Washing without soap

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I've seen a lot of people saying this online and saying their skin is better than ever and they are saving money on products. They say it's necessary to scrub your skin first while its dry then step into the shower and that's basically it. You can add oil while your skin is wet and that's all there is to it, do you think it's ok to do this?
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thats litterally soap

althugh i guess that might be a tad better in some ways, but has a few disadvantages
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My skin gets oily if I wash without soap but I'm sure it works for some.
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(Original post by SHADOW_SCRIPT)
thats litterally soap

althugh i guess that might be a tad better in some ways, but has a few disadvantages
what are the disadvantages?
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bacteria, etc.
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