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How To Remove Semi-Permanent Hair Dye From Skin

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Alcohol (Over 18’s only!)

Dab a small amount of alcohol on a piece of cotton wool and rub around the hairline or hands. After the dye has cleared from the skin, wash it off with soap and water. However, alcohol can dry your skin out, so use it sparingly and ensure you wash it off after use.

Toothpaste

Grab a bowl and mix together toothpaste, soap, and water. Once you form a paste, dab with a cotton bud and apply to the stained area around the hairline or on your hands. We suggest using a non-gel toothpaste for this. Leave the paste on the area for 5 minutes and then wash the skin with water and soap to avoid any dry patches of skin. You may need to do this more than once to completely remove the stain.

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Bicarbonate of soda

Dig out some bicarbonate of soda from your baking cupboard and mix together with soap. Gently apply this solution to the skin using a cotton bud. This tip works as the bicarbonate of soda will exfoliate the area while the soap removes the hair dye from your skin.

Make Up Remover

If you don’t already have this at home, you’ll be able to pick it up from your local pharmacy or supermarket. Make up remover is a good option as it will be light on your skin and won’t cause too much dryness. We recommend applying the product to a cotton bud and gently rubbing the area to remove the hair dye stain.

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