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@BExplorer wrote:

I just searched my Amazon orders and it looks like Ginger Chi and Karllling were the two brands I have purchased @SilleeMee .


 

 

@BExplorer 

I use the Karlling cloths, too. Might give the Ginger Chi cloths a try next time I need some more. Thank you so much.

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@SilleeMee 

I have another question about the microfiber cloths. I've been convinced not to use them to clean my face. So I am going to start cleansing my face with a gentle wash. After I have rinsed my face, can I safely blot dry with the microfiber cloths? If needed I will buy muslin cloth.

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@Sweetpea70 wrote:

@SilleeMee 

I have another question about the microfiber cloths. I've been convinced not to use them to clean my face. So I am going to start cleansing my face with a gentle wash. After I have rinsed my face, can I safely blot dry with the microfiber cloths? If needed I will buy muslin cloth.


 

 

@Sweetpea70 

Yes, of course you can use a microfiber cloth to blot-dry your face. 

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I think blotting your skin dry with microfiber is perfectly fine.

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Just to be clear...

 

There's nothing wrong or bad about using microfiber cloths to wash your face. But if you're having some dryness or irritation issues then it would be a good idea to consider using them less frequently b/c microfiber cloths are very good at removing stuff off of your face including your natural oils and the outermost protective layer of skin which contains those natural oils and ceramides.

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@BExplorer wrote:

As is usually the case, I learn something new here every day! I have been using microfiber cloths to remove make up for years.  This may seem like a silly question, but do you have any recommendations on what type of material should be used to remove make up with cleanser? @SilleeMee @Shanus 

 

And yes, I have problems with dry patches, too.🤦‍♀️


@BExplorer   Good morning. I purchase a stack of inexpensive, soft white (so can use bleach) wash cloths from Target or any discount store. I only use them at night to remove spf and/or makeup and cleanser. In the mornings, just rinsing your face w/o any cleanser, using hands, is sufficient. 

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@Shanus wrote:

@BExplorer wrote:

As is usually the case, I learn something new here every day! I have been using microfiber cloths to remove make up for years.  This may seem like a silly question, but do you have any recommendations on what type of material should be used to remove make up with cleanser? @SilleeMee @Shanus 

 

And yes, I have problems with dry patches, too.🤦‍♀️


@BExplorer   Good morning. I purchase a stack of inexpensive, soft white (so can use bleach) wash cloths from Target or any discount store. I only use them at night to remove spf and/or makeup and cleanser. In the mornings, just rinsing your face w/o any cleanser, using hands, is sufficient. 


Thank you @Shanus   😊

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