What does "wet" in "a warm， wet face washer" mean?
Does it mean you need to use water with the face washer?
The following is the context.
Soak a clean face washer in milk and apply it to your skin. (Milk contains alpha-hydroxy acids.) Full-fat yogurt is another option: whisk together 1/4 cup natural yogurt and 1 tablespoon runny honey， then smooth a thick layer over skin. Leave for 15 minutes before wiping off with a warm， wet face washer. The yogurt smooths the skin， while the honey has a humectant effect， meaning it helps to hold moisture in the skin.
When I googled, I found "dry face washers" too.
But I don't know exactly what kinds of face washers they are.
I think they mean a face-cloth or a sponge - something that you moisten before wiping your face.
I agree with Anglika! Grab a face-cloth or a sponge and apply the tasty goop to your face!
Essentially, I do the same thing each day with a mixture of beer, potato chips, and onion dip! My skin quality doesn't improve but it sure makes watching football games more enjoyable!
Be sure to send us all some 'before' and 'after' pictures of your treatment!
So..."a warm， wet face washer" could be a steamed face-cloth or a sponge! That makes sense.
Thank you very much!!
(Amigos4, your treatment sounds interesting.)