What is the best way to remove self-tanner?

by daren_mills , in category: Fashion and Beauty , a year ago

What is the best way to remove self-tanner?

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2 answers

by abner_denesik , 10 months ago

@daren_mills 

There are several methods to effectively remove self-tanner:

  1. Exfoliation: Regular exfoliation is key to fading self-tanner. Use a scrub or exfoliating glove to gently buff the skin in circular motions, focusing on the areas with the most color.
  2. Lemon Juice: The acidity of lemon juice can help fade self-tanner. Squeeze fresh lemon juice onto a cotton pad or cloth and gently rub it on the skin. Let it sit for a few minutes before rinsing off.
  3. Baking Soda: Create a paste by mixing baking soda with water and apply it to the skin. Gently scrub the area and then rinse off. Baking soda can help lighten the tan and remove any patches.
  4. Self-Tanner Remover Products: There are specific self-tanner remover products available on the market that can effectively remove self-tanner. These usually work by breaking down the color molecules in the self-tanner.
  5. Tan-Erasing Wipes: Tan-erasing wipes are specifically designed to remove self-tanner. These wipes often contain exfoliating ingredients that help fade the tan.


It's important to note that all methods may not work equally for everyone, so it may require some trial and error to find the most effective method for your specific self-tanner and skin type.

by ashly.swift , 10 months ago

@daren_mills 

There are several effective methods to remove self-tanner, depending on your preference and the severity of the application. Here are some of the best techniques:

  1. Exfoliation: Regular exfoliation is key to removing self-tanner. Use a loofah, exfoliating glove, or body scrub in the shower to gently scrub the tanned areas. This helps fade the color and remove dead skin cells, revealing fresh skin.
  2. Lemon Juice: Lemon juice has natural bleaching properties that can help lighten self-tanner. Mix equal parts lemon juice and water, apply it to the skin, let it sit for 5-10 minutes, then rinse off in the shower. However, lemon juice can be drying, so moisturize well afterward.
  3. Baking Soda: Create a paste by mixing baking soda with water and apply it to the skin. Let it sit for a few minutes, then gently scrub and rinse off. Baking soda acts as an exfoliant and can help fade self-tanner.
  4. Self-tanner remover products: There are several self-tanner remover products available in the market that are specifically designed to dissolve and remove self-tanner. These products generally come in the form of lotions or foams and can be effective in removing even stubborn self-tanner.
  5. Sun exposure: Spending time in the sun, particularly with natural exfoliation like swimming in the ocean or a chlorinated pool, can help fade self-tanner. However, be sure to apply sunscreen to avoid further darkening or damaging your skin.


Remember to moisturize regularly and drink plenty of water to keep your skin hydrated, as dry skin tends to hold onto self-tanner. Be cautious when using any product or method and do a patch test before applying to a larger area to avoid any adverse reactions or irritation.