The BECCA soap is a solid soap in a tin. The way I use it is to wet the brush under running water and then I swirl the brush over the surface over the soap. You don't need to use much soap to create a good later. I swirl the hairs of the brush over the palm of my hand to work the soap through the hairs and clean the brush thoroughly. I then rinse the hairs of the brush under running water.
The beauty of this product is that you only need a small amount of soap to clean the hairs and it rinses off quickly without leaving any soap residue. My normal method of washing brushes with shampoo takes me a long time as there's always excess foam trapped in the hairs. I would normally spend ages re-lathering in my hand to make sure I get rid of all of the soap. With the brush soap I find that one quick rinse under the tap and all of the soap is gone. It also cleans the brushes very well.
The soap is scented; it's a light citrus fragrance and I don't find the scent lingers on the brushes. The hairs do feel a little drier than when I wash with shampoo and as I mention at the end of the video, it might be necessary to condition the brushes once in a while.
The soap costs £12 and I bought this tin from Zuneta. You can also find it at BECCA counters and on the BECCA website.
*Pssst: For those of you that previously subscribed to my YouTube Channel, I just wanted to let you know that I have started a new account using my blog name. Please feel free to re-subscribe. I'm just in the process of importing all of the old videos to the new Channel.