Skin Type: Sensitive
In this post, I will be sharing views on Jane Iredale Botanical Brush Cleaner. This brush cleaner is ideal for cleaning both natural and synthetic brushes. Do read on to further to know more about this product.
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Enhanced with grapefruit oil and seaweed extracts, this quick drying alcohol and witch hazel cleanser instantly dissolves any build up of makeup, oil and grime leaving your brushes clean and fluffy. Ideal for cleaning natural and synthetic brushes when you don’t have time to wash them and wait for them to dry. This product is vegan and gluten free, does not contain wheat.
Sd Alcohol 39-C, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Extract, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Seed Extract, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) extract.
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My Experience with Jane Iredale Botanical Makeup Brush Cleaner:
Having used Clinique Makeup Brush Cleanser, I wanted to try something different and new, and that’s why I picked up Jane Iredale Botanical Brush Cleaner. It comes packaged in a transparent, good-quality plastic bottle, with a screw-on cap which has a spray attached with an outer cap. This bottle comes packed in a stiff plastic packing, which needs to be cut carefully to open the packaging. The spray enables to spray the cleanser directly on to brushes.
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Personally, I feel it is more hygienic to spray the cleanser on each brush and clean each brush individually. Actually, this cleanser is very easy to use, just spray the cleanser on each brush and then wipe off on a dry tissue. It automatically dissolves all makeup, grime and oil. Small-sized brushes and dry product brushes get cleansed easily in one go, but the bigger brushes and cream product brushes, need to be sprayed several times to remove all makeup and grime off of them.
Brushes that have been cleaned using this cleanser dry up quickly and are ready to use instantly. However, this brush cleaner contains a quick-drying alcohol base and I have sensitive skin and that’s why I use a tissue wet with water to clean brushes to lessen the alcohol effect on my skin.
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I first spray the cleanser on the brush and then wipe off the bristles with a tissue wet with water. It helps remove all makeup, grime, and dirt from the brush. I keep wiping the brush on the wet tissue, till I am sure that the brush is thoroughly cleansed. This cleanser helps thoroughly clean all my makeup brushes, be it natural or synthetic. It does not damage bristles.
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My brushes look fresh, clean, and almost new. The brush does not change or lose its shape or texture. It has a very pleasant fragrance. Of course, one or two of my brushes do shed a bristle or two, but very occasionally.
Overall, it’s a very good product; however, it is quite pricey for the quantity provided. That’s the only reason I may not repurchase it. The Clinique Makeup Brush Cleanser lasted for more than a year, and there’s still some amount left. This Jane Iredale Brush Cleaner may last only for a few months.
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Pros of Jane Iredale Botanical Makeup Brush Cleaner:
- Botanical brush cleanser enhanced with grapefruit oil and seaweed extracts.
- Has a base of quick drying alcohol and witch hazel.
- Cleans makeup brushes thoroughly.
- Removes product buildup, grime, makeup, cream and oil from bristles.
- Can be used to clean both natural and synthetic brushes.
- Helps clean and dry makeup brushes quickly without much hassle.
- Eliminates the waiting time of washing the brushes in shampoo and water and waiting for them to dry.
Cons of Jane Iredale Botanical Makeup Brush Cleaner:
- Alcohol based, may not be suitable for very sensitive skin types.
Would I Recommend/Repurchase Jane Iredale Botanical Makeup Brush Cleaner?
I do recommend this product to all, but will not repurchase since I feel it’s a bit pricey for the quantity provided.
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