Our Ways to Keep Your Beauty Regimine (Literally) Clean
Now more than ever, it's become crystal clear that personal hygeine is of the utmost importance. We've always been sticklers for cleanliness but sometimes things accidentally fall by the wayside and one of those things is what we do during our beauty routine. We've got some tips and tricks on how to keep your beauty routine and regimine sanitary and clean!
- Keep hand soap and hand sanitizer hand-y. Anytime you're touching your face, whether you're applying your makeup or taking it off, it's super important to have clean hands. Spreading germs or dirt that can clog your pores, clean hands are a must. Our bar soaps are a favortie obviously... the lather is creamy, and after use, your skin will feel like you just applied lotion (which is a major plus!). We love Erin's Face's Cleansing Gel and Organic Bath Co's hand sanitizers.
- Use clean washclothes or disposable wipes when washing your face and decolletage. Damp washclothes can harbor bacteria and that's a no-no when looking to keep your skin clean and germ free. We love the Coyuchi Organic Cotton Facecloths so soft and fast drying!
- If you use makeup brushes, please make sure you're cleaning them regularly! With regular use, makeup brushes can gather the dirt and grime from our faces and built up makeup. Some of our favorite natural brush cleaners are Jane Iredale's Botanical Brush Cleaner and EcoTools Makeup Brush Shampoo. We like to wash our brushes on no makeup days, giving them ample time to dry before the next use!
- This may not be hygeine related but we neeeeed to make sure we mention that after all the handwashing, we moisturize moisturize moisturize! Our hands are pretty dry and our skin is a bit cracked so we've been using Skincando Combat Ready Balm, which is the real deal in treating irritated skin. It's a miracle worker!
These are simple ways to keep things so fresh and so clean in your beauty routine. With a couple tweaks, you'll be taking care of this business without even giving it a second though. Wash those hands, keep your brushes and tools clean and as a rule, work to keep dirt and grime away from you face. Easy peasy!