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Ziggy_B

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I struggle with personal hygiene. I’ve found temporary work arounds for everything else but washing my face since I’m acne prone and I like to keep my skin blemish free, I don’t use wipes because they usually have fragrance in them and I’d break out. I use micellar water to remove makeup and it never breaks me out. I recently read the bottle closer and it says you can use it as a face wash in the morning, no need to rinse. I’m wondering if it could work as something I can keep next to my bed for when I have those days where I can’t seem to bring myself to wash my face.

    • stxrberrym00n

      193d

      yes! micellar water is totally fine to use as a face wash. it obviously won’t work as well as an actual face wash, however it will remove oil and dirt, and do the job for the days you’re struggling

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Based on the context provided, it's not explicitly stated whether micellar water can be used as a bedside solution for face washing. However, one of the replies suggests that changes in hygiene products can affect acne flaring. Another reply mentions using CeraVe for acne and keeping hair off the skin to help. It's recommended to consult with a dermatologist or skincare professional for personalized advice.

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