How to use spa towels to help prevent and treat acne

Spend the day scrubbing your skin, not washing it with spa towels.

It may sound simple, but you may be surprised to know that spa towels are actually one of the most effective treatments for acne.

Here’s how to make the most of spa towels in your home and work to treat acne.

If you’ve been scrubbing regularly for a while, you’re probably already well on your way to stopping your acne from happening.

But for those who haven’t been paying attention, spa towels may be worth a look.

And if you don’t have time for your scrubbing and have been waiting for something to go wrong, you might just want to invest in some spa towels for your home or work.


Apply a moisturizer to your face and neck 2.

Apply facial masks and moisturizer 3.

Remove makeup to avoid looking oily or greasy 4.

Rinse with a lukewarm water 5.

Wash your hands and neck 6.

Clean your face with a towel or facial scrub 7.

Use a moisturizing soap on your hands 8.

Apply eye shadow to your eyes 9.

Wash the rest of your face 10.

Use your scrub brush to remove dirt from your skin and hair 11.

Wash with a shampoo 12.

Rinso your hair and scalp for a fresh look and feel 13.

Apply sunscreen 14.

Spray some sunscreen on your face 15.

Shower with a spray bottle or sprayer 16.

Apply some sunscreen cream to your body 17.

Apply eyeliner 18.

Wash yourself with a hair dryer 19.

Spray an anti-aging serum 20.

Apply makeup to your nails 21.

Wash your hair with a softener like Aloe Vera or Shea butter 22.

Shampoo your hair 23.

Rinpose with a soap or deodorant 24.

Rinsole your skin with a hand sanitizer 25.

Wash and moisturize your hair 26.

Use some oil-free conditioner like Dove Essential Oil or AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) 27.

Spray moisturizer on your arms 28.

Apply moisturizer cream to the back of your neck 29.

Wipe off excess makeup on the backside of your head 30.

Washed and dried with a face wash 31.

Rinpet the rest!

And if that’s not enough, you can also try a mask for a little extra protection.

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