Makeup | B. Makeup Brush Cleanser


I've been searching for a makeup brush cleanser that I can use on a daily basis for what seems like forever, but I've hit so many mixed reviews. While in Superdrug the other week I just took the plunge and grabbed their B. Makeup Brush Cleanser, for such a low price even if it made zero difference to my brushes I wasn't going to be out of pocket.

I genuinely feel like Superdrug have created a product that means I'll never have to deep clean my brushes ever again; don't be too horrified at that statement the B. Makeup Brush Cleanser is antibacterial, and is proven to remove bacteria from your brushes. It's such a simple concept as well which makes my life easier; all you have to do is spray the cleanser onto your brush, massage the cleanser into your brushes using a tissue until everything you want is removed, and then just leave them to air dry.

This has saved me hours of time and cleans even my hardest to clean brushes. I personally use a towel instead of a tissue, purely because it allows me to really get in there with my brushes and I've found that it really does remove makeup a lot easier, and my brushes end up so much cleaner. I initially didn't hold up much hope for this cleanser, I just expected it to lightly clean them but this cleanser has removed the darkest of eyeshadows from my brushes, it's removed all my powder, and it's even removed packed on gel eyeliner from my eyeliner brush.

I'm a typical girl; I really struggle to find days where I have enough time to actually wash my brushes but also to allow them long enough to dry before I need them again. Often meaning that I leave my brushes far too long in between washes. The B. Makeup Brush Cleanser makes it super easy for me to clean my brushes in between uses, especially when I'm using my eyeshadows and need to keep my brushes clean for those crisp looks. Has Superdrug created a product meaning that I never have to deep clean my brushes every again? I think so, but I promise I will deep clean them one day where I have a week when I don't need to use them.

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