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Blogmas 2015 Day 28 - Real Techniques Deep Cleansing Gel Brush Cleanser

28 December 2015
A couple of months ago I did a fairly large Real Techniques purchase through iHerb, included in that purchase was the Real Techniques Deep Cleansing Gel. Figured I do a little review for you guys.



As the name suggests, this is indeed a cleansing gel, it has a thick enough consistency that I have to shake my bottle upside down to get the product near the top of the bottle and give it a firm squeeze to get product out, I also find that I often squeeze out too much product for a single brush cleanse due to the consistency and still haven't really gotten that hand of just dispensing a small amount.


As for the cleaning performance of the gel I find with creams and liquids I have to do a minimum of two washes, sometimes three, to get the brush clean and sometimes there is still a little product build up at the base of the brush where the bristles meet the ferrule. When it comes to powders it washes well though and I have since used this only for cleaning powder products out of my brushes.

If you're looking for a brush cleaner that removes even the most long wearing makeup from your brushes then I'd recommend you look elsewhere because this doesn't hit the mark.

If you're still curious about the Real Techniques Deep Cleansing Gel then you can pick it up for $12.45AUD at iHerb.

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1 comment on "Blogmas 2015 Day 28 - Real Techniques Deep Cleansing Gel Brush Cleanser"
  1. I had no idea the brand had a cleansing gel! My favourite cleansers still have to be the Daiso and Beautyblender ones as they lather up well and wash away the makeup with little effort.

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