Journey 206: Norwex…and Water

It’s been a long and tiring day…an emotional journey with an older family member through uncertain times of change, due to health concerns. That’s a journey I’ll write about another day. I’m home this evening, knowing I’ll be experiencing a second long day tomorrow, but full of gratitude for life and the flow and Divine care. 

As I washed my face tonight, I considered what to blog about this evening. Always, something is provided, even when my plans for the day go awry. The hot damp cloth pressed over my tired eyes and face felt SO good. And smiling, I suddenly knew I’d found my topic for today’s blog. 

I’ve been using Norwex products for several weeks now. The goal of this company is to improve quality of life by radically reducing chemicals in the home. Norwex supplies a wide range of cleaning products based around their microfiber cloth. Their products provide ways to clean my home, my clothes and my body without using chemical laden soaps and cleansers. 

So for the past three weeks, I’ve been using a soft yellow Norwex body cloth to cleanse my face twice a day…a cloth and nothing else, except warm water. I wasn’t skeptical of this no soap cleansing method. I was curious and open to new possibilities. 

I can say, after a suitable trial time, that I LOVE using the cloth and water. My skin is very sensitive. Even facial cleansers designed for skin like mine, cause irritation. Not the Norwex cloth! I simply wipe the super soft microfiber cloth over my face and neck and rinse out the cloth and hang it to dry. My skin has responded remarkably. Pores are smaller, my skin is soft and clean and glowing with no hint of dryness or irritation. I’ve had oily skin all my life and with the cloth there’s no trace of oiliness after washing, just supple skin. 

I’m loving the simplicity of this cloth, and the other Norwex products that I’m using. Less chemicals does indeed mean higher quality of life for me. And I’m saving money because I’m not purchasing a variety of cleaning products. What a beautiful win/win. As I tuck my tired self into bed, it’s one more thing to be grateful for. 

 One tired but happy journeyer.  

If you want to know more about this wonderful company go to:

Rachel Mayfield Norwex Consultant