Glowing skin doesn’t have to cost a fortune.
It turns out that's missing from your skin care routine is an inexpensive face washer.
Speaking to The Cut, makeup artist to Kate Middleton Arabella Preston explained: “It’s all about the flannel.”
“It’s quite necessary," she added.
Better Homes and Gardens beauty editor Annie Millar says she loves using a muslin cloth to clean her face. Failing that she uses a face wash washer to remove her cleanser.
"I make it wet and warm with lukewarm water and go over my face several times, rinsing in between. Once I’m done I rinse it well, then hang it up to dry and once a couple of times a week," she said.
"The fine fabric or texture of the flannel is enough to lift off surface dead cells, leaving the skin clear and brighter. It is like doing a daily gentle exfoliation," she added.
"Also, I find working the soft, warm cloth over my face feels very soothing. To me, the cloth, either or, makes the cleansing process a pleasure."