Sanitize Eye Liners
Published Jun 17, 2011
Products that are applied near your eyes need to be free of germs—the last thing you want to do is wake up with a nasty eye infection. To ensure your eye liner is bacteria-free, here are three easy ways to sanitize your gel, pencil and liquid eye liners.
A sanitizer mist is a convenient and easy way to clean surfaces of your eye liners. Beauty So Clean has a Cosmetic Sanitizer Mist, which you spritz onto your pencil, liquid or gel eye liner and let it air dry before use.
An inexpensive alternative is using 70% rubbing alcohol to clean your eye makeup. Moisten a tissue with rubbing alcohol and wipe the surface of the pencil, liquid, or gel eye liner. Wait until the rubbing alcohol dries completely before use.
This only applies to pencil eye liners, but the easiest and fastest way to sanitize is by sharpening. Of course, make sure your sharpener is wiped down with 70% rubbing alcohol before use.