Yes. I’ve been taking dry showers (for hair) for years. I don’t know if I’m doing it right but I hope so. For hair: I take a little bit of powder on my hands, rub my hands together. I rub it all over my hair as if shampoo. I do it a few more times with a few more very thin bits of powder. Then I pull it all out with a towel. I rub my hair around as if I was drying it, pulling the powder with the oil and dirt off. Seems to work. For Body: …. I can wash my feet and hands ok with soap and water. I like a “waterless body wash” they have in the pharmacy that uses only a little water. Still, Legs: are a disaster. Every nerve screams after I’m done. No moisturizer works. I can treat myself like a burn victim and carefully wrap a towel around and just hold it there for 20 minutes and MAYBE it would scream as badly. so I don’t wash my legs unless I must. Arms and check and back … I just hope for the best.

Yes. I’ve been taking dry showers (for hair) for years. I don’t know if I’m doing it right but I hope so.

For hair:
I take a little bit of powder on my hands, rub my hands together. I rub it all over my hair as if shampoo. I do it a few more times with a few more very thin bits of powder. Then I pull it all out with a towel. I rub my hair around as if I was drying it, pulling the powder with the oil and dirt off.

Seems to work.

For Body:
….
I can wash my feet and hands ok with soap and water. I like a “waterless body wash” they have in the pharmacy that uses only a little water.

Still, Legs: are a disaster. Every nerve screams after I’m done. No moisturizer works. I can treat myself like a burn victim and carefully wrap a towel around and just hold it there for 20 minutes and MAYBE it would scream as badly.

so I don’t wash my legs unless I must.

Arms and chest and back … I just hope for the best. T-shirts while I wear them and air whenever I can. For Smelly parts I do what I can.

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