Makeup Sanitizing During This Pandemic

Everyone is telling us we should sanitize and wash our hands frequently during this Coronavirus outbreak. It’s been rough months since it first hit us, offices and businesses were just starting to operate again. 

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With that as a working mom, I am now on my way to the office. I am used to riding Uber and it’s part of my normal life. I know I always bring alcohol with me to sanitize my hands, my arms, phone, bag, everything you name it. And that hit me, it is part of my normal routine to do makeup on Uber, do retouch on restrooms, I felt scared. When is the last instance I sanitize my makeup?



You might have the same experience with me with that I wrote this blog to teach you how to properly sanitize your makeup during this pandemic well even not in pandemic era you need to do this so let’s start.

What you will need?

Rubbing alcohol and a spray bottle.


Makeup Brush: 

Pour rubbing alcohol into a plastic spray bottle. Lay your brushes down on a paper towel, and spritz them with rubbing alcohol until they are completely saturated.

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Powders and Palettes: 

Fill your spray bottle with rubbing alcohol, spritz the powder directly, and let it air-dry.


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Liquid Foundation: 

Dip a cotton round in a bit of rubbing alcohol and give the foundation bottle’s nozzle and cap a solid cleaning.

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Pencils and Sharpeners: 

Your sharpener can sit in a small bowl filled with rubbing alcohol for about five minutes before you wipe it clean. Pencils, however, should be sprayed and wiped with a cotton.

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Take extra care with yourself and your belongings this pandemic, we never know where the virus is, keep safe and always sanitize!

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