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L'Oreal 'The Scrublet' As A Brush Cleansing Tool

If you've ever tried any of the cleansers from L'Oreal Go 360 Clean range you know about The Scrublet. According to L'Oreal, the "Easy-to-use: Scrublet cleanses pore-by-pore with a fuss-free cleansing process".

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I've used one of the cleansers before but decided to pick up another one in March after I realised that it looked very similar to a Sephora Collection Precision Pore Cleansing Pad which retails for $6USD.

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Both these items are marketed as face cleansing tools but I figured they could also be used to clean brushes. Think about it. Don't they look like a section of the Sigma Spa cleaning tools? Albeit, a very small section of those things.

So I gave it a go. While I don't think it makes the wash time any less it certainly cleans the brushes better than just swirling them around in my palm. 

How do you clean your brushes? Is this tool something you would try? Do you think the Sigma mat and glove are over priced? Lets discuss it in the comments.

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