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USB Rechargeable Cleaning Cosmetic Brush Tool, Automatic Cleaner

$20

USB Rechargeable Cleaning Cosmetic Brush Tool, Automatic Cleaner

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Product description

Why do you need makeup brush cleaner:

In fact, your makeup brush is much dirtier than expected. Make-up brushes should be washed at least twice a month, not only to remove residual makeup, but also to remove grease, dirt and dead skin. In just 10 seconds, we can clean it thoroughly. After another 10 seconds, we wipe it dry as new.

Instructions:

1. Pour some water and put makeup brush cleaner or natural soap into the clean bowl.

2. Insert the brush into a suitable holder.

3. Immerse the brush in the liquid for a few seconds.

4. Pour the liquid out of the bottle.

5. Add clean water to the bowl and clean the brush again.

6. Rotate to rinse.

7. Spin dry.

Product name: electric scrubber

Charging method: USB charging

Product material: ABS, silicone

Color: rose gold

Packing list: host, 8 brush pole sets, USB charging cable, base

USB Rechargeable Cleaning Cosmetic Brush Tool, Automatic Cleaner


 
 

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