Got Clogged Pores On Your Cheeks? Here’s A Simple Solution

Be sure to wash your cosmetic brushes regularly.

Bacteria and oil can build up on your blush brushes resulting in clogged pores and break outs on the cheekbone area. Using a mild liquid dish soap and lukewarm water, carefully wash your brushes and rinse thoroughly. Comb the bristles to prevent tangling and stand brushes upright in a glass to let dry. If possible, let them dry in direct sunlight as the UV light destroys bacteria…

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  1. Lydia Noel

    Most people never even wash their brushes so we like to give a goal of twice a month but if you want to do once a week, then that’s great!

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    I read somewhere that make-up brushes should be washed once a week. At least, this is what I do. Cannot imagine the dirt and bacteria that would accumulate if I washed my make-up brushes less than once a week.

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