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5 Gross Things That Happen When You Don't Clean Your Makeup Tools
"Using brushes that have significant buildup on them can clog up pores, leading to milia," says Shawn Fisher, national makeup artist for Japonesque. Milia, a grouping of cysts which look like small white bumps, typically appear on the nose and cheeks. And unlike zits, you can't pop 'em—you'll have to see your derm to get rid of them.
Never clean that facial cleansing brush? You should start. These tools are usually stored in damp places like the shower, where bacteria and yeast love to hang out and multiply. Yeast is naturally found in our environment and on our skin, but an overgrowth can cause skin irritations and red scaly or raw patches. "If you clean it weekly, a brush head should last 3 months," says King. "Place a few drops of antibacterial dish soap on your fingers or on a toothbrush, and scrub the bristles and crevices.
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