Woman uses £1 baby soap to clean her grubby make-up brushes and says it’s the ‘best thing ever’


A BEAUTY fan has credited a bar of baby soap with cleaning her make-up brushes and sponges to perfection.

The woman posted impressive before and after pictures to Facebook group Cleaning Hacks, Tips & Recommendations this week.

One woman has praised a bar of Johnson’s baby soap for cleaning her make-up brushes

It’s Johnson’s Honey Baby Soap that the woman claims transformed her mucky applicators.

Captioning her post, she wrote: “Best thing I’ve found to clean dirty make-up brushes and sponges.”

Her photos appear to show that layers of brown powder have been completely banished from a bronzing brush.

Where the bristles were once coated in product, they’re now a gleaming white.

You can buy a four-pack of the soap for a quid in Sainsbury’s
  • Johnson’s Baby Soap, £1 from Sainsbury’s – buy now

Fancy giving the tip a go? You can buy a four-pack of the soap for just £1 in Sainsbury’s, which should keep your beauty bag in check for a while.

Other members of the group have backed up the woman’s recommendation of using a bar, with some revealing their own favourite buys.

One wrote in the comments section: “The Body Shop’s Himalayan Charcoal soap is amazing at cleaning brushes up like new.”

Another said: “I use a Dove soap bar and it’s amazing at cleaning my make-up brushes.”

When asked for her technique, the commenter added: “I just run [a brush] across the bar of soap and depending on how dirty they are depends on how vigorous I do it [sic].

“Rinse it off and then keep going until it’s visibly clean and the water runs clear.”

Meanwhile, this fake tan addict used £1 Elbow Grease spray to get grubby brown stains out of her carpet.

Shoppers are going wild for The Range’s seven-piece pink flamingo cleaning collection, which starts from just 79p.

And a shopper claims Poundland’s £1 stain remover removed make-up marks off her carpet.



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