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Rough Makeup Brushes Can Damage Your Skin Barrier

Rough Makeup Brushes Can Damage Your Skin Barrier
For the longest time, I wondered why my skin would get irritated or burn after using a makeup brush. I thought it was normal to break out and have tiny bumps on my face after applying makeup. Little did I know that my makeup brush was damaging my skin barrier. I initially suspected the product I was using, but when I switched to applying the same products with my fingers, the irritation disappeared. Realizing the brush was the culprit, I stopped using most makeup brushes for almost a year.

During that time, I loved that my skin was no longer irritated, but the final look never quite matched the finish I could achieve with a brush. Nonetheless, I chose skin health over appearance. It took months of avoiding rough foundation brushes and many trips to an aesthetician for hydrafacials to help my skin barrier recover from the damage caused by harsh makeup brushes.

Afterward, I knew I wanted to launch a foundation brush that was not only good for your skin but also delivered the best makeup look. That's why we crafted a foundation brush with dermatologist-tested and hypoallergenic fibers. Our brush features silky smooth bristles that provide a massaging application experience without damaging your skin barrier.

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