Sigma Spa Express Brush Cleaning Mat, Is it worth it?

I took a little extra time to myself this holiday to catch up on me! I was lucky to get some extra days off work to really relax and ease myself into 2017 (BTW- HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!)

Something that I actually really, really enjoy doing to relax is clean! I like being organized so cleaning for me helps me relax. Now imagine how much I love cleaning makeup brushes!

An item that I had wanted for Christmas was the Sigma Spa Express Brush Cleaning Mat so I was excited to receive it. I immediately tested it out to see if it was any good. sigma-spa-express-brush-cleaning-mat-4This product is pretty interesting. It sticks inside most sinks with suction cups to keep it steady. The mat is portioned off into eye and face with different textures to quick clean, deep clean (refine) and rinse the brushes. I found that each section did help with cleaning the brushes better for sure.sigma-spa-express-brush-cleaning-mat-2I only had my beauty blender solid cleanser to test this out with but what I did was wet my brushes and wipe them on the solid cleanser to pick up some soap.sigma-spa-express-brush-cleaning-mat-3I then used whatever appropriate side. In the case of the photos, I was cleaning a dense face brush so I used the face washing side to work the lather into the bristles.sigma-spa-express-brush-cleaning-mat-6Afterwards, I would rinse the brushes and use a towel to help remove any extra water on the barrel and bristles and hang them to dry. sigma-spa-express-brush-cleaning-mat-7One trick for drying brushes is to hang them from your towel hanger (if you have one). I use a elastic hair bands to tie the brushes upside down on my towel hanger and leave them until they are dry. sigma-spa-express-brush-cleaning-mat-5I really enjoyed using the Sigma Spa Express Brush Cleaning Mat. What I really liked about it is that I didn’t constantly have to keep my hands under running water to wash the brushes and I needed to use a lot less soap because the mat helped to work the soap into the bristles better than if I was to use my hand. It took half the time to clean my brushes and I’m not left with any extra soap residue. This worked really well for my fluffy brushes, the denser ones needed a bit more work in the refining texture, but I still got really clean brushes in the end. Overall, I’m really happy with this product and would recommend it.

Have you tried this product? What do you think of Sigma’s Cleaning Mat?

Lots of Luv,

17 thoughts on “Sigma Spa Express Brush Cleaning Mat, Is it worth it?

  1. this looks great . i have seen so many trying to find dupes for it that are less expensive so there is so many ideas if someone likes this concept but does not wanna pay the full size.

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  2. This looks gimmicky at first but I can see the merits of it! Not sure if I’d get it since I’m happy with my current “system” – and I wear rubber gloves to wash my brushes so it’s not in direct contact with water.

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    • I did too! I have a tiny one that you can fit two fingers into and I love it! I just think it’s an easier way to clean brushes.

      I wouldn’t have picked up the mat for myself but it was a gift from my sister so I’m really happy to make it part of my cleaning collection 🙂

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