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We’re all guilty of being a bit sporadic when it comes to washing our makeup sponges and brushes. But since we found this lavender-scented cleanser, we’re fully committed. Originally designed to be used with the bestselling beautyblender®, it’s also great for any other tool that comes into contact with our skin. The earth-friendly formula gets rid of the bacteria, dirt, and oil that can accumulate over time. Plus, the gentle low-suds formula doesn’t contain any artificial dyes or irritating ingredients.
This is not something I'd buy. I have one of these but a different brand and it woks MUCH better. I thought I'd give it a try because I got it in my box and I didn't like it.2
Not sure why this was sent to me. It was almost like twisting a knife in my back because I've been a birchbox customer since the first month and I never got a beauty blender to begin with while many others did. So I got the cleanser instead and it's sitting under my sink.2
Didn't see any difference between this cleanser and using baby shampoo.2
I gave this away. I don't use reusuable make-up tools. Friend liked it.2
This is fine as I do have a Beauty Blender sponge but I wash mine with Dr. Bronner's.2
This product didn't wow me as I was expecting it to. I had heard a lot about the brand so I guess I had high hopes, however, it didn't seem to get all the gunk out of my brushes. I ended up washing them again with another brush soap I have and a lot more makeup came out.2
I had no idea what the product was for when I received it in the box. There were no directions or description. I had to go look it up on their web site and see that it is used to clean their brand of makeup applicator which we did not receive. I used it on some brushes and it was fine I suppose.2
I didn't see a major difference between this and the drugstore cleaner I currently use. Seemed expensive for a 6 oz bottle.2
The product did what it said it would and my brushes are clean. I can't say anything bad about the performance of the product, but I can't say anything great either. I'm going to stick to using baby shampoo to clean my brushes- it's less expensive and I have more uses for it.2
I own three different brush cleansers, and really did not need another. It ended up in my sample box to giveaway at some point.2