We wash our face several times daily. But we are advised to wash face using our facial cleanser/soap only TWICE daily, presumably in the morning and at night. So what happens during the gap between morning and night? We have to wash our face for many reasons! Sometimes it unexpectedly gets dirty or something. For muslims, they automatically have to wash their face during ablution prior to performing a prayer, 5 times a day. So here is what you need to do! Do exactly like what you do when you detoxify your face.
You may need:
That’s all! Use only clean water! Don’t use any washing gels/cleansers/soap. Wipe your face with wet facial cloth to get rid of excessive residues such as natural oil and dirt.If you don't have this facial cloth, you can always use any type of baby wipes, preferably the one for sensitive skin. BUT you need to wash its liquid away with a lot of running water, then only you can use it! I always use Pureen Baby Wipes which only costs me about RM5.00++ for 80 sheets.
I am using Mary Kay Disposable Facial Cloth (RM11.00). There are 30 big sheets of cloth in a bag, but I cut into 480 pieces of small facial cloth. Meaning, 1 sheet is cut into 16 small pieces. Each small facial cloth only costs me about 2 cents and I use 5 pieces per day. So I spend about 10 cents every day for facial cloth. One bag of my Disposable Facial Cloth normally lasts for 3 months, at only RM11.00. Very cheap!
Remember that some makeup remover contains alcohol which may dry out your skin. Avoid using makeup remover which contains alcohol. You can use good makeup remover such as Neutrogena Oil-free Eye Makeup Remover (RM58) or Mary Kay Oil-free Eye Makeup Remover (RM68 110ml) if you want. Both are oil-free and alcohol-free.