July 19, 2017

Do You Need The I Dew Care Silicone Pack Brush? Probably Not But Purchase It Anyway To Keep Your Fingers Clean!

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Memebox introduced this new I Dew Care Silicone Brush ($8) with a slew of other skincare goodies at Ulta recently and since I was picking up the I Dew Care Disco Kitten Mask anyway I decided to pop this in my cart.

Hey, who doesn’t need a silicone brush to apply their face mask right? I mean why use regular old fingers! Get fancy and use a spatula made out of silicone that will cost you eight bucks to do it! Ha! 🙂 It’s funny as a few months ago I picked up that Peter Thomas Roth Mask-A-Holic Kit and it came with a silicone mask applicator and I was tempted to write a post asking, “Do we really need a mask applicator in our lives?” I was pretty curious what you’d all say about it. I never did use it and just stuck to my fingers to apply the masks from that kit but I have some regrets not after trying out the I Dew Care Silicone Pack Brush.

You see, you don’t really need it but it sure does keep your fingers and hands clean.

This is a pretty basic beauty tool that before you know it somehow worms its way into your daily masking routine. When I purchased it I was like, “Really? Eight bucks for this?” but after using it with a variety of masks I’m all, “Wow this thing is pretty cool!”

It’s basically a small flexible spatula made out of silicone which is attached to a handle which you can use to evenly spread on a mask. It’s pretty nifty because 1. you don’t have to touch your mask! Hey, awesome, that’s a good thing when you don’t have to make contact with your skincare with your finges. And 2. it keeps your fingers and hands clean. It’s rather nice not having a bunch of yucky mask all over my hands after application. If you’re anything like me you end up with mask on your sink, your faucet handles as you struggle to open the water to clean your hands of a sticky mask, etc…it ends up everywhere somehow. This little tool prevents that. You just dip it into your mask, carefully swipe it across your face, clean the tool, and you’re done.

The head is very flexible so you get a nice smooth, even layer of product onto your face and it glides across the contours of your face easily thanks to the head that flexes across the hollows and contours of your face. Plus did I mention you waste a lot less product with this? I always have gobs of mask on my fingers after application! With this I have only a little bit of mask left on the spatula!

Do You Need The I Dew Care Silicone Pack Brush? Probably not! But purchase it anyway to keep your fingers clean and making your masking experience a little easier.

Get it now at Ulta.com.

I purchased this item and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post.

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  • Kish

    I think it’s genius! I always end up with masks all over my hands and sink. I ordered the Tarte mask brush earlier this week, similar concept.

    • Isabella Muse

      I didn’t think i needed it, seemed gimmicky, but it really does make things a lot less messy because I’m the same, I always end up with mask everywhere 😀

  • Tennyoceres

    Thanks for pointing out the existence of this thing to me, Isabella! I randomly get eczema breakouts on my cuticles, which can make contact with pretty much anything (including water) sting or burn. I tried using my makeup brushes to pick up and apply my skincare but it feels like my makeup brushes eat my face lotions and potions. I’m going to give this a try.

  • Cheryl

    ELF sells one that is very similar for $5. I picked one up about a year ago. It is fantastic for applying thick, sticky clay and charcoal masks that otherwise end up all over your hands.

    • Sara

      I picked this up on a whim at Target for $5, and used it once. It didn’t work for me, and I haven’t used it again. Maybe I’ll give it another try tonight…

      • Michelle Luna/Michelley/Chelley

        I picked up the Elf one also, and it’s been sitting in my mask basket for like at least a year now? I find it too floppy to work very well. I actually just use a real spatula from the kitchen section, I don’t know what brand it is but it’s got a vague diamondy leaf shape to it so I can use the broad slightly-curved edge for applying to wide areas, and the gently pointed tip to apply in the area around my nostrils and between my brows. And I think it was the same or cheaper than Elf’s.
        Also, the brush section of art stores (AC Moore, Micheal’s, etc) almost always have silicone spatula brushes too.

  • Ryou

    I think I’ve seen cheaper dupes of this around Amazon as well!

  • Michelle Luna/Michelley/Chelley

    I like the look of this one, the wide shape looks nice. Is it super soft or is it firm enough to actually apply mask? For reference I have the Elf brush and find it way too floppy to be any good.