Meet the Brush Towel
"I have more than 17 makeup brushes and had to go through multiple sheets to clean them all. The Brush Towel worked great! It absorbed the color off my brushes so quickly!"
"I know that when I'm using it, I am using a product that is environmentally friendly and I feel good about that!"
"It works! I love cleaning my makeup brushes and seeing the result of just how clean they are becoming by using this product."
"The Brush Pad is very innovative and simple! It's helpful and brilliant all at the same time!"
"I'm finding myself using this product EVERY DAY. The Brush Pad absorbs just enough of my eye shadow so that there is absolutely NO fallout around my eyes. It's my lifesaver! Plus I can use the same sheet multiple days in a row."
Clean Your Brushes Better Than Ever Before
Lay the Brush Towel on a flat surface and grab your dirty brushes.
Spray your brush with alcohol or brush cleaning fluid. (This step is optional.)
Start from the corner. Wipe your brush in a circular motional until the makeup is removed.
Fill the entire sheet. Thanks to the cotton’s absorbency, each sheet can clean over 20 brushes.
When your sheet is completely covered, tear off the top sheet and use the next one.
Wait… I need to clean my brushes?
Yes! When left untreated, your makeup brushes build up particles of dirt, oil, and dead skin cells. All of this causes acne, skin irritation, and even premature aging due to the breakdown of your skin’s collagen and elastin. Uncleaned makeup brushes are also breeding grounds for bacteria, fungi and viruses including dangerous pathogens like E. coli and MRSA, which causes staph infections.
Dermatologists recommend cleaning your brushes twice a week to keep your face clean and clear, healthy and smooth. One extra benefit of cleaning your brushes is that they’ll last longer, reducing waste and saving you money.
How often should I clean my brushes?
Experts recommend washing brushes twice a week to prevent buildup of product and avoid the spread of bacteria. If you have pimples, washing your brushes once a day can help reduce acne with visible results after one month.
What is the best liquid cleaning product to use?
Dermatologists recommend washing makeup brushes with baby shampoo, which doesn’t have fragrance and colors that can irritate your skin or eyes. Pick some up on your next trip to Target or add it to your Amazon wishlist before you forget!
Should I clean makeup products too?
BuzzFeed tested makeup products for bacteria. They concluded that washing your makeup products is worth your time. If you choose to do this, the Brush Towel can help with each clean.
But my friends don’t wash their makeup brushes…
True! According to a recent study by Anisa International, 39% of women only clean their brushes once a month, and 22% don’t clean them at all. Like people not wearing face sunscreen, it’s a statistic that makes dermatologists cringe.
However, if you’re like most people, you agree that there’s about a 100% chance that you could benefit from less skin aging and fewer breakouts and skin blemishes.
Interestingly, most people say that they don’t clean their brushes because they don’t know how to clean them or because it takes too long for brushes to dry. Fortunately, the Brush Towel and its instructions will solve both of these issues for you. Feel free to spread the word to your friends.