Japonesque Solid Brush Cleaner-Review

Happy Saturday!  I admit, I hardly ever clean my make up brushes. I know it sounds gross, but I don’t have any skin issues, (other than getting old) so it’s never been an issue.  I saw a post about this brush cleaner and thought I would give it a try.  I’ve used liquid brush cleaners which worked okay, but they never seemed like they got the brushes that clean.  That of course was when I actually would clean my brushes, like I don’t know, maybe once a year. Yuck!  I don’t use my brushes for any liquid applications, so I didn’t think it was a big deal.

I bought this Japonesque Solid Brush Cleanser at where else, Ulta for $20. The package is two ounces, and I’m sure will last me for a very long time. I bought the unscented version, but it’s made with goat’s milk and smells delightful. I actually washed all 17 of my make up brushes.  This soap did a great job and I used very little. I have an IT foundation brush that I use for powder foundation that probably was the dirtiest. That took several spins through to get really clean. The rest of my brushes, just one swipe.  This really is a great product, and when I’ve used all of it in oh I don’t  know ten years or so, I’ll definitely repurchase.

Here’s the description from Ulta’s website:

Maintain the beauty of your brushes with Japonesque’s gentle goat-milk cleansing balm in this Solid Brush Cleanser. Effective emollient formula quickly dissolves make-up and impurities to deep cleanse and condition your brush bristles for effortless professional brush cleaning. Freshly scented and coconut scented solid formulas deliver instant mess-free results and is the perfect travel-friendly cleansing companion.

Thanks for stopping by.

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6 thoughts on “Japonesque Solid Brush Cleaner-Review

    • I know, and I just saw today that Ulta has a smaller size for only $10! I had a coupon so I didn’t pay full price. Oh well. Since it’s solid, I can’t imagine it will ever go bad.

  1. I am glad to hear from you about cleaning your brushes. I hope you will clean them at least once a month. It is very important to keep brushes clean, because I saw some awful pictures of eyes closed because of backteria that hit near eyes. I love cleaning my brushes and for that I only need soap and some water :-). Nice post tho

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