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Old Posted: 14-03-2010 , 03:07 PM #1
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My cousin just rang me in a panic. She put fake tan on last night and this morning her hands are orange. Has anybody any idea how to get the colour off your hands!!!!
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Old Posted: 14-03-2010 , 03:16 PM #2
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has she tried lemo juice?
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Old Posted: 14-03-2010 , 03:46 PM #3
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She has tried lemon juice but it hasnt worked...
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Old Posted: 14-03-2010 , 03:53 PM #4
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Nail polish remover or head and shoulders shampoo
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Old Posted: 14-03-2010 , 04:09 PM #5
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Try rubbing baking soda on damp hands.
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Old Posted: 14-03-2010 , 04:17 PM #6
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thanks for those tips guys will pass them on...
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Old Posted: 14-03-2010 , 04:46 PM #7
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toothpaste works to
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Old Posted: 14-03-2010 , 04:51 PM #8
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Washing powder is great for this kind of stain. It's very hard on the hands but better than brown hands! It's a stain remover and the texture helps exfoliate the hands
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Old Posted: 14-03-2010 , 05:18 PM #9
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Babywipes are great to remove the tan from your hands. My daughter uses them all the time.
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Old Posted: 14-03-2010 , 05:21 PM #10
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or even shaveingfoam
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Old Posted: 14-03-2010 , 06:51 PM #11
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Very harsh but cif works if its an absolute emergency!
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Old Posted: 14-03-2010 , 10:11 PM #12
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Default Help with fake tan-stained hand

Try Swarfega. Its supposed to be strong stuff.
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