Quick-dry Antibacterial Makeup Sanitising Spray 1 Litre Refill
Antibacterial sanitising spray for makeup. Quick-dry and easy to use. Does not spoil/affect makeup. Light mist spray kills 99.99% of bacteria. Fast-acting and specially-designed formula for makeup hygiene
For use on pressed and loose powders, gels and creams, lipstick pallets and bullets, pencils, false eye lashes – hard beauty tools and accessories.
Proven, professional, quality and high-performance. Trusted and used by international beauty brands and makeup artists. Vegan and cruelty-free.
- Additional information
- How to Use & Video Guide
- Product FAQs
- Tips & Advice
- Makeup & Beauty Hygiene Essential Guide
- Behind the Scenes at TPHC HQ
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Antibacterial Makeup Sanitising Spray by The Pro Hygiene Collection® quickly eliminates bacteria from makeup and hard beauty tools. The light mist spray safely sanitises your makeup by killing 99.9% of bacteria within 60 seconds. It does not affect your makeup integrity, performance or packaging*. Antibacterial Makeup Sanitising Spray stops the regrowth of bacteria between uses. Proven, professional, quality and high-performance. Trusted and used by international beauty brands and makeup artists. Vegan and cruelty-free.
For Use On
- pressed and loose powders (eyeshadow, blusher/bronzer/highlighter/contour, setting powder, brow colour, foundation etc) - pigments (loose and pressed)
- gels and creams (eye shadow, blusher/bronzer/contour, concealer, highlighter, eyeliner, lip colour, brow colours etc)
- lipsticks (bullet and pallet)
- pencils (lip, eye, brow)
- false eye lashes - hard tools and accessories (tweezers, eye lash curlers, eyelash separators scissors, blackhead removers, mixing pallets etc).
Not suitable to clean and sanitise makeup brushes and applicators - please use our Quick-Dry Makeup Brush Cleaner and our Makeup Brush & Sponge Sanitising Wash.
How Many Sprays/Uses (approximately)
240ml = 1,200,100ml = 500, 15ml = 75.
Packaging & Size Options
Bottle and cap recyclable.
15ml, 100ml, 240ml, 1 litre refill.
Made in the UK.
*Follow how to use instructions carefully.
|Dimensions||260 × 120 × 60 mm|
Alcohol denat, aqua (water), Cl12-15 akyl benzoate, capric triglycerides.
How to Store
Store in a cool place out of direct sunlight. Keep cap and top tightly closed when not in use.
For external use only. Keep out of eyes and wounds. Highly flammable. Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from sources of ignition. No smoking.
How to Use & Video Guide
Antibacterial Makeup Sanitising Spray by The Pro Hygiene Collection® is a sanitising spray for use on makeup products. It kills 99.99% of bacteria within 60 seconds and inhibits further growth of bacteria between uses (without affecting product performance or packaging) and can be used to clean and sanitise hard makeup tools and accessories too.
For Use On
– pressed and loose powders (eyeshadow, blusher/bronzer/highlighter/contour, setting powder, brow colour, foundation etc)
– pigments (loose and pressed)
– gels and creams (eye shadow, blusher/bronzer/contour, concealer, highlighter, eyeliner, lip colour, brow colours etc)
– lipsticks (bullet and pallet)
– pencils (lip, eye, brow)
– false eye lashes
– hard tools and accessories (tweezers, eye lash curlers, eyelash separators scissors, blackhead removers, mixing pallets etc)
Not suitable to clean and sanitize makeup brushes and applicators – please use our Quick-dry Makeup Brush Cleaner Spray and our Makeup Brush & Sponge Sanitising Wash.
Step 1 Hold the Antibacterial Makeup Sanitising Spray approximately 30cm from the makeup you wish to sanitise and pump gently and lightly one full spray onto the surface of the product.
Step 2 If you are sanitising a large product (e.g. an eye shadow palette), pump a second spray to ensure the full surface area has been covered but be careful – you do not want to saturate the product.
Step 3 Leave product to dry for 60 to 80 seconds (this is the time it takes to be effective and kill 99.99% of bacteria).
Step 4 Wipe any spray residue off the hard product packaging with a clean tissue. Use makeup as normal.
Tips & Advice
Do not over soak when spritzing makeup products. Make sure you are at least 30cm away. A little goes a long way. Do not use to clean and sanitise makeup brushes. We have a specially-design quick-dry antibacterial makeup brush and applicator cleaner spray and a makeup brush and sponge deep cleaning shampoo.
Does the Antibacterial Makeup Spray work on all my makeup including mascara?
The fabulous antibacterial spray works on gels, creams, pencils, powders (loose and pressed), lipstick bullets and palettes of lip colours. We do not recommend you use it on mascara.It is not for use on makeup brushes.
But you can clean and sanitise your mascara, lip gloss and eyeliner applicators/brushes with our Makeup Brush Cleaner instant spray by simply removing any excess product with a tissue and using the makeup brush cleaner as directed making sure that the applicators are fully dry before using.
Here are our top tips on keeping mascara bug free (1) never share your mascara and (2) replace your mascara regularly (3) respect the shelf life of your products and (4) if you are a makeup artist, we have a range of disposable mascara wands so you can keep germs at bay without double-dipping and avoiding cross-contamination and infecting your clients. For all makeup artists it’s essential to use makeup disposables and never “double-dip” your wand. We have a great range of eco-disposables online.
How long does the Antibacterial Sanitising Makeup Spray last one you have sprayed your makeup?
We recommend you spray your makeup products after use and then your products will stay sanitised until you use them again as the Antibacterial Makeup Spray not only kills 99.99% of bacteria but also stops the regrowth of germs. Perhaps you have a favourite summer bronzer which only comes out in the spring/summer, so before you put it away for the winter, spritz the bronzer and it will be safe until you use it next season. It’s a bit like putting your winter woollies away safely to ensure the moths don’t eat them!
How often should I disinfect my makeup with the Antibacterial Makeup Sanitising Spray?
If you use certain makeup products daily/weekly, use the spray several times a week.
If you are a makeup artist or perhaps you think your sister, daughter or friend or flatmate is sharing your makeup, use before and after you use your products. As a makeup artist, you would definitely use the Antibacterial Makeup Sanitising Spray between every client and after big events.
Are you sure that the Antibacterial Makeup Sanitising Spray won’t damage my favourite blusher and eye shadow?
The products have all be developed and tested by ourselves, industry experts and by an independent laboratory and results prove they do what it says on the tin. Effectively killing 99.99% of bacteria without affecting product performance if used correctly.(1)
Our top tips for using the Antibacterial Makeup Sanitising Spray:
1) follow instructions
2) use the spray sparingly and never over-soak products
3) ensure you wipe the residue of the packaging immediately after spraying
4) ensure you wait until the spray has dried and disappeared into the products before use.
Tips & Advice
Do not over soak when spritzing makeup. Make sure you are at least 30cm away. A little goes a long way.
Do not use to clean and sanitise makeup brushes. We have a specially-designed antibacterial makeup brush cleaner and sanitiser.
Tips & Advice
You can dramatically reduce the risks you expose yourself to, and extend the life of your makeup and your accessories from false lashes to your oh-so-loved bronzer by using The Pro Hygiene Collection® Antibacterial Makeup Sanitising Spray as part of your daily beauty and makeup application routine. Think about those favourite cosmetics that aren’t available to buy any more, so you know you can keep them safely germ-free until they eventually run out.
Benefits of implementing a daily makeup hygiene routine
– defence in preventing infection
– eliminates germs from makeup reducing cross-contamination
– prevents reintroduction of germs, oils and dead skin cells to cleansed and prepped skin
– helps prevent clogged pores and congestion leading to breakouts and acne
– extends the life of cosmetics
– improves makeup application without build up of bacteria, dirt and grime
– extend the life of you makeup.
When using our Antibacterial Makeup Sanitising Spray, do not over soak when spritzing makeup. Make sure spray at least 30cm away from your makeup. A little goes a long way.
Do not use to clean and sanitise makeup brushes. We have a specially-designed quick-dry antibacterial makeup brush cleaner and sanitiser.
Makeup & Beauty Hygiene Essential Guide
By their very nature, makeup and beauty tools including makeup brushes and makeup sponges provide prime breeding grounds for bacteria and fungus. Research over the years has confirmed this and only last year, Birmingham Aston University’s research clearly proved in detail how used and uncleaned makeup and makeup sponges gave rise to a range of bacteria and fungus. In addition, research in the States also showed how beauty counter tester samples harboured a range of bacterial loads from e-coli to fungal organisms.
We are living in different times with the covid pandemic and our awareness for the need for good hand hygiene to avoid cross-contamination is at an all time high. Makeup brands and beauty professionals have excellent hygiene protocols and we are delighted that so many international colour cosmetics companies use The Pro Hygiene Collection®, but what about consumers who wear makeup?
The cross-contamination cycle is no different for makeup wears. Because we all understand instinctively the health damage that cross-contamination can wreak, yet with makeup, most consumers are blissfully unaware of the dangers of cross-contamination. Anything goes … brush to face, brush to makeup, hands to eyes, hands to sponges, lips to lipstick – the contamination cycle is extensive and is multiplied whenever makeup is shared. First think about where it goes. Around sensitive eyes, into the moist corners of the mouth, onto facial skin, which as we know, is semi-permeable and thinner than body skin. Now think about the micro-organisms that can transfer through makeup use, breed on on the product, and contaminate brushes, applicators and makeup products.
By introducing a regular makeup hygiene routine that includes daily cleaning and sanitising of makeup brushes, applicators and sponges and sanitising makeup products helps reduce the contamination cycle and helps prevent health problems poor makeup and beauty hygiene can cause.
Behind the Scenes at TPHC HQ
When we developed our range of beauty hygiene products, we wanted to ensure that not only were they fit for purpose, but easy to use whether as a professional makeup artist or beauty professional, an educator or as a consumer. It was really important to us that the products, including the Antibacterial Makeup Sanitising Spray, performed well against a very high criteria. We also wanted our bottles to be as eco-friendly as possible. They are recyclable and we are looking to swap to PRC bottles in 2021. Our products are made here in the UK (including the packaging) as it’s important to us to reduce our carbon footprint whilst maintaining the performance of our range.
We are proud that our products are today used across Europe by so many international beauty and colour cosmetics brands, by educators and individual beauty and makeup professionals. We are looking forward to bringing more exciting beauty hygiene products in the coming year.
We are the #CleanIsBeautiful team and we love what we do and you, our super-fantastic clients. Always here to listen, so if you have any questions about the any of our products, please get in touch by simply dropping us a note here.
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