Tips to Sanitize Makeup Products Efficiently

Tips to Sanitize Makeup Products Efficiently

Did you know that it is very common for microbes and germs to breed in our makeup products? The same thing happens with brushes, sponges and other tools. Therefore, sanitizing your makeup products and tools is quite essential, especially if you happen to share products with someone else.

Brushes and sponges among other makeup accessories are delicate tools and must be kept in optimal conditions to achieve successful and flattering makeup. Knowing the proper way to clean your brushes will help them last longer and protect your skin from bacteria and infections that could harm your skin.

Masarrat Misbah is the best makeup store in Pakistan and has prepared a comprehensive guide that would help you keep your makeup products sterile and bacteria-free:

Let’s Start With the Basics

The makeup we wear every day needs to be sanitized every few weeks. It may be that a friend has forgotten her own makeup and has asked you for some of yours on the fly, before entering the event together, or you have simply shared it for wanting to experiment with other products; For whatever reason, if someone else has used your makeup, it's best to clean it immediately after each use to make sure no germs have been spread.

Sanitizing Lipsticks

To disinfect your lip varnish or lipstick, simply spray it with rubbing alcohol and then wipe it off. You should also sharpen all pencils before use, such as eyeliners.

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Lips are more likely to accumulate bacteria. If you want to sanitize your lipstick, just remove the top layer of lipstick with a blade before applying it. In this way, in each use it is as if the bar was released. It may seem that a lot of product is wasted, but it is a small amount and you avoid infections or herpes.

Disinfecting Mascara Brush

In the case of mascara, it is very important to disinfect it, since the eye area is very delicate. This helps prevent any type of infection, such as conjunctivitis or reactions to makeup that can cause itching, redness, and swelling.

Experts recommend using a special brush shampoo, but if you don't have it, you can use a gentle alternative that you have at home. Put a little shampoo on the brush and gently rub your fingers in small circles until the makeup starts to come off.

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If you have dry bits that won't come off with the wash, you can use a safety pin and run it through the bristles to remove them.

To clean your eyelash curler, you should wipe off any residue with a cotton ball and a small amount of rubbing alcohol, allowing it to dry completely for 24 hours before using it again.

Cleaning Makeup Brushes

Cleaning Makeup Brushes

Olive oil is the perfect make-up remover, which will help you eliminate greasy products such as foundations. Just add a few drops to the brush, and rub in a circular motion for several minutes on the palm of your hands, without applying too much force so that the brush stays intact. After a few minutes, remove the excess oil with water. It is recommended that when placing the brush under water, the bristles point downwards to avoid deterioration of the handle.

Sanitization of Silk Pressed Powder

For powders, you should remove the top layer of product and then lightly spray with alcohol, allowing it to air dry. Keep in mind that it should be a soft mist, you should never leave the product wet as it would spoil its texture. Then pass a tissue over the surface of the product to remove the first layer of silk pressed powder.


You see, every product must be cleaned according to the aforementioned tips, as these tips are the most effective ways to do so. Keeping your makeup products clean and sanitize is really important as it helps you stay safe from skin infections.

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