makeup brush washing 101

keeping clean makeup brushes is a big deal if you have acne-prone skin, even if you are using acne-safe makeup. old makeup and your skin’s oils build up, potentially causing new breakouts to form.

there are makeup brush cleaning sprays on the market that are (in my opinion) totally not necessary and can actually add to the gunk that accumulates on your skin. brush cleaning sprays are like dry shampoo for your hair – imagine using dry shampoo for a straight month! gross.

actually washing your brushes with our charcoal face wash is akin to shampooing your hair in the shower with water – a much more thorough and preferred method of personal hygiene. we suggest you wash your brushes at least every 1 or 2 weeks and of course, only use skinSALVATION approved acne-safe mineral makeup.

in this video, we also show you how to wash your brushes with our charcoal wash, but also how to clean them with rubbing alcohol for everyday use, in between your weekly washings.

enjoy!

 

 

2018 winter break holiday hours

 

hey ya’ll, it’s that time of year for us to close down, reflect, rest up and gear up for the new year! we hope you find time to enjoy the city while it’s quiet and take good self-care of you. it’s easy to get caught up in doing everything for everyone else, and then getting sick as a result. prioritize yourself so you can show up and be the healthiest, calmest and most present version of YOU that you can be for your community.

looking forward to seeing you all in 2019, and revealing all that i’ve been working on in 2018 to grow sS 🙂

xx,
kim