The Coronavirus pandemic has made hygiene a topmost priority for all. Strapping on masks, topping up sanitiser and taking utmost care to remain as contact-less as possible, precaution in every aspect has become almost mandatory. So are you following the same protocol with your beauty products? Think about it. Powders like blushes and compacts are used repeatedly with the same applicator. Lipstick bullets, eyeliner sticks and mascara wands cover the features many times over. Brushes and sponges go back and forth from the face to the tubes and pans. Beauty tools like nail files and combs aren't spared either due to their high degree of skin contact. Even if you are the only person using the respective tools and products, accumulation of dead skin cells, oil and residue is bound to occur. With hygiene being an important concern, extend it to your makeup products and beauty tools. Using disinfectant sprays, UV machines and sanitising formulas will help keep them free of infection, bacteria and any other baddies.
Here's all you need to know about it.
Every home needs a disinfectant spray. It is excellent to kill germs residing on surfaces including one's hands and phone. They can be used on hard or soft surfaces so use generously on products you come in contact with often.
You may not even realise the surfaces your hands come in contact with. And to use those same fingers to dab on eye shadow and apply lip balm? Antibacterial wipes are a handy choice for hands, faces and multiple other surfaces so that your makeup process is completely bacteria-free.
These cleaners find wide usage for surgical purposes and hospital use so bringing them into the house is a God send. Also called rubbing alcohol in its pure form, it is best used as a spray to disinfect all kinds of makeup products and s frequent contact points around the house like the wash basin and door knobs.
Those who take their disinfection very seriously can opt for sterilizing machines. In portable or permanent form, it can be used on almost everything from makeup products and beauty tools to keys, wallets and mobile phones.
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