With no facial cleansers on the market to treat dryness, there are two options to consider when it comes to facial wipes.
One of those options is to just stick to your face and scrub with a hand sponge.
This is the only option that will actually kill germs and you’ll be wiping away the bacteria, so it’s a good way to avoid the dreaded “I just got a pimple” reaction.
However, you can do better than that and it may be worth it.
According to research from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, when the pH of your skin is too acidic, the bacteria are more likely to thrive on the skin and not on your face.
That means you need to treat your skin to the correct pH level, which is the ideal pH for your skin.
It’s also important to know that your pH level may also depend on your skin type and how dry or oily your skin can be.
In the case of facial cleanser, the pH level is based on the amount of bacteria that live on the surface of your facial skin.
So if your pH is around 6.5, then you’re looking at about 20,000 bacteria per square millimeter of skin surface.
This means you should treat your face with a gentle scrub with the facial wipe.
For the best results, you should try to use a face scrub twice a day.