this helps!
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
SharmaNicole
(New Haven, CT)
answer 7
Saturate your beautyblender with water, then rub it around on the surface of the bar. You can then squeeze and rub the sponge and work the soap into a lather. Then make sure you rinse your sponge well until the water runs clear.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
Shyla09
answer 8
You wet the sponge and then rub it directly into the soap in the container. I keep the sponge and cleanser under the faucet as I'm washing. Squeezing all of the excess water and cleanser out. Then just let the cleanser sit out and dry so excess water can evaporate!
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
blush4u
(Minneapolis, MN)
answer 9
I wet the sponge then rub it on the solid in a circular motion. It's like a bar of soap and will lather up.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
Kelly972
(Chicago, IL)
answer 10
Yup. I take it out of the container and use it like a bar of soap. but you can just rinse it right off without losing too much product
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
miloberry
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 11
Yes you can rub the damp/wet sponge into the actual bar in the container. Swirl it around so the product gets into the sponge and massage the sponge.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
calidreaming16
Question
How much usage can you get out of this cleanser?
For example, the cleanser in liquid form gives you get 6 oz of product and you can get a rough estimate on how much of the product will be used, but this little tin is much harder to determine. Is it concentrated?
asked 1 year, 6 months ago
damy
(San Francisco, CA)
on blendercleanser&reg solid
11 answers
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answer 1
Have only had this product for a short time but I had to use very little to clean 8 or 10 brushes plus using a few times on my BB - barely made a difference in the block. I would say it is quite concentrated.
answered 8 months ago
LuvLadybugs
(Mississauga, ON)
answer 2
This lasts me about 3.5 months. I clean my brushes once a week and each time I wash them, i have about 12 brushes to clean.
answered 9 months ago
hellokatieeeeee
(Anaheim Hills, CA)
answer 3
The amount of usage you can get from the tin depends on how often you are washing your blender. The solid soap is definitely longlasting in my opinion. It seems to be pretty concentrated you only need a few swipes to completely clean the blender each time. Mines barely has a dent or shrinkage and I've used it multiple times.
answered 10 months ago
popcornlover722
(Orlando, FL)
answer 4
it is very concentrated. I has used the liquid kind before (different brand) but i feel this tin yields much better use! I would recommend this over a liquid kind!
answered 10 months ago
DIETZ
(Wake Forest, NC)
answer 5
It truly depends on how many times a week you clean your brushes/sponges. And also how many brushes/sponges you're actually washing. If you tend to just clean them once a week or even just twice a month, it will last you approximately 3-4 months. I personally try to wash my brushes (maybe like 10-15 at a time) every 2 weeks or so and I've had mine since December and mine is just now starting to run very low. But like I said, it just depends on how frequent you wash them and how many your actually washing. But this cleanser is 100% worth it. I'll never use another brush/sponge cleanser!
answered 10 months ago
KeviinBee
answer 6
I tend to think it's concentrated. A little goes a LONG way... Especially when used on brushes. I don't even have to do a full swirl with a wet brush to get enough soap to clean it! I still haven't used mine up and I've been using it pretty regularly (as a deep cleaner once every 1.5-2 weeks, with regular spot cleaning everyday) for about 3 months!
answered 11 months ago
shelbyemm
answer 7
I can't guess exactly how this product compares to the liquid, but I can say that a little bit goes a long way. Simply wet the sponge, get a little lather from the solid, then squish the sponge around. It doesn't take very much solid at all.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
Kelly972
(Chicago, IL)
answer 8
You don't need much. I bought mine a few months ago and it still looks like I can use it until next august and I use my sponge everyday
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
calidreaming16
answer 9
with hard soaps you tend to go further. I get my brush with enough soap on it and continue lathering in my hand for less waste. just as effective.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
sparkieLO
(Prince George, BC)
answer 10
I have been using for four weeks, every day. I appears it will last 3-5 months. It of course depends on how many brushes/sponges you are cleaning. On average I use 6-7 brushes per day and a sponge intermittently.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
dem54
(Springfield MO)
answer 11
Concentrated. I've had mine for 3 weeks, and use it daily.....doesn't even look used (except for around the edges where my foundation color sits sometimes)
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
yellj
(New York, NY)
Question
Brush Cleanser
Can I use this product to clean my brushes? I'm looking for something in a solid format to clean my brushes with.
asked 7 months ago
norahharper
(Ottawa, ON)
on blendercleanser&reg solid
8 answers
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answer 1
Yes, I do.
answered 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Debs255
(Chicago, IL)
answer 2
Yes definitely! This cleanser works with any makeup brush you have! Even eye brushes. Its very gentle.
answered 6 months ago
meganwithmakeup
answer 3
YES! this is an amazing brush cleanser. Cleaned about 30 brushes in ten minutes. Definitely a great brush cleaner.
answered 6 months ago
MShosh
(Boston, MA)
answer 4
Yes you can use it to clean your brushes. There process is kind of messy having to swatch them on the bar but it can be done.
answered 6 months ago
ohthatsashley
(Hollywood,Fl)
answer 5
Yes!! This product works great for brushes as well! xoxo
answered 7 months ago
melissaleex
(Hudson Wisconsin)
answer 6
Yes! You can use it to clean your brushes as well. It's nice because you don't have to get your hands all soggy cleaning brush after brush after brush. Get it!!
answered 7 months ago
atereece
(Tucson, AZ)
answer 7
Yes you can. I've been cleaning my brushes with this.
answered 7 months ago
rose86
(Saint Paul, MN)
answer 8
Yes!! This stuff is sooooo great at cleaning brushes! I even cleaned old clean brushes - they still had so much makeup on them that I didn't know about :( The oil cleansing properties of this stuff make it very good at cleaning out oil-based makeup :)
answered 7 months ago
wowohwow
(Chicago, IL)
Question
Is this suitable for natural hair brushes as well synthetic brushes??
asked 8 months ago
sammie460
(Nanuet, NY)
on blendercleanser&reg solid
7 answers
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answer 1
Yes, I believe it is. I used it to clean my Sephora duo fiber brushes with little to no damage and super amazing results
answered 4 months, 2 weeks ago
MaraJordan
(Atlanta, Georgia)
answer 2
It seems a bit drying for makeup brushes in my opinion.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
SeejayWoo
(Chicagoland area, IL)
answer 3
Yes
answered 7 months ago
sfeldman4045
(Troy, MI)
answer 4
No, this is very drying and leaves brushes stiff.
answered 8 months ago
evey81
(Fort Worth, TX)
answer 5
I used it on both types of brushes and it worked very well. My natural brushes didn't seem quite as soft after as with the normal "conditioning" type of liquid cleanser so I will likely alternate.
answered 8 months ago
LuvLadybugs
(Mississauga, ON)
answer 6
It worked beautifully for all my brushes
I have synthetic foundation brushes and natural eyes and powder brushes.
answered 8 months ago
infinitise
(Calgary, AB)
answer 7
Yes! This product can be used on all brush types.
answered 8 months ago
kevinbt
Question
Is this lavender scented?
The liquid sponge cleanser is lavender scented and unfortunately lavender gives me a horrid headache. They don't mention what scent the fragrance is for the solid cleanser. Anyone know what it is?
asked 10 months ago
Anonymous
on blendercleanser&reg solid
6 answers
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answer 1
This has a pretty generic glycerin soap smell. It has a little hint of coconut and aloe, but that's not strong at all. It reminds me of a soap my artist mom uses to clean her paint brushes, but this has a gentler, softer scent and formula overall. No lavender at all in the ingredients, so hopefully it won't give you a headache!
answered 6 months ago
bostonjoy89
(Boston, MA)
answer 2
the solid doesn't seem to have a lavender scent, and it doesn't leave behind a scent on the brushes as far as i can tell.
answered 6 months ago
kryssyg86
(Douglasville, GA)
answer 3
I don't notice much fragrance with this product.
answered 9 months ago
Lynne729
(Lexington, KY)
answer 4
I don't find this to have any scent at all.
answered 9 months ago
aanscott
(Fairfax, VA)
answer 5
Yes it is lavender scented.... its not as strong as the cleanser but it is definitely lavender
answered 10 months ago
LilyMoon1
(Ny,NY)
answer 6
As far as I can tell the solid cleanser in unscented.
answered 10 months ago
krtty1125
(Granby, CT)
Question
Can I use this on my Becca brush?
I just ordered The all in one Becca Perfector brush and wanted to know if i can use my beauty blender soap to clean it every 2 weeks?
asked 6 months ago
uyti
(Huntington Beach)
on blendercleanser&reg solid
6 answers
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answer 1
Yes, you should be able to use this on any kind of brush. If it doesn't fit in the canister, I suggest removing the soap to another dish then replacing it when you are through.
answered 3 weeks, 4 days ago
pisceschica777
(Silver Spring, MD)
answer 2
Absolutely. Buff it into the cleanser bar and remember not to submerge the brush in water, just pinch out excess water from the bristles when rinsing. Enjoy!
answered 1 month, 1 week ago
brenv
(Menlo Park, CA)
answer 3
I see no reason why you couldn't. It's made without sulfates, parabens, and phthalates and seems gentle. As long as you don't scrub your brush and just use the grid that's under the soap if you needed a deeper cleaning, it should be fine. The brush says to not wash it in alcohol and this cleaner doesn't have any alcohol. As long as you're gentle with it, your brush should be fine. If something does happen, you might even be able to bring the brush back to Sephora and exchange it since the cleaner says nothing about not being able to be used with natural materials.
answered 1 month, 1 week ago
Ceallaigh
(Saint Louis, MO)
answer 4
I use it with all my brushes, and it does the job and not damaging the brushes at all!
answered 5 months, 4 weeks ago
xxrenniexx
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 5
Yes, you can. It's very gentle and would work with all brushes and sponges, not just BB :)
answered 6 months ago
racheletab
(Huntington Beach, CA)
answer 6
I've used this to clean my makeup brushes and it works great. I've also seen several YouTube Beauty Gurus that use this to wash their brushes.
answered 6 months ago
Sherryt
(Chattanooga, TN)
Question
Sensitive skin?
So, I'm concerned about the fragrance sticking to the blender and wreaking havoc with my sensitive skin. I'm very careful about avoiding fragranced products. I even bought the pure blender b/c I tried to the pink one and the amount of dye that leaked from the sponge every time I cleaned it concerned me. Do you notice a lingering scent after using this product? I mean, I know I'm not DIRECTLY rubbing the cleanser onto my skin, but I don't want to develop contact dermatitis just because I want to get my blender clean!
asked 1 month ago
invisiblebike
(Chapel Hill, NC)
on blendercleanser&reg solid
6 answers
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answer 1
I have extremely dry and sensitive skin and have not noticed any scent lingering on my Beauty Blender or my brushes.
answered 1 week, 1 day ago
beautybug14
(Washington, D.C)
answer 2
I have extremely sensitive skin and finding cleansers, masks, lotions, even shampoos affects the way my skin looks and feels. I can promise you that this cleanser for the beauty blender will have not effect on your skin. All this cleanser will do is remove all of the product and bacteria from your use. It will leave the blender almost looking like you just opened the package and were going to use it for the first time. There will be no signs of the cleanser anywhere on the blender. I think you'll be happy with the results - your skin is in good hands with this one!
answered 1 week, 2 days ago
ambb29
(Columbus, OHIO)
answer 3
Yes there is a scent even after clean. Not sure exactly what scent.
answered 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Debs255
(Chicago, IL)
answer 4
I have super sensitive skin as well and so long as I rinses it really well, it has yet to irritate my skin! I also have Rosacea so I am very careful about what products even come remotely close to my skin!
answered 3 weeks, 5 days ago
SarahLouSparkle
(Tampa, Florida)
answer 5
If you rinse it out properly you shouldn't have any trouble just keep squeezing until the water runs clear and then squeeze a few more times. You will be wetting the sponge again anyway in order to use it so give it a few squeezes then as well. :)
answered 4 weeks, 1 day ago
heartsmyface
(Vancouver)
answer 6
I would say no. Compared to any DIY cleaning I've ever done, let's say fragrance from baby shampoo or dawn soap, this soap has the slightest scent. I think it's worth trying out with your skin because that's really the only way to know if it'll irritate your skin since everyone's skin is different. I personally don't think the soap itself will be harsh on even the most sensitive skin, but you never know.
answered 4 weeks, 1 day ago
imakebelipinos
(Bay Area, CA)
Question
Does it smell like/contain lavender?
I'm interested in getting a beauty blender, but I noticed in a product description of a set that includes this item, it states that it has a "lavender" scent. I'm allergic to lavender (it seems like it's in EVERYTHING), so I want to skip this if it contains it ... I looked at the ingredients but it just says "fragrance," which isn't helpful in this case. :(
asked 11 months ago
rachelnyc
(New York, NY)
on blendercleanser&reg solid
4 answers
Answers
answer 1
I do believe the smell is lavender....sorry :-/
answered 3 weeks, 4 days ago
pisceschica777
(Silver Spring, MD)
answer 2
This product has no smell.
answered 10 months ago
DIETZ
(Wake Forest, NC)
answer 3
I wouldn't get it, just to be safe. Now I don't know how severe your allergies are to lavender, but just to be safe, I would stray away. Now I'm sure that you can still buy and use a beauty blender if you want, because I'm pretty sure that there is no fragrance in the sponge itself. And there are plenty of other brush cleaners that you can use. And all you have to do in order to clean the actual beauty blender sponge is clean it with baby shampoo or a light/gentle soap. I hope that this helps!!
answered 11 months ago
livebreathesing
answer 4
It works wonderfully, you could always wear gloves when using these types of products.
answered 11 months ago
trixidoodle
(Okeechobee FL)
Question
Is this antibacterial?
is it antibacterial?if not, is it necessary to get deep cleaning stuff to use with it?
asked 9 months ago
Yueee
(London. ON)
on blendercleanser&reg solid
3 answers
Answers
answer 1
Most of cleanser that contains "Soap" substance, (which is the main reason of the product itself... to clean) it get rids of bacteria, jerms, dirt and stuff.
But most cleansers can't get rid of 100% of Dirt in overall, or else it will make anything stiff. This or that, your brush will immediately get in contact with dirt even after cleansing. (Air, Dust... you know all that)
So i guess, the main reason of cleansing the brush is to get rid of the residue on it itself. So that the next color you place on the brush doesn't get mixed up (every so slightly) and looses it's true color.
Also those invisible pile of colors can also impact the texture of the product as well (creme, powder..etc)
Hope it helps :)
answered 5 months, 4 weeks ago
dezinerj
(Seoul, South Korea)
answer 2
The description says it removes germs, but I don't see an alcohol ingredient. It's an amazing cleanser, but if you want more ease, use this and then when they completely dry, spray a few pumps of rubbing alcohol to really disinfect. I also add alcohol to everything afterwards and my brushes are still in perfect condition.
answered 9 months ago
jarango716
(Forest Hills, NY)
answer 3
I doubt this is antibacterial, but it does a great job cleaning sponges and brushes. No extra cleaning product is needed, but if your brush or sponge is especially dirty or has a lot of product build up it may take a couple (or 3) latherings to get your item clean. They dry clean and soft. I love using a freshly cleaned brush:)

I used this product for cleaning my beauty blender and would wet the sponge and rub onto the soap cake, then squish to make a lather, rinse until the water runs clear or repeat the process if necessary. Because the soap cake gets makeup residue on it from the sponge, I rinse it after use and let it completely dry uncapped.

This is also a great brush cleaner - just wet the brush and swirl onto the soap cake - but the soap seemed to dissolve a lot faster this way so I bought a liquid cleaner for brushes and will continue to use the soap cake for the sponges alone.
answered 9 months ago
ohyesshedid
(South Riding, VA)
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