Keep in mind that not everyone is the same.
I have extremely sensitive skin (in fact, even as I type I am battling yet another skin infection that arose from my eczema) and it’s also become very dry. Quite some time ago I went to a dermatologist to help me deal with my problem skin. He suggested to me that I take a bath (not shower - full immersion bath) no more often than once a week, and that even showering every day wasn’t a good idea for me. (I do, of course, wash the “stinky parts” daily, armpits and such). Since I’ve cut back on the bathing I have had much less problem with my skin. That said, in the summer if I’m sweaty from working outside all day I’ll take a quick shower to get dirt and sweat off, but that’s the only time I shower daily.
That’s me. FOR YOU daily bathing might be OK or even advisable. What you use for soap/cleanser, how long you shower, how hot the water is, how oily your skin is, how often/much you sweat, how dirty/dusty you get… those are all factors to consider.
If you’re really concerned you can make an appointment with a dermatologist to ask specifically what is best for your skin. Or you can experiment and see what works best for you.
If you’re showering twice a day… well, that’s more than usual but if you’re not having dry skin problems or rashes or other issues then I wouldn’t worry about it too much. Human skin is pretty tough (except for maybe in my case) and will tolerate a wide range of hygiene.