How to Remove Dye from Your Hands

We’ve all been there! Even though we recommend using gloves when handling dye, we understand it’s human nature to not always follow every direction.

Important Notes

Instructions

Ideally, the dye should go away if you take a hot shower and use regular bath soap.

For a quick fix, you can mix sugar with hand lotion or use a body scrub to exfoliate it off.

If you still have some dye left on your hands and want it off immediately, then you could apply a cleanser (such as Comet) on a brush with a little water. A second wash in clean soapy water will ensure that no cleanser remains on your hands to dry or damage your skin.

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