It’s a negative sign that I cannot remember the previous time I washed my makeup brushes, especially since you’re supposed to wash them each week. A product that recently became completely funded on Kickstarter seeks to help lazy makeup lovers like me by using ultraviolet light and a snazzy box to keep your brushes clean. It’s called the Brushean, and it’s really a makeup clean holder with a built-in UV-C LED light that kills bacteria that might collect on your brushes.
38, month 000 from 322 backers throughout a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign last, by August with products likely to deliver out. Using ultraviolet light to kill germs isn’t new — you can find this kind of tech for air purifiers, pacifiers, toothbrushes, water bottles, and a great many other products. What makes the Brushean interesting is that it’s one of a growing number of products that use the technology to boost your at-home skincare and makeup routine. This season At CES sooner, there were a number of smart mirrors that connect you to the internet and review your skin whilst you put on that person.
We also found the Neutrogena Skin360 SkinScanner, an iPhone camera attachment that requires a superclose take a look at your skin to determine what your face needs. I expect to see even more smart beauty technical products in the near future. 171.05 billion), and it seems like tools like the Brushean will be a right part of that growth.
With the Brushean, you put your makeup brushes into the cylindrical container and close the cover. A button is pressed by you that activates a five-minute circuit where the UV-C light changes on. During this time, Brushean claims, the brushes undergo ultraviolet germicidal irradiation where short-wavelength ultraviolet light kills or inactivates microorganisms.
You still want to do a little work to get pristine brushes, though — Brushean gets rid of bacteria, but it’s your decision to rinse the bristles with mineral water to remove the gunk. The Brushean is a good idea for a beauty product. It’s easy to overlook the cleanliness of your brushes, the workhorses of your makeup routine, when you “oooh” and “ahhh” over new eyeshadow palettes or highlighters. But I’m getting close it with some extreme care — this is a crowdfunded task, so there’s always a chance that this could be delayed to backers and/or never make it to stores.
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