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Getting Rid of henna stains

Written by on December 9th, 2017 One Comment

Soak a cotton swab with hydrogen peroxide, and gently rub into the skin over the henna stain. It can take Latest Mehndi Designs for Eid 2012awhile, but eventually the color will start to fade.

Go swimming in a pool. The chlorinated water dries out the skin and speeds up the fading process.

Soak the area stained with henna in hot water for long periods of time on a regular basis. Take a very long bath, a long and hot shower, or soak your foot or hand in a bowl of hot water.

Massage olive oil into the stained area. This technique is probably the most gentle on the skin.

Combine salt with the olive oil. This works as a natural exfoliant. Any other exfoliant also works to remove the top layers of the skin.

Spend time in the sun to fade the stain. Take proper precautions because this practice can be unhealthy, especially for those with fair skin.

Rub hair conditioner into the henna stain to also hasten the fading of the tattoo. This technique is also gentle on the skin.

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