Removing Sunless Tanning Stains from Skin

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This is a page about removing sunless tanning stains from skin. Sometimes you get this tanning dye where you don't want it, and it can be a challenge to remove.


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To avoid orange palms after fake tanning, rub a little toothpaste into you hands then rinse it off.

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April 23, 2009

Can you remove Sunless Tanning product stains from the face area, in one day?

Ana from NY


Removing Sunless Tanning Stains from Face

VERY CAREFULLY, try washing your face with a magic eraser sold in any cleaning isle in the supermarket. I used it on my ankle and knees and it worked great, however the package does say "NOT TO USE ON SKIN, MAY CAUSE IRRITATION".


Editor's Note: Please do not use Magic Erasers on your skin. People have reported burning and blisters, especially the delicate skin near your face. (12/10/2007)

By Lisa

Removing Sunless Tanning Stains from Face

If you can't remove the stains from your face, you might have to cover them up for a while with some liquid make-up and face powder. (12/10/2007)

By Marjorie

Removing Sunless Tanning Stains from Face

What about using baking soda or any exfoliating scrub? (12/11/2007)

By lindajeang

Removing Sunless Tanning Stains from Face

Lemon juice and salt -lots of it- mixed with a little bit of moisturizer. Scrub, scrub, scrub. Tip from J-lo on The Wedding Planner (12/11/2007)

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