How often do you ask customers to consider what harmful bacteria and germs may be lurking in their make-up brushes? How often do you ask if they clean their make-up brushes? And how clean are the brushes you use on customers in-store?
The level of germs and bacteria that these everyday beauty tools can harbour is quite alarming. These nasty little invisible organisms can cause spots, skin abscesses and infections, and to stop them building up, professionals recommend that make-up brushes should be deep cleaned once a month. However, according to a recent survey, 44 of people never wash their make-up brushes. And those who do probably don’t do it very often.
In creating a solution, Tom says it has been a lot more difficult than he first expected. “But following months of problem solving,” he says, “I’ve created a device which can hygienically clean and dry any make-up brush in just 30 seconds.”
Tom’s revolutionary Make Up Brush Cleaner and Drier will be ready for launch soon. In the meantime, you can register here to make sure you’re one of the first to find out more. Registering will also enter you into a prize draw to win one of your very own.