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cmzaha

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I was just checking out a web page from a soapmaker that I think lives in my town. Aside from the horrific grammatical errors, she has a product that I think could be potentially dangerous. Just wondering what all of you think of this product. I know what I think of it. We all know bacteria grows in water which is why I preserve my shave soaps which come in a jar

jbecauseiloveyou.com/apps/webstore/products/show/6255898
If you go to her home page you will see a tutorial on how to use the brush cleaner.

Sadly the average buyer would not realize what can happen
 

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make up brushes or my expensive brushes for art should be washed in very gentle soap no scent no colour. I actually wash them in my gentle face cleanser, the way she showed would ruin the best brush. $5 for a bit of co soap in plastic jar, (shaking my head)
shea butter will "moist " your brush. just imagine ladies the bacteria on the brushes.
 

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I have a friend who was using my bar soap to clean her makeup brushes, she said it was the best cleaner she ever used. I sent her some 100% CO soap with no scent or color to use.
 

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make up brushes or my expensive brushes for art should be washed in very gentle soap no scent no colour. I actually wash them in my gentle face cleanser...
Wouldn't brushes have the same problem with pH that our hair does (drying, breaking strands, etc)? Unless they are synthetic brushes, maybe.
 
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