A step-by-step guide to cleaning the banisher

Taking care of our microneedling tool requires hygiene and proper care or maintenance in the same way as taking care of our facial skin make cleaning your banisher difficult.

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to clean your Banisher. We also show you some alternatives that you can use as an alcohol substitute for cleaning the banisher.


The Banish Kit is the solution to reduce the appearance of acne scars and hyperpigmentation. This kit can also be used for fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, body scars and other body parts.

The Banish Kit contains the Banish Oil, Banisher (roll / stamp), a cleaning container and a storage bag.


The Banisher Roller rejuvenates and improves the appearance of your skin because its titanium bristles create microchannels on the skin.

How to clean your spell roller / stamp:

1) Add isopropyl alcohol to the cleaning container

2) Soak the banisher in alcohol for about 5 minutes.

3) Take the banisher out of the container and let it air dry.


The patented Banisher 2.0 can be your best friend when it comes to skin care. This microneedle tool lasts up to twice as long as the Banisher Roller / Stamp and, with its finer and sharper bristles that irritate your skin less, presses down with even pressure.

The Banisher 2.0 improves acne scars, hyperpigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles by naturally promoting collagen and skin renewal. It is also good for keeping your skin tone even and increasing the effectiveness of your topical skin care.

How to clean your Banisher 2.0:

1) Unscrew the lid from the Banisher 2.0, pour the alcohol over the filling line and then open it again.

2) Let the bristles touch the alcohol for at least 5 minutes.

3) Remove the cap and let the banisher air dry.


We clean the Banish Roller / Stamp and Banisher 2.0 with isopropyl alcohol. There are two types of I sopropyl alcohol that you can use to clean your Banisher – 70% alcohol and 99% alcohol.

Isopropyl alcohol is regarded as a volatile, flammable and universally applicable product with a wide range of uses in various industries. It can be used as follows: antiseptic, detergent (e.g. surface disinfectant, household solvent and electrical components), astringent, muscle pain reliever and more.

* Antiseptic – The role of IPA as a bactericidal agent makes it suitable for antiseptics, disinfectants and for cleaning smaller cuts.

* Detergent – Isopropyl alcohol is ideal as a detergent because its antibacterial properties make it a good or effective surface disinfectant at home and in many laboratories.

* Astringent – IPA can also have an astringent effect because it shrinks body tissue and stops bleeding from cuts or wounds.

* Liniment against sore muscles – Isopropyl alcohol acts as a liniment by relieving sore muscles and irritating the skin, improving blood circulation and relieving pain or aches in the body muscles.

70% isopropyl alcohol vs. 99% Isopropyl Alcohol – WHAT IS BETTER FOR CLEANING THE BANISHER?

A 70% isopropyl alcohol meets the most important requirements for use as a bactericide in cleanrooms and medical facilities as well as for general purposes. It produces less vapor and odor compared to 99% isopropyl alcohol because it reduces the risk of toxic fumes or burns. The 70% isopropyl alcohol is less flammable and offers a cheaper price for general wiping and large-scale disinfection. A 70% ratio (or higher) isopropyl alcohol is effective both as a general purpose cleaner and as a disinfectant.

99% isopropyl alcohol, on the other hand, acts as an ideal solvent or cleaning agent for the industry that produces water-sensitive objects. It also offers the least presence of adulterers and free of denaturants. The 99% isopropyl alcohol is used by computer technicians, medical device manufacturers, printed circuit board manufacturers as well as soldering and reworkers, because they prefer immediate evaporation when working with such sensitive devices.

Regarding cleaning your banisher 70% isopropyl alcohol works better than 99% isopropyl alcohol.


There are many sources or outlets where you can buy isopropyl / alcohol to clean your banisher. You can find them either in pharmacies, supermarkets in your area or even in online shops.


But what if I can't find rubbing alcohol / isopropyl alcohol or if it is out of stock? Do not be upset! There are alternatives or replacements for cleaning your banisher. You can wash surgical spirit, denture tablets (Polident) or just manually in boiling water with salt (the old school method).

Indeed, the surgical spirit is a British equivalent of alcohol. It contains both water and alcohol, which are used to treat wounds or even to clean surgical instruments.

In Great Britain, the spirit is also known as methylated spirit, which contains small amounts of wintergreen and castor oil and is used medically for sterilization.

How to clean your banisher with the surgeon's spirit:

1) Soak the banisher in a container filled with surgical spirit.

2) Take Banisher and Pen out of the surgical spirit

3) Dry on a clean paper towel.

Denture cleaners can be another alternative or replacement for isopropyl alcohol when you clean your Banisher. They are available in various forms, e.g. B. as a cream, powder, paste or tablet (Polident is an example). Denture cleaners or tablets are also referred to as dilute sodium hypochlorite / mild bleach.

Last but not least, the old school method of is cleaning your banisher . This is a simple and natural way to put your banisher in boiling water with salt.

With this in mind, cleaning your banisher should be as easy as 1, 2, 3, and hassle-free. Remember to use a 70% concentration of isopropyl alcohol to clean your microneedle tools.

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