I love my Beauty Blenders but I refuse to pay $20-$25 for the Beauty Blender cleanser. I found a drugstore dupe, Johnson's Head-to-Toe Baby Wash. Works like a charm. The left is my dirty blender and the right is the newly clean one that I washed with Johnson's baby wash (smells fresh too). I also use baby shampoo to wash my makeup brushes. Cheap and very effective.
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