Thursday, February 24, 2011

How Acne affects cosmetic brushes

Acne can be very annoying, frustrating and annoying problem. Often, women tend to blame their cosmetics or their diet, but sometimes the real cause of the problem may be something a little unexpected-your make-up brushes.
Cosmetic brushes are used more and more these days with the increasing popularity of advanced cosmetic use and mineral make-up. Generally use a quality cosmetic brush is much better to use the global cosmetic applications and end result than with your fingers or a piece of tissue. However, remember that the cosmetic brushes without regular and thorough cleaning, can and often do harbour bacteria and dirt.
Your cosmetic brushes can contain millions of little bacteria and can cause various infections and skin problems such as acne. If you have breaking out frequently lately then take a look at your cosmetic brushes and see if they are as clean as they could be.
Think about it. When you wake up each morning, put your make-up on your cosmetic brushes. Place them back in your bag bottomless make-up or your drawer and leave them there until the next time you use your make-up. You can also sometimes make your cosmetic brushes on your sink which may not be untouched. Perhaps the temporary fall on the floor. You can not get you to throw away expired Pink (now expired and) that you've had in 3 years now.
Your counters, box, cosmetic bag, floor and potentially expired cosmetics can all deposit bacteria in your cosmetic brush that you, in turn, brush strokes on your face. Day after day, you potentially shine bacteria from dirty surfaces bags and floor-to-your face, attacks skin and load up your pores simultaneously.
Should you do to protect your skin? So now that you know your brushes can be a problem, what should you do to your skin? There are many cosmetic brush cleaning products on the market. Some are washes like a shampoo and other alcohol based spray. If you use one of these products, please remember that any residues from chemical based cleaners end up on your face. If the skin is sensitive, this would further irritate you.
Do you really want to clean your cosmetic bushes? A good washing helps really.
1. first Rinse each cosmetic brush under warm water away from superficial cosmetic brush.
2. place an item of natural, mild shampoo brush for each cosmetic brush between the fingers and massage.
3. fill in the bathroom sink with warm water and place the cosmetic brushes as dragging a couple of minutes.
4. when the cosmetic brushes have been given a chance to draw each brush, rinse under warm running water.
5. Wipe each brush by first gently squeeze out any excess water.
6. Let brushes to air dry in a clean towel.
If your brushes are really dirty then it is possible that they may have infected your make-up, no matter how good your make-up is maintained. If you suspect this, throw away your cosmetics and replace them with new products. Always use a clean brush with a new product to ensure that you do not destroy the new product.
Remember also that the majority of cosmetic products which do not have an indefinite shelf life so be sure to select the date with a pen when you first open your cosmetics and throw them away when you have reached the standard due date.
Total cosmetic brushes really come in handy, but the usefulness is quite counterproductive to create the perfect look if they cause acne or skin problems. Acne is just one of the many skin conditions, you can develop by dirty brushes and so it is really important to keep them as clean as possible. Rinse your cosmetic brushes under running water at least once a week and wash them correctly mentioned above at least once per month in order to avoid possible infections.







, Kristin Adams is founder and President of afterglow cosmetics, a row of natural make-up including mineral cosmetics the last with certified organic ingredients. Discover your natural beauty http://www.afterglowcosmetics.com at

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