Clean: Brush Shampoo
My makeup brushes and sponges have been so hard to clean. I first used the lemon olive oil and had to use it a few times to get it clean. Next I got the makeup sponge dirty again and used the goat’s milk and cleaned in no time only one wash. Lemon cut the Makeup fast on the brushes and the goat’s milk worked the best for me on my sponge. The jar is very big and very easy to clean your brushes and sponges.
The owner of clean brush shampoo Jessicca Ochs has created an amazing product. I have used many different products over 30 years as a makeup artist and I have to say this is far the best I have ever tried.
Bacteria can grow on your makeup brushes and is very common to get Conjunctivitis using dirty makeup brushes (also called pink eye or madras eye) the inflammation of the conjunctiva (the outermost layer of the eye and the inner surface of the eyelids). To prevent bacteria, mold and other harmful germs growing on your makeup brushes you should clean and sanitized them. I clean my personal makeup brushes a couple times a week. For oily and acne skin I recommend you wash them every night as the bacteria can grow faster and can cause more break outs and oil.
As a makeup artist I use hundreds of brushes and always have a clean set for each client that I work on. At the end of the day I have a ton to clean and sanitize and clean brush shampoo make’s it very easy to clean and sanitize my brushes.
Clean: Brush Shampoo product information
Our line is as organic as possible. All of our essential oils are organic; the goat’s milk powder does come from happy goats. Meaning, the goats are not fed GMO laden food, no artificial hormones or antibiotics either. Just happy grass fed goats. This is so important knowing how horrific some animals suffer to in order to produce milk. The glycerin used is kosher. All of our additional oils are organic as well. With so many added chemicals, and harsh additives, it was so important to design a line that was more natural & not so processed.
Our goat’s milk is amazing. It leaves your brushes clean & brings life back to your dull, dingy (not saying yours are dingy) brushes. Your natural hair white contour brushes can actually be whitened again, since many times they do discolor during use and some brush cleansers don’t get the staining out. The additional oils added to the shampoo hydrate your brushes, and leave them soft and the ability to pick up product improves as well. That’s a bonus to not using the harsh additives.
The olive oil is also amazing & is great for those who do not want to use an animal byproduct to clean their brushes. What’s awesome about olive oil is it breaks down the products, especially silicone and wax based products, essentially “melting” them away. I know many would worry about the brushes feeling heavy or super greasy using a product to clean that contains olive oil, but I assure you this does not. It leaves your brushes clean & deep conditioned. But not heavy! So you’re doing two things at once, deep conditioning & cleaning. Such a time saver!
Our products retail for the 2oz sizes in both goat’s milk & olive oil for $10 plus shipping. The 4oz sizes for both are $15, which is still budget friendly.
To use our product, it is super easy. Wet your brush, run a bit of warm/hot water over the shampoo and swoosh away. Circular motion does the trick. For not so dirty brushes, a swoosh does the trick & a good rinse. For foundations, you may need to massage the bristles or just use your hand to swoosh in a circular motion & rinse well. They also clean beauty blenders!
Jessicca Ochs Clean: Brush Shampoo, Owner