If you are dying your hair at home, I’m sure that you already know how difficult is to remove hair dye from skin. No matter how good you are at job, you will end staining your hands or skin with hair dye. And it takes a lot of scrubbing and rubbing to remove it, leaving your skin with a reddish aspect. I bet you don’t want this to happen!
Hair dye stains are hard to remove from your skin if you don’t know a few tricks. Fortunately, we’re here to save you and tell you exactly what to do if you stained your skin with hair dye!
Cleanse the skin with baking soda
Mix 2 teaspoons of baking soda with 2 teaspoons of dish detergent. Mix well until the 2 ingredients are completely combined. This method works because baking soda has an abrasive effect and eliminates dead cells, and the dish detergent attracts hair dye molecules, removing stains on the skin.
Apply this mixture on the affected areas with a cleansing pad, and massage gently with circular motions for 30-90 seconds. Rinse the area with lukewarm water, and if the hair dye stains won’t go, apply the mixture again.