5 tips for removing self-tanner stains

1 / Scrubs

It’s the easiest way to get rid of self-tanning traces. Use grain scrubs, peels or even a horsehair glove for even stronger action. Also remember to moisturize your skin well before and after each scrub to promote cell regeneration.

2 / Toothpaste

His whitening action also works on the skin. The right gesture: apply a little product on the areas to be lightened, leave on for a few minutes then rinse with clear water. Repeat the operation if necessary.

3 / Lemon juice

Soak a cotton pad or a small cloth with lemon juice to rub the area to be treated more easily. You can also mix a little lemon juice with baking soda or with an exfoliation to create an even more effective lightening exfoliating paste.

4 / Micellar water

This ultra-efficient makeup remover can also be of great help in removing traces of self-tanner. To boost its action, apply it on previously hydrated and exfoliated skin and leave it on the skin for a few minutes before rinsing it off.

5 / depilatory cream

The chemical action of the depilatory cream also acts on the dead cells present on the surface of the epidermis. By letting the product sit, you therefore achieve a very gentle exfoliation and lighten your skin slightly.

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We show you how to properly apply your self-tanner on your legs in this video:

HOW TO FIX SELF-TANNING DISASTER | Tip Tuesday #54 (May 2020)

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