I'm a face washer with a flannel and cleanser and water. It does my skin good. Whenever I use some kind of cleanser and wipe it off, or those face wipes, my skin misbehaves.
We're off to the remote arse end of nowhere on our holibobs. I don't give a monkeys what I look like on these trips which is marvellously liberating, but things don't slip enough to ignore a good face routine. I've been told there are limited showering facilities/water.
What will work but not kill my face in the way of wipes etc?
I can't guarantee we won't be on rationed water KP86 - I usually buy an extra bottle for a "shower" on these type of trips but water is a big issue in this country and I'd rather ingest than topically apply any rations we might be on.
If water is an issue won't rubbish be an issue too? (Just assuming that if water is scarce it is somewhere that won't have a weekly bin collection). I would prioritise face washing over showering - if the is enough water to contemplate showering then there is enough to wash your face in, maybe by showering slightly less.