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50 reviews
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5.0
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Feb/09/2018

I want to give a shoutout to the person who recommended using Castille Soap to clean your makeup brushes. I can't believe how well this works. I washed my makeup brushes tonight and they came out squeaky clean!! Not a trace of makeup. I'm so impressed and I wanted to second that using Castille Soap from Dr. Bonner really works!

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About reviewer (179 reviews)

Age44-55

SkinCombination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

HairBrunette, Other, Other

EyesGreen



4.0
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Dec/09/2017

I made the popular mix using water/rubbing alcohol/shampoo/dishsoap and it works very well. I didnt want to try any oil added recipes-- something about putting EVOO or any oil on a face brush wasnt a go for me (oil is hard to completely break down and wash out of something like a brush -- can go rancid if not completely rinsed with soap that can break it down like Dawn which seems …Read more

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About reviewer (408 reviews)

Age30-35

SkinSensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm

HairBrunette, Straight, Fine

EyesBlue


5.0
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Feb/25/2017

A few months ago I began cleaning my Real Techniques makeup sponge with a mix of olive oil and some Ecover dish soap. The difference is amazing. Something about the oil really helps to slick out makeup. Previously I would just use dish soap to clean the sponge, and the process seemed endless every time. Even after 10+ minutes of rubbing the sponge with soap, rinsing it, and squeezing out the …Read more

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About reviewer (193 reviews)

Age30-35

SkinCombination, Fair, Not Sure

HairBlond, Wavy, Medium

EyesGreen


5.0
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Oct/16/2016

That's one cool, cool diy idea. Like, the coolest cosmetic diy technique I ever experienced. That means a lot!
So, when I'm on the prowl for something cosmetic I have the slightest, smallest perception I can do it myself, I'm on it. Mainly ending in terrible disasters and spending more than buying the real thing. It gets frustrating! But I had, HAD to give this a try. I …
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About reviewer (120 reviews)

Age25-29

SkinDry, Fair, Cool

HairRed, Wavy, Fine

EyesBrown


4.0
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May/25/2016

I used this to clean my brushes and it only took a few minutes. It dried incredibly quickly as well. My brushes turned out clean and soft. Great DIY product.

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About reviewer (111 reviews)

Age36-43

SkinAcne-prone, Medium Brown

HairBlond

EyesBrown


5.0
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Apr/25/2016

The best cleanser for brushes (and those darn hard-to-wash Beauty Blenders) is Dr. Bronner's Liquid Castile Soap. I like using the almond scented one, or the unscented. Get one of those small silicone mitts (for grabbing hot pans from the stove) and use it as an aid to get all the makeup off. Wet your brushes thoroughly, but try not to get the ferrule (metal part which holds the bristles) …Read more

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About reviewer (89 reviews)

Age56 & Over

SkinDry, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

HairBrunette, Other, Other

EyesBrown


5.0
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Apr/20/2016

Can't go wrong doing it the cheap way (if you do it right ;)

could turn out a variety of ways depending on your water source. As it says below, don't use soap because the ph level change. A little vinegar goes a long ways. :)

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About reviewer (115 reviews)

Age36-43

SkinNormal, Fair

HairBlond

EyesBlue


5.0
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Jan/19/2016

Since this brush cleanser if DIY, there will be many variations.

I live in a hard water area (looking into yet another eco-friendly water treatment). I would not use soap because of the ph--just look at the scum that soap leaves on your shower.

I like the produce cleanser as a "green" and excellent cleanser, followed by a good rinse with water + a touch of …
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About reviewer (7 reviews)

Age56 & Over

SkinOily, Fair, Neutral

HairBrown, Straight, Fine

EyesHazel


5.0
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Oct/02/2015

This is an excellent brush cleaner and it's as cheap as can be! Super easy to make and at least as good as any other brush cleaner, great find on here!

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About reviewer (6 reviews)

Age44-55

SkinOther, Other

HairOther

EyesOther


5.0
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Sep/30/2015

I am reviewing bar soap under makeup brush cleaners. I use Zest soap. All that you do is wet the soap real well and brush the soap with your brush as if you are painting the soap. The soap will get dirty from your makeup from the brush, just rinse the soap and keep brushing it until the soap is clean. Your brushes will be positively spotless!

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About reviewer (23 reviews)

Age44-55

SkinCombination, Fair-Medium, Warm

HairBlond, Straight, Fine

EyesGreen