What is the fastest way to clean a beauty blender?
Microwave for 60 seconds and be sure to let it cool before taking it out. That soapy water will now be all kinds of colors and your Beauty Blender should look brand new. Once that now-dirty water cools off, remove the sponge, give it another rinse under running water and let dry completely.
What can I use to clean my beauty blender?
In a microwave safe cup (a mug is perfect), mix water and a couple squirts of soap. There’s no need for precise measurements; just make sure the sponge can be fully submerged. Wet your sponge in clean water, and then put it in the soap mixture. You can add a bit of olive oil as well for extra cleansing.
How do I deep clean my beauty blender?
How often should you clean your beauty blender?
“For blenders and sponges, you should wash regularly and replace every three months,” she says. “If they’re really wet and smelly, they can be placed in the washing machine.” Ideally though, we should be cleansing our tools after every use to avoid bacteria buildup (ewwwwww), adds Shamban.
Why is my beauty blender getting black spots?
These black spots on your beauty blender are mold. That means they are naturally unhygienic. This means that it is not a good idea to use them anywhere, especially on your face. The best way to ensure that you don’t have to throw out your beauty blender is to utilize a strict cleaning regimen.
Do you wet beauty blender with hot or cold water?
You can use warm or cool water to dampen the Beauty Blender, but you may find your application more refreshing if you use cool water. If you don’t have access to a sink when you‘re using your sponge, you can wet it with bottled water or even spritz it heavily with your favorite setting spray to dampen it.
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