1 cup warm water
1 Tablespoon Liquid Dish Detergent
1 Tablespoon Baby Shampoo
1 Tablespoon Woolite
1 cup distilled water
2 Tablespoons Rubbing Alcohol
1/2 cup warm water
1/4 cup vinegar
Aug 11, 2013
One could use any soap and water combination to clean makeup brushes. Baby Shampoo wouldn't be any better than another lathering soap. Actually baby shampoo is usually very alkaline, which can be damaging to hair and delicate fibers. Use a mild soap and water. The mixtures using vinegar and alcohol would help with antibacterial properties since both are naturally antimicrobial. Not sure why the one recipe recommends distilled water.
Jul 28, 2013
Very helpful...Johnson n Johnson shampoo does the work for me.
Jul 18, 2013
The vinegar and water works, you just have to use warm water. I use it and I love it because it makes my brushes so soft afterward. just use hot water and vinegar, swirl it around and soak it for 20 minutes then pat dry and let it sit out to dry completely. I did this to a thick foundation brush that I was going to throw out but it completely restored it.
Jul 13, 2013
You may also use olive oil and dish washing liquid then rinse downwards with warm water.
Jun 03, 2013
I use olive oil and dishwasher soap.
Apr 13, 2013
The vinegar + water doesn't work. I saw that recipe on Pinterest & tried it. My brushes didn't look clean whatsoever. I prefer a facial soap that I use on my face to remove makeup.
Mar 02, 2013
I use olive oil + antibacterial soap combo.
Feb 24, 2013
Does it work on all brushes?
Feb 20, 2013
Is baby shampoo any tear free shampoo?
Dec 30, 2012