Norwex Body Cloth: Is it Worth it?

The Norwex body cloth works wonders for acne. 

I am the world’s biggest skeptic. If it sounds too good to be true, it surely will be. I suffered from bad acne in my teens. I was 13 when the outbreaks started happening, and they didn’t stop when I was in my twenties. 

I even took prescription acne medication for years (which makes me cringe so much now), because the damage the acne did to my self-esteem was terrible. 

If only I had known about the Norwex body cloth then! Instead, I plastered my face with anti-acne medications and coverup. 

When I was about 24 years old, I stopped wearing any makeup, hoping it might help. My skin improved a little, but the hormonal acne was still there. 

I would joke that I would be the only 80-year-old woman with pimples! I had sort of accepted that I would just always struggle with acne.

Certain foods were triggers, and if I avoided them my skin looked better. Chocolate was bad for me, as well as too much dairy. 

Then I received the Norwex body cloth and started washing my face, using the cloth, once a day. The difference in my skin was amazing. My skin felt much smoother, and after just a couple of days of using it, my skin was noticeably clearer. 

I would highly recommend anyone that is struggling with acne to try the Norwex face and body cloth. It is an affordable solution to a constant struggle that a lot of us have.

Norwex body and face cloth

How To Use Norwex Body and Face Cloth

What I love about this cloth is that you don’t need to use any extra facial cleansers if you don’t want to. In an attempt to cut down on toxic personal care products, I use only warm water and my face cloth to clean my face. 

Dip your cloth in warm water. Gently wipe your face with your Norwex cloth. Repeat if desired. Be sure to wipe your jaw and throat as well.

My jaw is a problem area for me, so I make sure to clean well there too. 

You can also use this cloth to wash your body. It is gentle enough to use on children and babies. 

Can you use soap with your Norwex Face Cloth? 

Absolutely yes you can. It’s not necessary, and if you are trying to reduce the number of toxins you are putting on your skin, then go without. 

How To Clean Norwex Body Cloth

Deep clean your body cloth with these simple steps. It is a good habit to clean it once a week with Norwex laundry detergent (but to be honest, I don’t that often).

If your cloth needs a deep clean, then soak it in water with a teaspoon of the laundry detergent for 20 minutes or so. Boil it in hot water for a couple of minutes.

While this is usually not necessary, it is an option as well. Boiling your Norwex cloths is great to remove any oils that are difficult to remove.

After washing, hang it to dry. Your Norwex Body and Face Cloth should not be thrown in the dryer, if at all possible. If you do, make sure not to use any dryer sheets on any of Norwex’s cloths. The oils and chemicals in dryer sheets are horrible for them.

Does the Norwex Face Cloth Work?

I was amazed at how well the body cloth worked for my acne. Within only a couple of days, my skin was much clearer. Even when I ate a lot of chocolate (my triggers), my skin still remained nice and clear. 

Then I threw my cloth in the laundry room hamper and did not use it for a couple of days. I was interested in seeing if my acne would return.

Sure enough, after only a day or two of not using the cloth, I started getting spots again! I was glad to know that the cloth was working so well, and made sure that I washed it and continued using it soon after. 

The Norwex face and Body Cloth was a game-changer for my struggle with acne. It really works to help you get clear skin. It is one of the best products to buy when starting with Norwex. And it lasts for years!

Clear your skin of pimples without using any face products. A simple cloth does the trick. Let me know in the comments below, have you tried this? Did it work for you?

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