Friday 17 April 2015

Phone makeup remover


Even if you're a clean freak, there's no escaping at least a few smudges of makeup on your phone.
If you're not, you may be in the camp of people whose phones contain as many germs as a public toilet seat.
All of that cloudiness you see is made up of oil, makeup, and other residue that can accumulate and then cause some major issues for your skin.
"All of that dirt and bacteria can quickly break you out," says Joshua Zeichner, the director of cosmetic and clinical research in dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.
"Sure, Clorox wipes are effective at disinfecting surface germs, but come to think about it, Do you really want to be putting bleach on your face the next time you answer a call? Not the most appealing thought."
That's where Whoosh, a nontoxic cleaning spray made specifically for removing makeup and fingerprints from mobile devices, comes in.
It's free of alcohol, ammonia, chlorine, and phosphates.
If you don't want those things in your beauty products, why would you want them on your phone?
Spritz a little Whoosh on the screen, rub with the included antimicrobial cloth, and your phone or tablet will gleam like that first time you peeled off the plastic.
Whats more? The spray also leaves behind an invisible fingerprint-resistant coating on the surface of the screen, gunk won't accumulate as easily.
Yes, a makeup remover for your tech gadgets is a little extravagant, but if it means never again having a weird, inexplicable breakout on one side of your face, we think it's totally worth it.


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