The Beauty Archive
Soft Blend Makeup Sponge
Sustainable / Vegan / Cruelty-free / Latex-free / Climate friendly
The Conscious Design: This is so much more than what first catches the eye. The Beauty Archive have thoroughly designed a sustainable makeup sponge
that ticks off all boxes on climate consciousness and social responsiveness.
The Soft Blend Makeup Sponge is a super soft blending tool specifically designed to be used with The Beauty Archives multi makeup staples. Makeup application is now even quicker and easier than before so everyone can look their best, makeup pro or beginner.
The Soft Blend Makeup Sponge is designed for a seamless and smooth makeup application. Its innovative tear-resistent hydrophilic foam design makes it safe to use both wet and dry without causing skin abrasion. Ideal for sensitive skin.
Application: Use damp for a light dewy finish or dry for a medium to buildable coverage. Preferably use dry with cream makeup. Use dabbing motions and the rounded base for blending larger areas of the face and the tip for precise
application and spot treatment. Keep the sponge fresh by cleaning it after each use with a gentle natural soap, rinse in lukewarm water and let air dry. Replace your makeup sponge every 3 months.
Social Responsiveness & Climate Policy: Hydrophilic polyurethane is the raw material used for making our Soft Blend Makeup Sponge. It is an eco-friendly and recycable material and produced in the USA. The final sponge and packaging is manufactured by The Beauty Archive's partner in China before it is shipped to them with climate neutral compensation. Production is made without
any harsh organic solvents which makes the sponge safe to use on the delicate skin on the face and is kind on the environment. The Beauty Archive can quarantee that this product is produced under good standard working environments.
Packaging: Recycable paper packaging. 100% plastic free.
Water use: To minimize water use our sponge is designed to be used dry. The Beauty Archive recommend you try it dry with their cream-based products and if you do use it damp, please use tap water consciously.