Friday, 7 October 2016

The Best Beauty Blender Cleaner? | #BLOGTOBER

As I'm sure everyone who owns a beauty blender has encountered, they're an absolute pain to wash. I've tried so many different products in the past like face washes and even shampoo but they always take ages to rinse clean, and even then, all the stains still aren't out. I think I may have just discovered an answer to all my beauty blender prayers...


My dad visited a town whilst on his work travels called Port Sunlight, which is the home of Sunlight Soap. This is a soap that was made locally in the factories and can be used for washing dishes, laundry, surfaces and hands. Since this product was made to work on soft fabrics, I decided to give it a try and see how well it cleaned up my beauty blender.

I used warm water to rinse the sponge and rubbed it against the soap block until it was lathering up. I could see instantly that it was removing foundation stains with ease.

Even though the scent of the product isn't the most desirable (it literally smells like lemon and plasticine) the soap works so well at deep cleaning makeup sponges. The one I have is a replica of the original box since it was bought from its' origin town, but you can get the same product here.

What do you use to clean your beauty blenders?
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  1. Ooh this is very interesting! I've been on the hunt for a solid cleaner for my beauty blender, so I might have to give this a go. I'd be interested to know how your skin felt after using this?

    Beka. xo | littleworldofbeka

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    1. It was absolutely fine! It isn't just for household usage and can be used on the skin, but I would say make sure its completely rinsed out just like with any other cleaner in case it causes break outs x

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