Are You Poisoning Your Face And Don't Know It?
How you may be infecting your skin with bacteria along with each makeup application.
According to Audrey Vassell, a makeup brush designer for Legacy Products based out of Atlanta, GA, "the key to protecting your face is all in the tool that you use to apply the makeup". Recently the newest fad has been sponges. The problem is that a sponge provides the perfect breeding ground for makeup bacteria. They constantly need to be discarded and the risk just isn't worth the reward, According to Vassell when it comes to your primary makeup brush, the one you always use to apply foundation, a kabuki brush is the best choice. Vassell has designed a brush that many women use and they rest assured that it doesn't hold bacteria, She calls it her Cutie Kabuki makeup brush. "The materials that our kabuki brush is made of are completely hypoallergenic. Not only will it dry much faster after you've washed it, this brush has been specifically designed and engineered to not hold in bacteria" While hers isn't the only cosmetic product that is made with synthetic materials, many women are giving the Cutie Kabuki makeup brush good reviews. Whatever product you choose, just make sure that it's also made of hypoallergenic materials and prevents the spread of bacteria.
In addition to getting a bacteria free makeup brush and making sure that all of your makeup tools are bacteria free, there also several steps that women need to follow in order to truly take a vested interest in their facial health. They may seem a little harsh at first but its only for your own good.
Step1. Stop Throwing your makeup brushes into a makeup bag full of mess! This is the worst possible place to store your high quality makeup brushes. Viruses like E-Coli and MRSA have been found inside makeup bags and the whole point is too keep this stuff away
Step 2. Purchase a Roll or protective case for all the brushes that you need to use on the go. This will not only prolong the life of your brushes but it will also protect save time so you don't have to deal with getting colors on your n brushes
Step: 3. Throw away that old Makeup! The rule of thumb is to toss your foundation every six months, your color changes about that often anyway so its not a big deal. Bronzer is tricky, if you're taking really good care of your stuff then it can be good over three years but most people should change bronzer every 18 months. That goes the same for lips, nails and eye products, they should be replaced every 18 months as well.
One Last Tip:
Don't' ever use saliva to wet makeup brushes or wipe makeup out of your eye. Bacteria from your mouth can cause eye infections.
About Legacy Products- Brush About
Legacy Products is dedicated to producing and offering high quality solution based products to the marketplace. Our objective is to make life a little easier through our product offerings. The Cutie Kabuki makeup brush is one of several top quality items we that have available with an emphasis on quality and true customer satisfaction. At Legacy Products our ultimate goal is to achieve excellence in all areas of our business. It is an excellence borne out of our evolving relationships with our suppliers, vendors and customers.
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