Gosh Brush Cleanser Review

Wednesday, January 11, 2017



Cleaning your makeup brushes and sponges must be a crucial part of your makeup routine. Not only that dirty makeup brushes can give you an infection but the product that you use will not perform as well as if you had a clean brush. Also, if you invest in makeup brushes that are of great quality, you have to take care of them if you want them to last. So, if you are a true makeup lover, you must clean your brushes regularly. I know some of you might not like it, but it is something that has to be done. 



For a long time I have been cleaning my brushes with soap, water and glove. I have been using The Makeup Brush Cleaner by Sephora, the SIGMA SPA® BRUSH CLEANING GLOVE and the Dry'n Shape® by Sigma Beauty and I highly recommend them, the make my brush cleaning experience a lot easier and more fun! But this process is really long and and sometimes I need clean brushes right away. So I decided to try this Brush Cleanser by Gosh Cosmetics which looks like something I can use at any time and place, when needed.



 First of all the bottle is simple, black and made of plastic.
"Ideal for removing dirt and excess makeup from cosmetic brushes. How to use: Spray to dry towel or cloth or directly onto brush head. Gently rub brush head over cloth until surface oil and dirt are removed."

It offers 125 ml or 4.4 fl. oz. of product and it can be used for 12 months from the moment of opening. It has a nice, fresh smell. I sprayed it directly on the brush and I gently rubbed it on the towel. It cleaned the brush in two tries as you can see on the photo. It was easy with the fluffy and blending brushes but it is not worth it with the bigger and fuller brushes because you will need to use so much product that it is not worth it. The price of this product is around 5 euros or 6 dollars.


Final conclusion: This is perfect for those lazy days that you need a brush but you don't feel like cleaning it. I will recommend it if you are a makeup artist that needs clean brushes instantly. I will use this between appointments with clients on a busy work day when I need the exact makeup brushes or if I'm traveling. But, I feel like at the end of the day cleaning my brushes thoroughly with soap is much better.

If you don't want to buy cleaning products, you can always use some dish washing soap and olive oil.

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