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Your average woman doesn’t spend an hour and a half every day with a hot washcloth on her face.
Follow with lukewarm water and a dime-size amount of cleanser (look for the ingredients cocamidopropyl betaine or caprylic triglyceride, which are sulfate-free surfactants) on your fingers or a clean, damp washcloth.
When you're done, pat your face down with a dry washcloth and apply your favorite moisturizer.
To do so, use a washcloth and circular motions (rather than scrubbing back and forth) to gently (key word) exfoliate any dry patches away.
Use a washcloth to gently exfoliate and smooth away flakes, and apply just a tiny drop of a gentle, light oil (think jojoba or grapeseed, available at your local health food store) to provide immediate hydration while helping the blemish heal.
Simply apply the blend, move it around with your fingertip, again with circular motions, and then wipe it off with a warm washcloth before applying a balm and your lip color of choice.
But experts say that reusing the same washcloth over and over again is spreading more bacteria and mold to your face.
Most 23-year-old guys probably don’t go to the effort of using a what is essentially a high-powered $169 washcloth to scrub skateboarding grime off their mugs.
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