Beauty Tools 101: Clean or Toss

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Willow and Sage by Stampington

If you’ve ever noticed your skin or scalp acting out, it might be due to lack of clean beauty tools. Properly cleaning your everyday tools not only removes leftover makeup, oil, and dirt and keeps the tools usable longer, but also reduces the chance of bacteria causing breakouts, rashes, and infections. Follow this cheat sheet for healthy, happy-looking skin.

Makeup Brush

Clean: once a week

With: gentle baby shampoo

Toss: when brittle, frayed, or smelly

Makeup Sponge:

Clean: once or twice a week

With: sulfate-free soap

Toss: every three months/when torn

Eyelash Curler:

Clean: once a week

With: rubbing alcohol and cotton round

Toss: replace rubber pad every four to six months

Tweezers:

Clean: after every use

With: rubbing alcohol and cotton round

Toss: when rust occurs

Hairbrush:

Clean: once a week

With: clarifying shampoo

Toss: when damaged or smelly

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