Shaykh Abdul-Rahman Reasat advises on how to deal with skin conditions in relation to purification and prayer.
Assalam alaykum wa rahmat Allah wa barakatuh
I have these white things in my face which are similar to pus but they are dry. Also they are really small, so you can only see them when you look really close. After wudu, they are on the surface of my skin, meaning that when I wash my face they come out of the skin, because they aren’t firm in the skin. They move away as soon as you touch them. Therefore I don’t know if I should repeat wudu. But even if I repeat, they sometimes come out again because they are so sensible. I have very light acne. Maybe that will help you to see what I mean.
Wa alaykum assaalam wa rahmat Allah wa barakatuh.
I pray you are well.
The white things you describe do not break your wudu. Wudu is nullified is situations similar to yours by an impurity exiting the body and then flowing from its point of exit by itself. Making it move by squeezing the area, or wiping it does not invalidate one’s wudu if it would not have moved itself. (Maydani, al-Lubab).
Please consider taking a course on the rulings related to purity and prayer. You’ll find that studying a proper text with a teacher answers most of your questions, as well as many other which may not have come to mind.
May Allah grant you the best of both worlds.
Checked and approved by Shaykh Faraz Rabbani.