Cleaning your makeup brushes should be a regular part of your routine, says Joel Schlessinger MD.

Makeup brushes can be home to dirt, oil, debris and buildup that can seriously aggravate and harm your skin. Cleansing your tools regularly is the best way to prevent this buildup from causing problems such as acne and blemishes. Not only does regular sanitizing kill bacteria, it also helps your brushes last longer and provides you with the best makeup application.

In this presentation, Joel Schlessinger MD reveals his best practices for cleaning brushes as well as his top product choices for your routine.

Sanitizing brush cleansers are the best choice for cleaning your makeup tools, explains Joel Schlessinger MD.

You should cleanse your brushes once a month using a cleanser such as Colorescience Pro Brush Cleanser, jane iredale Botanical Brush Cleanser or glo minerals Brush Cleaner. These products remove cosmetic buildup as well as bacteria, dirt and oil that brushes collect from your skin. To use these cleansers, simply spray directly onto brushes or a cloth and then wipe brushes to remove dirt and buildup.

You can also use a product with natural ingredients such as Eminence Natural Brush Cleanser. This product uses natural extracts to sterilize brushes and promote a healthier complexion. The gentle formula also contains conditioning ingredients that maintain soft and fluffy bristles.

Joel Schlessinger MD also recommends replaceable brush heads to maintain healthy skin.

Along with regular cleansing, your brushes should be replaced after frequent use. The Klix brushes are a line of cosmetic tools that allow you to replace brush heads quickly and on the go. The brush heads come in a variety of sizes for different cosmetic needs and the soft texture allows for flawless makeup application.

Stay tuned for more skin care and beauty tips from Joel Schlessinger MD.

Posted Friday, June 21st, 2013 at 3:34 pm
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